Companies want graduates who are ready and productive from day one. With a reputation for innovation, globalization, entrepreneurship, and being technology-centered, the Jenkins MBA program is highly sought out by recruiters.
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Discover what makes our students unlike any other. Opening your doors to an MBA student can provide significant value to your company. Not only are our students equipped to tackle real-world business problems, but this is also an opportunity for you to engage with your future employees. The practical experience our students gain ensure that they can transition seamlessly into any company.
Whether you’re recruiting for internships or full-time positions, or you’re seeking a student team to work on a custom project, we can connect you with the talent you need.
Meet Our Students
Our students come from all walks of life and enter the program with a variety of interests and career experience. Visit the Class Profile page to discover more about the current group of thinkers and doers.
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Are you looking for your new product manager or technology lab specialist? The Poole College of Management Career Center is your resource for discovering our brightest student leaders.
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Strong partnerships with the best minds in the industry are the key to our success. We welcome companies, firms, and individuals whose expertise can enhance our students’ learning experience and whose challenges we can help solve.
Poets & Quants Profiles Jenkins MBA
Since its founding in 2002, the Jenkins MBA program has been successful at catching the attention of recruiters from top companies and firms. The U.S. News and World Report released a survey where recruiters ranked the Jenkins at an impressive 33rd place finish, while the U.S. News’ itself ranked the school at 88th. This article reveals the reason behind this gap, shedding light on the distinction that appeals to recruiters at IBM, Cisco, Quintiles, and other top companies.
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