Want to share your knowledge or provide real world experience for our students? Maybe you prefer to work behind the scenes to make a difference. There are so many ways you and your business can get involved with the Trulaske College of Business. How will you connect?
We believe that a world-class education in business and accounting must be current and relevant, informed by successful executives and entrepreneurs.
The college collaborates extensively with the business community to enrich the education of students. More than 200 executives visit the college each academic year on a volunteer basis to share their expertise and experience with students and faculty members.
Company Site Visits
These excursions, termed "Field-Trip Fridays" for undergraduates, and simply "Company Site Visits" for MBAs, are an opportunity for your company to host a student group for a day. This is a great way to share information about your company and help students prepare for the transition to the working world. It’s also an excellent way to meet Mizzou’s top talent.
This program engages Crosby MBA students with executives from your organization. These one-on-one relationships provide an excellent opportunity to observe potential candidates firsthand while building equity for your brand with the program.
Orientation Panel and Luncheon
Employers engage in a panel discussion followed by lunch with students. During the panel discussion, employers will respond to questions geared towards the job search, MBA skills desired by employers, and how students can make the most of their experience within the program.
Take a business issue to task with Crosby MBA students. They consult with multi-national companies on diverse topics and bring a fresh perspective to business topics.
Missouri Innovation Center supports the creation of new, high-growth ventures, particularly those with a technology component.
The Missouri Training Institute (MTI) provides professional development and training services to assist businesses and governmental agencies.
You seek well-rounded new employees and Mizzou's business students are driven, disciplined, and trained to be professionals. Business Career Services offers a range of services to connect students and employers for internships and full-time positions. The Professional Development Program prepares students for the rigors of internships.
You can post open positions and other opportunities on our secured online recruiting site. It offers both recruiters and students the convenience of an online resume resource in addition to electronic access to applications.
Each year, Mizzou’s Trulaske College of Business hosts the annual Fall Career Fair for more than 2,000 students seeking full-time and internship opportunities.
Each semester, you have the opportunity to interview students on campus for full-time and internship opportunities. We’ll provide professional recruitment facilities within state-of-the-art Cornell Hall, including 11 private interview suites.
The night before the career fair, employers join students for a professional networking event. Employers are encouraged to provide students with the opportunity to practice their networking skills and build relationships with key individuals within their organizations.
The Leadership Conference gives companies an opportunity to interact with students outside of an interview setting. The conference focuses on developing leadership skills with professional facilitation form corporate sponsors. The conference is open to employers and current University of Missouri, Trulaske College of Business students.
Master the Interview Workshop
An employer leads a presentation on how students can master the interview process. Various interview styles including behavior-based, case study, emotional intelligence, are shared along with sample questions. A PowerPoint presentation will be provided, if needed, and the employer will work closely with a Business Career Services staff member in providing training to students.
Mock Interview and Resume Review Day
Employers spend approximately 30 minutes with each student to either review individual resumes OR conduct mock interviews and provide verbal feedback. In addition, employers complete a brief written evaluation form to be shared with each student through the Business Career Services Office.