Kellogg students are most compelled to engage with recruiters and strongly consider employment offers when recruiters build a meaningful, one-on-one relationships with students through direct communication. Students are also most attracted to strong employer brands – companies with a consistent value proposition and visibility into its values, culture and experiential opportunities.
The CMC and Kellogg faculty and staff have created diverse opportunities for alumni and recruitment partners to reach students year-round, beyond on-campus recruitment.
Student Club events and sponsorships are an excellent way to introduce your company to a targeted group of students. Some clubs host "Lunch and Learns" — educational events during which a company’s senior managers discuss significant business issues or cases in a Kellogg classroom, with an opportunity to discuss employment at the end of the event. Lunch and Learns offer compelling content for all students, not just job seekers.
To find out more about Kellogg student clubs and groups, please visit our List of Club Websites.
Treks provide a unique opportunity for both companies and students to engage and build a relationship in a real-world setting through a short-term experience.
Student-led treks are company visits in various industries around the U.S. to learn firsthand about a respective industry, business model or company.
Organizations interested in hosting students are welcome to reach out to the CMC.
Experiential learning is a collaboration among faculty members, students, alumni and corporate partners, exposing students to real-world business challenges. It also provides a unique opportunity for corporate partners to engage Kellogg students out of the classroom and help them gain a better understanding of your industry and organization.