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. Companies may discuss employment opportunities for no longer than 5 minutes at the end of the event.
Note: Companies are allowed to participate in up to three club events per quarter. For more detailed information on club events and sponsorship, please contact individual clubs or Corporate Partnerships directly.
The Kellogg School of Management hosts several student-led conferences each year. The conferences bring business leaders from around the world to the Kellogg School campus. If your company is interested in getting involved with a conference, please contact Corporate Partnerships.
On-site company visits by small student groups with specific industry interests.
Treks are a great way to showcase a company’s environment and culture and are a particularly good opportunity for companies who are unable to visit campus.
The CMC sponsors several educational events throughout the year that benefit from company participation. Examples of these opportunities include:
For more information on CMC sponsored events, please contact your Industry Relationship Manager.
Career panels: Career panels — which are function-specific and include alumni and corporate involvement — are generally held early in the fall quarter. Panels give your company a chance to expose students to the career options your company has to offer.
Resumania: Held in mid-October, these one-on-one student resume reviews allow students to get an industry expert’s opinion on their résumés.