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Career Management Center staff will investigate any alleged infraction of the School’s recruiting rules and evaluate each situation on a case-by-case basis.

Statement of Nondiscrimination

Columbia University is an equal-opportunity employer. We are required by law to ensure that all individuals or institutions seeking the University’s assistance in recruiting new employees provide similar equal employment opportunities.

The undersigned is an equal-opportunity employer and does not illegally discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, age, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, handicap, alienage or citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, or Vietnam Era or Disabled Veteran status, or any other applicable legally protected status.

Policy Infractions

Violations of recruiting policy will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis. Sanctions facing recruiting organizations may include, but are not limited to:

  • Lodging a formal letter of complaint with senior management and senior Columbia Business School alumni informing them of the violation and placing the company on immediate probation.
  • Precluding the firm from one or all of the following:
    • Access to the Columbia Business School resume book
    • Receiving preferential corporate presentation dates on campus
    • Access to the Columbia Business School on-campus recruiting program
  • Communicating the nature of the violation to the Columbia Business School community through the student-facing COIN homepage for a period of three years.

Students are also subject to a set of internal recruiting policies and sanctions.

Any questions about these policies, contact Bruce Lloyd, director of employer relations.

 

Hiring Internationally?

It’s easier than you might think to hire international students in the United States. The CMC has created a guide to help you through the process.

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Career Forum

If you are new to recruiting at Columbia Business School you may want to consider participating in the CMC's Career Forum

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You can participate in a Career Forum in lieu of a standalone corporate presentation if you are interviewing on-campus for full-time or internship positions. It offers firms an opportunity to meet many students in an informal and interactive "career fair-style" setting prior to application deadlines.

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MBA Career Days

MBA Career Days is a unique online recruitment events platform from MBA-Exchange.com that connects you to the most suitably qualified candidates for your job vacancies.

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Using MBA Career Days online, you can engage with potential recruits from their desktops. It enables you to post a corporate profile, make online presentations, join webcast discussions, and engage in online discussions and chats.

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2013 Employment Report

2013 Employment Report

Learn more about the diverse career paths of our MBA students.

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Experienced-Level Recruiting

Target a diverse group of professionals with 5-10 years or experience or more.

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Masters of Science Recruiting

Connect with students who are focused on either Financial Economics or Marketing.

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2014-15 Recruiters Guide

2014 Recruiters Guide

Review our 2014-2015 on-campus recruiting policies.

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Campus Map and Directions

Campus Map

Columbia Business School is in Uris Hall, located behind Low Library in the center of campus.