Real Estate Pro Gains Competence, Confidence and Connections

Meet Chinu Randhawa, Evening MBA Class of 2015

Chinu Randhawa, employed in real estate, had reached a plateau and decided to pursue further education as a way to explore options in her current field or other fields. When she enrolled in the Foster Evening MBA Program, she found an instant network among her classmates – active professionals with diverse career backgrounds. She also benefited from participation in Foster’s MBA Mentor Program. In her second year, she connected with a mentor who had changed careers several times and had applied her talents successfully in several industries. Entering the second half of her program, Chinu says the program delivered on its promise to supply her with “the three C’s”: competence, confidence and connections – a great foundation for the next stage of her career.

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2 Responses

  1. Enjoyed the video. We have realtors who come from different backgrounds and vocations and encourage continuing education. In addition, we are constructing an outreach program for existing students of all ages who are interested in real estate.

  2. Alana

    Well spoken. It’s nice to hear from the faces at Foster about the various different challenges students face coming from a variety of backgrounds.

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