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Edward Y. Yu

Senior Director, Investment Banking Careers
Unit: Darden School of Business
Department: Darden Graduate School of Business
Office location and address
CDC 63A
100 Darden Blvd
Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
Biography

Ed Yu joined Darden's Career Development Center in 2005 and was promoted to his current position in 2011. 

As associate director of Career Education and Advising, Ed teaches Darden's Second Year Coaching course and acts as a career advisor to students interested in corporate finance, investment banking and sales & trading. He serves as club liaison to Darden's Finance and Turnaround & Restructuring clubs, working to coordinate career development activities and company outreach. 

Ed received a B.A. in Economics and Asian History Studies from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the University of Chicago's Booth School of Business. Prior to joining Darden, he spent his corporate career on Wall Street, where he worked in the financial services and investment banking industries, in functions including sales and trading, mergers and acquisitions and corporate finance. Ed also served as the Assistant Director of Career Education and Advising at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business. 

GBUS 8443: Second-Year Coaching and Career Development
This course gives second-year students an opportunity to learn the theory of effective mentoring and career coaching in the workplace and to apply it to real-life, professional-level discussions with first-year students in the MBA Career Development process. The course will prepare students to successfully meet the challenges of providing career counseling and direction to others for achieving superior performance in the workplace. Second-year coaches will study, practice, and reflect upon all aspects of coaching, mentoring, and counseling that fall within the scope of managerial responsibilities common to MBAs at various leadership levels. The course, which runs from August through March, will begin in a classroom setting where the theoretical aspects of coaching will be introduced and explored. Subsequent training sessions will be interspersed with hands-on application of the concepts with assigned first-year students. Throughout the course, direction and oversight will be provided by Career Development Center consultants both individually and in small groups with other coaches.
GBUS 8500: Special Topics Seminar
Credits: 2–3
Each seminar is a course of study for students with special interests in business administration topics not currently included in the normal course offerings of the MBA Program. The seminar topics should be consistent with the objectives of the Second Year Program.