Our strong partnerships with the best minds in the industry are the distinguishing factor that sets the Jenkins MBA program apart. We welcome companies, businesses, and individuals whose expertise can enhance our students’ learning experience, and whose challenges we can help tackle with actionable solutions.
Team Up to Solve Challenges
The experiential education afforded through a Jenkins MBA is made possible through mutually beneficial relationships with organizations like yours. Students and faculty work hand-in-hand with hundreds of corporate, public accounting, government, and nonprofit partners to find solutions to real business challenges and facilitate learning.
Our coursework involves sharing research and applied experience both in and out of the classroom. If your company would like to provide projects, site visits, or shadowing experiences for students, we want to work with you.
Our accessible faculty and Career Management Center (CMC) are excellent resources for connecting with our talent pool. Please talk with us about sponsoring, hosting or attending student and alumni networking and career development events, or to mentor students from our program.
Our goal is to help you recruit the best talent by providing you with direct access to the student body. Through corporate sponsorship, you can expose your brand and leadership to a new audience of over 700 MBA students. Download the event details and descriptions of the NC State Jenkins MBA Sponsorships 2020 /21 opportunities here.
Facts and Rankings
Our high-tech, hands-on approach is turning heads – both in the academic field and global marketplace. Please take a look at some of the facts and rankings that set us apart.
Poole College of Management Career Center
The Poole College of Management Career Center (CMC) connects students and business leaders through education, resources, and coaching around leadership development, and engagement opportunities. With panels, industry insight events, mock interviews, and recruiting engagements, it’s easy for you to build relationships with Jenkins MBA students.
Ways to Engage:
Students are always eager to attend panel discussions and thus we’re always looking for corporate partners to sit on our panels. A CMC staff person moderates panels and host subject matter experts from throughout the business industry to discuss specific topic areas. Following the discussion, students have time to ask additional questions and network with panelists. Your organization can also create and offer a panel discussion that you moderate. Discuss your preferred panel discussion with our Employer Relations Manager. Simply complete the Engagement Opportunity form and we will contact you to determine all the details.
Industry Insights Events
Unlike panels, industry Insights events have multiples industries and functions represented in one space. Students rotate through tables around a room to explore career paths and to speak with corporate professionals like you!
Interviewing is like any other skill – the more you practice, the better you get! You will have an opportunity to partner with the CMC to offer real-life interview practice to students in a supportive environment. Students will receive constructive feedback to hone their interviewing skills and have a chance to ask questions to real recruiters.
Recruit our Students
We invite you to meet our students at the next networking event. Not only is this an opportunity to recruit Jenkins MBA students, it will also allow you to get to know them. What may start as a casual conversation over coffee could lead to an internship or even employment.
Our 2020 Career and Internship Fair is scheduled to be held September 24th and 25th and will be virtual this year using Career Fair Plus. The Career Fair Plus platform provides your recruiting team with various ways to connect with our top Think and Do MBA candidates to create an amazing networking / recruiting experience. Send an email to Connie Fowler at firstname.lastname@example.org participate in our Virtual Career Fair.
A virtual Coffee Chat opportunity is a casual way for employers to meet and get to know potential candidates in a more relaxed setting. Typically, Coffee Chat are scheduled for one hour and 15 minutes. Students register to attend. A CMC staff member will ask the employer representative a variety of organizational related questions and offer students the opportunity to ask questions. Routinely, a Q&A segment is offered toward the conclusion of the engagement. If you would like to offer a virtual coffee chat please complete the Engagement Opportunity form on this page and we will contact you to determine and set all the details.
This is an open forum for students to drop in and chat with employers. Office Hours are typically open for two-hour blocks and students simply drop in during the specific time block. If you would like to offer Office Hours, please complete the Engagement Opportunity form on this page and we will contact you to determine all the details.
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