The Tepper School of Business provides the opportunity for companies to meet with students to present corporate information and background, available positions, geographic locations and opportunities to engage students in networking.
In our experience, the most successful corporate presentations are those that utilize a team approach. Students are eager to meet and hear from senior members of the management team, but they are also interested in relevant information from recent graduates, particularly alumni. During the past year, we hosted over 100 corporate recruiting events for students. These forums are the most popular recruiting method for the initial introduction between our students and employers.
The Tepper School of Business provides various options for companies and students to participate in corporate presentations. All corporate presentations are held in classrooms that are fully A/V equipped.
1. Schedule a date
Contact the Recruiting Manager at 412.268.1311 to request a presentation date. If requesting an interview date, the Recruiting Manager will ask if you would like to reserve a presentation date.
2. Complete the Corporate Presentation Information
Complete the Corporate Presentation Form. Once submitted, your event is confirmed.
3. Confirm catering arrangements:
We ask that companies handle all catering arrangements directly with local caterers. You will be billed directly by the vendors. Students are asked to register for corporate presentations, and the RSVPs will be available two working days prior to your visit.
4. Make parking arrangements
Please call 412.268.2278 at least three weeks prior to the event to arrange parking.
5. Mail presentation materials
Company presentation materials should be mailed at least two weeks before the event to:
Attn: Corp. Presentation Coordinator
Tepper School of Business
Career Opportunities Center
Posner Hall, Suite 149
5000 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
“Hosting a corporate presentation is a great way for companies to connect with Tepper students. It serves as an effective tool for recruiters to share information about their companies’ recruiting needs, culture and values.”