For more information about on-campus recruiting, including driving directions, lodging information, and day-of-visit guidelines, please see our Guide to On-campus Recruiting Visits.
Even if they’re not an MBA graduate. Including alumni from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the recruiting process helps build an instant connection.
Once you initiate contact with students (on-campus, phone, or on-site), maintain regular communication, including anticipated decision timelines and status of the candidate.
Many of our students return from their internships with job offers, and some students never interview during their second year. If you don’t currently have an internship program, consider creating one to make sure you have access to all possible talent.
Each of our centers coordinates “Applied Learning” sessions, maintains an advisory board, and otherwise seeks to connect students with industry. Seek out opportunities related to the students you are recruiting to build your visibility.
The information in this report can help you make sure you are competitive with your offer. Please also respect our students by adhering to the job and internship offer guidelines set out by the MBA Career Management Center in terms of time given to students to weigh offers.