The Georgetown University McDonough School of Business Rafik B. Hariri Building provides 179,000 square feet for teaching, learning, and interaction. The facility offers students and recruiters access to lecture spaces for events and presentations, 11 interview rooms, wireless internet, and a Recruiters’ Lounge in the MBA Career Center.
To maximize their brand on campus, top hiring employers take a multi-faceted approach when engaging with our MBA students. Strategizing strong student-employer relationship building can take place in a variety of ways. We have highlighted several options for engagement below:
The Georgetown McDonough School of Business offers a diverse range of student organizations with professional and interest-oriented missions. The MBA Career Center can connect your organization with appropriate student groups to facilitate participation in student-led events, including Career Days and Career Treks.
For a more personalized and tailored on-campus presence, employers have the option of hosting student-facing events. These often take the form of information sessions, case competitions, workshops, networking receptions, and more. We encourage you to work with the MBA Career Center to plan and promote an event that supports targeted student engagement while aligning with your hiring goals. Submit an event request in our recruiting database, Georgetown MBA Career Connection.
Career Days are informational, “day in the life” events with a specific industry or functional focus, including Marketing, Healthcare, Finance, Consulting, Entrepreneurship, Operations, and Energy. Employers who participate in Career Days have the opportunity to represent their organization as a key industry player and introduce students to new career paths and opportunities in their field. Co-organized by the Student Organizations and Industry Practice Leaders, Career Days typically are scheduled on Fridays during the fall semester. Alumni and recruiters can participate through panels, keynotes, roundtable discussions, or networking receptions. To get involved, contact an Industry Practice Leader.
The MBA Career Center can collaborate with your organization to plan student visits to your employment site. Treks offer a unique supplement to the traditional on-campus information session, allowing you to directly showcase your workplace culture to a targeted group of inspired MBAs. Treks have brought groups of 10 to 100 students to employer destinations including New York, London, San Francisco, Tokyo, Boston, Hong Kong, Washington, D.C., and more. Advantages of hosting a trek include: