Information on ways to market your organization and on opportunities at Carey is listed below.
Organizations may schedule information sessions throughout the academic year to identify and meet interested candidates, market their organizations and available job or internship opportunities to our students and alumni, or simply increase their campus presence.
Information sessions may be scheduled at either our Baltimore or Washington DC campuses or at your place of business. Our office can arrange for AV equipment and recommend caterers for refreshments. Our policy is to open information sessions to all interested parties. To schedule your event, please contact our main office at 410-234-9270.
The Carey Business School is a co-sponsor of the MBA Career Quest, the largest MBA job and internship fair in the Mid-Atlantic region with more than 1,200 graduate business students and alumni in attendance. We participate with several other business schools in the region. The fair is an excellent opportunity to launch your fall recruiting season since it attracts top students from leading business schools in the Mid-Atlantic region.
Participating in one or more of the student-run clubs is an excellent opportunity for interaction with students. There are a variety of participation options such as volunteering to speak at a club event, sponsoring an activity, or hosting a visit at your location by club members. We can connect you with club leadership to determine the best approach.
This series of structured simulations throughout the year provide our students with opportunities to put in practice the career development skills they have developed. We welcome professionals who are willing to volunteer their time to lead a simulation. These exercises simulate experiences such as a phone interview, a board meeting, a confrontational interaction, a case interview, a performance review. etc.
By leading a simulation, you help our students prepare for their careers and you benefit from the opportunity to interact individually with our top candidates.
During a two-day summer conference scheduled before classes begin, students prepare for the upcoming recruitment cycle. Panels of employers and alumni are invited to provide up-to-date information about major industries, job functions, and trends in the business world.
To help our students become tech savvy and highly skilled at networking online, we have created a private network for our students, alumni, and employers to interact. As an an online presenter in our Company Intel Series, you have the opportunity to conduct an online discussion about your company and career path with the hundreds of students and alumni who have joined our network.
Our boot camp workshops are an intensive, day-long deep dive into a particular industry or function (e.g., consulting, finance, real estate). Volunteer to facilitate a segment of the day – from skill-building sessions (e.g., project management, presentation, client relationship skills), to case activity facilitation. Your expertise will assist our students in gaining a realistic picture of the skills and requirements of the job, and help them to “test out” a particular career.
Students often request an opportunity to visit companies to gain an understanding of how different organizations function. These visits, known as “Treks,” are arranged by students groups and clubs directly with a company representative. "Treks" typically involve a company presentation, facility tour, and an opportunity to meet key leaders. Please advise a Career Services represntative if you are interested in hosting a visit.
For more information on becoming a corporate sponsor, please contact Janna Greer in our Development office.