Our Corporate Recruiting team and Career Coaches have a proven track record of developing productive relationships with recruiters that lead to great employment opportunities for students. We offer an array of engagement opportunities ranging from skill-building to interviewing for internships and full-time jobs. We have strong relationships with many of the world’s top companies, and our legendary alumni network offers support throughout your career development process.
Engagement opportunities include the following, among others:
Full-Time Recruiter Kickoff
The Kickoff is a high-energy “meet and greet” event that allows MBA students to interact with dozens of employers in an informal networking environment.
Internship Recruiter Showcase
The Showcase gives students the opportunity to learn about internship opportunities from recruiters and network with those recruiters following the round of company presentations.
Mendoza Alumni Network Forum
These are quarterly events hosted at Notre Dame’s Chicago campus, focused on bringing thought leaders in areas like finance and analytics together with alumni and current students.
Bay Area Trek
Each fall, MBA students visit a variety of companies in the San Francisco Bay Area. Companies recently visited include Salesforce, Cisco, Intel, Electronic Arts, SAP, Facebook, Zynga, and Google.
Wall Street Trek
Students interested in investment banking and corporate finance have the opportunity to travel to New York City and visit large financial institutions such as Citi, Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, JPMorgan, and more.
The "Day in the Bay" (San Francisco) and “Day by the Lake” (Chicago) interview forums are designed to connect hiring companies with MBA talent from Mendoza and 10 other leading MBA programs.
Students can learn more about a career in Finance, Consulting, Marketing, and/or General Management from Notre Dame alumni working in each industry.
Corporate Ambassadors Program (CAP)
The CAP team is comprised of MBA students who plan and execute trips to companies throughout the country in order to build stronger relationships between the MBA program and employers.