You can get to know our students in several ways:
Attend a Networking Event
Our MBA Career Management Center hosts networking events throughout the year to introduce recruiters, hiring managers, and other company representatives to our students and alumni. View upcoming networking events or contact us about attending one.
Host a Company Tour
We encourage you to host Terry MBAs for a tour at your company. These events provide excellent networking opportunities while allowing students to absorb company culture. To schedule a tour of your company, simply contact us.
Find Candidates Online
Filter our MBA candidate pool by class year and job target. You can view their background information and even connect directly with them on LinkedIn.
Conduct a Company Information Session
Build awareness of your brand by informing MBAs about your company, your industry, and potential roles for graduates and interns. Our campuses are equipped with virtual presentation capabilities so that you may simultaneously present to, and interact with, students of all our MBA programs. Email the MBA Career Management Center to schedule an information session.
Join or Sponsor an MBA Student Club Event
- Consulting Club
- Finance and Investment Club
- Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Club
- Graduate Business Association
- Graduate Marketing Association
- Graduate Women's Business Association
- Healthcare Club
- Net Impact
- Operations and Project Management Club
- Real Estate Club
- Risk Management
- Terry Toastmasters
Sponsor an MBA Project Team
Terry MBA teams have proven their value as innovators and problem solvers for an array of sectors and industries. We are always actively seeking corporate or organizational sponsors for projects. Learn more about sponsoring an MBA project for one of these courses:
Present in a Class
- A brief bio of the proposed speaker.
- A summary of the presentation topic.
- The appropriate course (or type of course).
We advise submitting your presentation proposal by July 1st or December 1st (1–2 months in advance of the start of the academic term) so faculty can consider your suggestion before finalizing the course syllabus.