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The Career Management Center participates in many interview forums and career fairs throughout the year. Many of these events are an excellent way for our employer partners to identify and interview candidates from a variety of top programs at one time. Companies participating in an interview forum will have the opportunity to engage in formal interviewing with pre-selected candidates, without the time and expense of traveling to each of the schools individually. Please see below for more information and contact email@example.com or your Corporate Account Manager to inquire about registration.
Carolina MBA Connection
The Carolina MBA Connection Career Fair occurs annually in late February or early March. Duke partners with the MBA programs from UNC's Kenan-Flagler Business School, Wake Forest University's Babcock Graduate School of Management, and NC State University's Jenkins Graduate School of Management for the Carolina MBA Connection career fair. First- and second-year fulltime and executive MBA students attend and are interested in summer internships or fulltime employment.
Southeastern MBA Schools Interview Forum
SEMBASIF is a partnership of six top-tier southeastern MBA programs and occurs annually in late March. Hosted in Atlanta, GA, the event allows employers to formally interview pre-selected candidates without the time and expense of traveling to each of the six schools individually.
The Day in the Bay: West Coast Interview Forum
The Day in the Bay: West Coast Interview Forum takes place in the San Francisco, CA, bay area each year. Attendees include students from Fuqua and other top-tier MBA programs based in the eastern U.S. The event provides employers on the West Coast the opportunity to connect and interview students whose career search is geographically focused on the West Coast.
Just-In-Time Career Fair
The Just-in-Time Career Fair is a great opportunity to identify candidates for the most pressing fulltime openings. This fair provides access to a candidate pool comprised of Duke University's best and brightest seniors and graduate students who possess the wide variety of functional skill sets, academic preparation, and professional experiences necessary to meet many employers' recruiting needs.
Employers interested in participating in one or more of these career fairs or interview forum, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or your Corporate Account Manager.
If your recruiting interests go beyond business needs, we can connect you to our counterparts across Duke.
Duke Career Fair
Duke University's annual career fair attracts companies across all industries including, but not limited to, business, technology, engineering, education, and government. The career fair provides an opportunity for employers, students, and Career Center staff to meet and discuss companies, career opportunities, and effective recruiting strategies. By participating in the fair, employers will gain exposure to graduate and undergraduate students across all majors.
The two-part event, hosted by Duke's Pratt School of Engineering, the Department of Computer Science, and the Career Center, consists of a moderated panel discussion with technology industry leaders, including a question and answer period for students to inquire about tips and techniques for searching, interviewing, and choosing a job. Following the panel discussion, there will be a networking reception.
Nonprofit and Government Fair
This event is hosted by Duke Career Center in collaboration with Duke Engage, Duke Center for International Development, and Sanford School of Public Policy.
North Carolina Master's and PhD Consortium
The North Carolina Master's & PhD Consortium invites employers of persons with advanced knowledge and expertise to an information exchange and recruiting forum unmatched in this region. Advanced degree candidates in all disciplines are showcased — the biomedical and basic sciences, engineering, social sciences and humanities. The event is a collaboration between the career services of six central North Carolina universities. Participating employers can expect up to 350 master's and doctoral degree candidates and postdoctoral fellows. Most attendees will complete their advanced studies or postdoctoral research within 1 or 2 years.
Career & Summer Opportunities Fair
The Career & Summer Opportunities Fair, held on Duke's campus in the Bryan Student Center, is targeted to undergraduate and graduate students interested in internship positions, as well as fulltime employment opportunities. This fair attracts employers from all industries and students from all majors (excluding MBA) and is a great way for employers to meet, recruit, and network with a large number of students.
For more information on these Duke Career Fair opportunities or to register to attend, please contact the Duke University Career Center.