For employers seeking the best and brightest graduate business students to hire for internships and full-time positions, the AGSM Career Development Center is the place to start you search. Based on feedback from past employers, we know that our students and alumni are results-oriented. With a global business mindset, they easily navigate diverse work environments, focus on problem solving and are adept at handling multiple assignments. UCR School of Business degree programs set our students up to hit the ground running, creating value for your team and business from day one.
Ways to Connect
|To recruit directly from the graduate business school student population, there are many ways to connect with our students and get involved.|
|Company Information Sessions|
|Give a presentation about your company, industry and available job opportunities while visiting the UCR School of Business. Can’t make the trip to Riverside? There may be opportunities to present virtually or host an interactive information sessions as well.|
|Do you prefer to interview graduate business students on-site? The CDC Team will work with you to create a customized interview schedule in the Anderson Complex.|
|A great way to spark students’ interest in a particular field, and specifically in your organization, is by participating in an Industry Panel. We periodically host informational panel discussions, featuring professionals from various companies in the same industry. This facilitator-led Q&A provides you the opportunity to educate, quell myths and answer questions that students may have.|
|AGSM students appreciate tours of various organizations for the opportunity to see different work environments, office cultures and professional atmospheres in-person. Your organization can work with the CDC team to host a group of students at your facility. Typical company tours consist of a brief welcome, a walk-through of the facilities and a brief presentation or Q&A by a recruiter or hiring manager to provide a company overview and discuss the hiring process, current openings and any other pertinent information. Employers usually see a significant increase in applications from students who attend a company tour.|