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Pam  Norris

Pam Norris

Associate Director
Department: Graduate Career Management

Office: 645 N Shaw Ln.

Telephone: 517-432-3681

Email: norris@broad.msu.edu



As an Associate Director in the MBA Career Services Center (CSC) at the Eli Broad Graduate School of Management, Pam Norris plays a strategic role in marketing the Broad MBA program and students to prospective employers. She is responsible for developing and maintaining corporate relationships, managing on-campus recruiting activities and the Annual MBA Career Exploration Conference. Pam is a Career Services representative on the MBA Admission Committee reviewing application materials, interviewing and recommending prospective students for admission into the program.

In addition to managing recruiter relationships, Pam works very closely with MBA candidates and is the primary contact for students who major in Human Resource Management and Supply Chain Management. She leads career planning and mock interviews, and assists students in developing MBA competitive resumes, cover letters and elevator pitches. Pam also develops strategic workshops on networking and negotiating to enhance students' competences and help them successfully manage their career.

Prior to joining the MBA CSC team, Pam worked at Pepsi Cola as a logistics manager. She received her Associate Degree in Human Resources from Lansing Community College and Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from Northwood University. In addition, Pam has achieved her PHR certification from the Society of Human Resource Management and is a certified resume writer earning her ACRW (Academy Certified Resume Writer) from the Resume Writing Academy.


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