The Darla Moore School of Business's Office of Career Management is hosting two virtual Business EXPO events this fall. The event is open to organizations who have full-time or internship opportunities available for business students.
More than 1,500 graduate and undergraduate students attended our Fall Business EXPO, and more than 125 employers participated.
This type of information session or reception is usually scheduled four to five weeks prior to on-campus interviews. The purpose is to introduce your available positions to targeted students determining both the candidates' qualifications and cultural fit. This is especially important in creating campus awareness if you have not previously recruited at the Moore School. Information sessions can be a live virtual event, a pre-recorded video, or a combination of the two.
These events are set up with a brief panel discussion followed by a networking session. They are designed to allow students to interact with employers from a variety of industries. Each event is focused on a specific industry, and students from all majors attend.
Our professors are very welcoming to industry professionals who visit their classrooms, and all of our classrooms are set up to allow you to visit virtually. Both graduate and undergraduate classes are able to accommodate live virtual presentations from employers.
We know it's not always feasible to schedule a visit to campus, so we invite you to post a job description, request a resume collection or complete a resume search to identify talented candidates for your positions. Through one-on-one conversations, we can answer questions regarding program content to assist you in your search.
For more information and to schedule a recruiting event, contact us at email@example.com.