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Engage with Students

There are multiple ways for employers to engage with our bright students and recruit top talent:

Information Sessions

Hosting an on-campus recruiting event can be a great way to meet potential candidates in person and build company awareness among Portland State business students. We provide on-campus facilities for employers to host information sessions, free of charge. In these sessions, you can profile what it is like to work at your company, share what career paths you have available for current students or recent grads and communicate about your hiring processes and timelines. Most events include a 30 - 40 minute presentation and then time for questions, but we can help you customize the session to meet your needs. If you are interested, please contact us to schedule and event for business students.

On-Campus Interviews

Many employers choose to follow up information sessions with on-campus interviews. We have interview rooms available for this purpose through the Advising and Career Services office. Please contact us to schedule interview rooms.

Career Fairs

Another opportunity to connect with potential candidates is to attend a career fair. Again, this is a great way to build awareness of the opportunities that your company can offer students and recent graduates. There are a number of career fairs hosted on or near campus throughout the year. Some career fairs are specialized for specific audiences and others are open to all PSU students. Click here for information about upcoming career fairs hosted by the Portland State Advising and Career Services office. 

The Northwest MBA Career Conference on February 28, 2014 brings employers, students and alumni together from the region’s top business schools. If you are an employer, this is an opportunity to get your company noticed by students and recruit for open jobs and internships. Learn more or RSVP at

Mentor Programs

One of the many reasons students choose to attend Portland State University is the strong connection with the local business community.  As part of that community, we hope you will assist in making our mentor programs a successful way for students to experience that connection.  Both the undergraduate and graduate mentor programs are designed to provide an opportunity for students to gain clarity on their career goals and develop their own business network through a mentor relationship with a business professional. Click here to learn more about becoming a mentor.

Student Organizations

Many business students participate in university chapters of professional business organizations. These organizations can provide employers with valuable opportunities to target their outreach efforts to students in a specific area of study. Visit the student organization directory for contact information.

Business Projects

Every School of Business student completes a capstone consulting project in the final terms of the their program. Click here for more information on how to get your company involved.