Amber Wu

Student Intern, Enterprise Risk Management

Amber Wu

Zihan Wu is a student intern at the Career Design Lab, and is currently pursuing a Master of Science in Enterprise Risk Management from Columbia University. She is also the Marketing Director of the Columbia Risk Management Club.

She graduated last year from University of California, San Diego with a Bachelor’s Degree in Mathematics and Economics. She is a problem-solver and team worker. She has taken part in several internships relating to consulting and wealth management.

She is originally from Beijing, China. She speaks Mandarin and English fluently. In her free time she enjoys traveling, photography, and sports of many kinds. She is a people’s person and really likes acquainting new people. She is also passionate about providing help for students to find their dream career path.

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How to Improve Your Executive Presence

In professional service industries such as management consulting, it’s important to have “executive presence” and continue to develop it. You won’t be able to grow your career without it.

Typically, executive presence refers to the way you present yourself—how you …

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The Fastest Growing Health Care Occupations in 2021 and Beyond

According to a May 2021 Bureau of Labor Statistics report, health care occupations will rise by 15% between 2019 and 2029. The report revealed that health care jobs are growing at a faster rate than any other industry. Approximately 2.4 …

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Alternative Health Care Careers for Those Who Need a Break from Patient Care ismagilov

The majority of healthcare workers go into their careers knowing that they’ll be working with people. For many, it’s the driving force behind their commitment. However, after years in the field, the unrelenting supply of challenging cases sometimes …

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Why Behavioral Interview Questions Provide More Insight for Healthcare Hiring

A revealing new trend in interviewing physicians, advanced practitioners, and nurses is a shift from the typical yes/no questions to those that offer more in-depth look into the candidate. Two main types of questions posed can uncover what motivates …

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