Career Development can assist you in setting up interviews for open career and internship positions at your site.
To Schedule Off-Campus Interviews
Submit your position information through Symplicity or send your position description and contact information to Career Development and we’ll post it for you. You’ll receive resumes via email as submitted or in a bundle at the end of the posting period selected by you.
We’ve made it easy for your company to efficiently select and interview the best UC Davis MBA candidates.
How To Schedule On-Campus Interviews
Contact Career Development to schedule your interview dates, keeping the following in mind:
Position Title and Description: Firms that provide detailed information about the available positions as well as some information about the company and division consistently receive the most vigorous response from students.
Type of Schedule:
Invite Only: Pre-select all of your interviewees based on a resume drop or other means.
Mixed: Pre-select some of your candidates and allow other interested students to sign-up for remaining slots. This ensures a balanced mix of students whose backgrounds fit your needs, as well as students who are very interested in the company.
Length of Interviews: Generally, firms choose to conduct 30 minute or 45 minute interviews. Some firms also opt for a rotating schedule which allows two interviewers to meet a single candidate in back-to-back interviews.
Company site tours are an excellent way to market your company’s product, services and culture to our students. Students welcome the opportunity to meet your company’s leadership and to learn more about industry trends and perspectives which affect your organization.
The GSM will assist with scheduling your company site tour and help arrange transportation for the students to tour your facility.
An effective presentation provides students with a strong sense of the objectives and career paths offered by your company. Because the UC Davis Graduate School of Management operates on a quarterly academic calendar, we strongly urge fall presentations that target both first-year and second-year students.
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