- Why Recruit Columbia MBAs?
- Who Can I Recruit?
- How Do I Recruit?
- Post a Job
- Résumé Databases
- On-Campus Recruiting
- Interview Policies
- Recruiting Events
- Interview Logistics
- Visiting Campus
- Work with Clubs
- Spread the Word
- International Hiring
- Acceptable Interview Practices
- Post a Job
- Contact Us
- Employment Reports
Student clubs play a major role in the development of Columbia MBAs. With over 100 student groups on campus, opportunities abound for them to pursue passions and develop skills to aid their post-graduation success. These clubs also are a way for recruiters to track down students with specific interests.
Companies can get involved with clubs by hosting networking events, presenting business cases, participating in brown-bag lunches or panel events, or becoming sponsors for conferences and other events.
At the Career Management Center, we help clubs manage their calendars, keep a level recruiting playing field, and minimize conflicts. Student feedback consistently indicates a preference for fewer events — as a result, each event should include a robust number of company representatives to maximize student-company interaction.
Companies planning to hold events with the clubs listed below must request event dates through the CMC.
- Black Business Students Association (BBSA)
- Columbia Women in Business (CWiB)
- Investment Banking Club (IBC)
- Management Consulting Association (MCA)
- Marketing Association of Columbia (MAC)
Note: BBSA, CWiB, and MAC have sponsorship requirements that must be met. For more information, please contact respective club leaders.