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Recruiters should submit date requests for interviews and events in the 2016–17 season through COIN.
COIN is also where employers enter job descriptions, collect RSVPs and applications, view résumés, select candidates, and view on-campus schedules. It is also where they post jobs for just-in-time hiring.
Interview date requests received by 9 a.m. ET on April 11, 2016, will be given first priority. Every effort will be made to confirm dates by April 18, 2016.
Requests received after 9 a.m. ET on April 11, 2016, will be processed after April 18 in the order they were received.
Corporate presentation dates may be requested at the same time an employer requests interview dates but will not be confirmed until interview dates have been finalized.
No preference is given to early request submissions.
- Request on-campus recruiting dates & presentations
- View and manage your on-campus recruiting schedules
- Invite students
- Enter and manage job descriptions
- Manage company presentation details
- Manage company contact information
- Post off-campus jobs for MBA Students, Executive MBA Students, and Columbia Business School Alumni
- Collect resumes for off-campus job postings
Corporate presentation dates may be requested at the same time an employer requests interview dates, but will not be confirmed until interview dates have been finalized.
Companies utilizing open/bid schedules have found it a beneficial way to discover quality candidates who were not otherwise identified. The CMC encourages firms to hold open or partially open schedules to allow students interested in the firm to bid on interview slots. Contact your account manager to learn more about the open/bidding process.
The School may make exceptions to these policies for international offices after considering the academic calendar.
Firms outside the United States should not disrupt final exams by scheduling interviews from December 14–23, 2016. Firms may not hold first-round interviews before December 1, 2016.
International recruiters with global travel schedules who wish to hold callback interviews immediately following their on-campus first-round interviews should schedule those first-round interviews no earlier than October 19, 2016, for full-time recruiting or January 10, 2017, for internship recruiting. Offers for internships may not be extended until January 13, 2017 and must remain open and unchanged until at least February 17, 2017, or two weeks, whichever is later.
Firms that need to request an exception to this policy should notify the CMC as soon as possible for full evaluation of feasibility.