2011 Sustainable Business & Social Impact (SBSI)
Duke's Fuqua School of Business is hosting a career fair to connect Duke MBA and graduate students with recruiters from companies and organizations seeking talented business leaders with a background or education in sustainable business, the social sector, or environmental management.
The Sustainable Business and Social Impact (SBSI) Career Fair is an excellent way for you to recruit for current full-time and internship opportunities at your organization - allowing you to network with students from all graduate programs at Duke, in addition to our MBA students. The SBSI Career Fair is held in conjuction with the annual SBSI Conference, hosted by the Fuqua Net Impact Club.
Particpation in the SBSI Career Fair is by inivation only, but any compacy or organization wishing to meet our stellar students is welcome to request an invitation. This career fair is space-limited and will give preference to organizations looking to fill open positions (either internships or full-time). To request an invitation to attend this event, click here.
|Date/Time:|| Tuesday, February 8, 2011
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
|Location:|| Duke University Fuqua School of Business
BEFORE Jan. 4 – all fees waived
|To Request an Invitation to Recruit:||
|Questions?||Contact Ruth Tolman, 919--660-2890|
Contact Ruth Tolman with questions or
to be notified about updates for this recruiting event.
Duke students are among the most qualified in the field and are uniquely qualified to help organizations navigate the changing business landscape. They are interested in a wide range of careers-including supply chain management, social entrepreneurship, marketing, strategy, finance, environmental management, and real estate. Students attending the career fair will be interested in both summer internships and permanent positions. They will be primarily MBA students, but graduate students from all Duke programs are invited (public policy, environmental management, engineering, law, etc.).
During Your Visit:
If you would like to conduct one-on-one interviews with MBA students before or after the career fair, we'd be happy to arrange time and space for those interviews. Also, when you register, please let us know if you would like to receive a book of resumes for MBA students interested in these fields prior to your visit.
Additionally, if there are any faculty or staff at Duke that you would like to connect with during your visit, or any other special needs, please contact Ruth Tolman.
Career Fair Partners:
Career Management Center