Business account manager program for Harvard Business School
Business account managers at Harvard Business school have a long and illustrious history.
From early days in the United States and the U.K., Harvard Business has offered its graduates a broad range of opportunities, ranging from management consulting and advisory services to corporate leadership and investment banking.
The Harvard Business account management program is designed to prepare students to fill a variety of roles, including managing accounts, managing accounts and managing customer relationships, among other roles.
For the first time, this program will offer a full-time, undergraduate business account manager degree, and its curriculum will focus on how to build a business with a customer’s best interests in mind, as well as how to make a living at it.
The curriculum includes a combination of hands-on learning, and will help students gain experience with customer and team relationships, as they begin to use their expertise to better serve customers and investors.
The account manager will work alongside a team of professional account managers, including account managers from both traditional and new businesses.
“The account manager role has been growing in importance at Harvard,” said David N. Sohn, president of the Harvard Business Association, which has been promoting the program.
“This program is the next step in providing the students with the experience and skills they need to succeed at Harvard and the country.
The program will provide a new way to learn how to manage your account and grow your career.”
Students who apply for the program will be evaluated by the Harvard Graduate School of Business’ Business Management program committee and selected to complete a three-month internship in the program, which starts in August.
Students who pass the exam will receive a degree in account management and will also be eligible to receive financial aid to help with tuition costs.
The degree is available to students who are currently working at an existing business and are interested in pursuing an internship with the Harvard account manager.
The internship will be designed to help students acquire the right knowledge, skills and experience to start and grow a business.
The student must be 18 years of age or older.
The full-year business account managers program will start in September 2018.
In the next few months, the Harvard program will expand its curriculum to include courses in finance, accounting, technology and leadership.
“We are excited to offer the new account manager internship at Harvard to help prepare students for the opportunities ahead,” said Sohn.
“By focusing on our students’ strengths, we can build a network of graduates ready to start new businesses.”
The program has a variety for those interested in entering the job market, including a two-year undergraduate program that includes a course in finance and an in-depth business account management course.
Students are also eligible to take a two or three-year certificate in business administration or accounting to gain a more advanced business account.
Business account owners at Harvard are also invited to attend a one-week course called The Business Account Manager: The Career Path and Job Search, designed to give them the skills to become business account owners.
“It’s an amazing opportunity for students who want to pursue an entrepreneurial career,” said N.C. Williams, dean of the Business School and former president of Harvard Business College.
“For business owners who are looking to gain entry into the financial services industry, the course will provide them with a comprehensive foundation for understanding and applying the business account business model.”
Students interested in applying for the internship should send an application to: Harvard Business Administration at [email protected].
To apply for an internship at the Business Account Management program, call 855-931-4333.
To register for an appointment, visit: www.businessaccountmanager.harvard.edu.
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