Our undergraduate and graduate students are eager to gain hands-on industry knowledge, offer creative approaches and can bring immediate value to your organization.
Recruit students or alumni for full-time or part-time job opportunities. Work with our employer relations team to find the best recruitment options for your hiring needs.
Brand recognition is very important when attracting talented candidates. You can increase the visibility of your organization by participating in a number of events and opportunities on campus.
Register or log in to our online recruiting system to post jobs and internships, and sign up for on-campus interviewing, information sessions, and job fairs and events.
Get to know UB School of Management students in a "non-interview" setting while increasing the visibility of your organization and maximizing your recruiting efforts.
Log in or register today.
Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center School of Management University at Buffalo 308 Alfiero Center Buffalo, NY 14260-4010
Tel: 716-645-3232 Fax: 716-645-3231 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Hours Monday-Thursday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. Friday 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Meet our Staff
This program provides you with comprehensive and coordinated opportunities for career development, emphasizing interpersonal and social skills required for success in business.
The mentorship process has been identified as a powerful tool in students’ career exploration and planning. That process begins with networking and career exploration.
The Career Resource Center facilitates two hands-on courses that lead you through every aspect of your career development process. Learn about careers and develop your job search skills and tools.
Start your search here. Learn about our career management system, search for jobs and internships, find events like employer information sessions and job fairs, along with other key resources.
Management students have access to local, regional and national recruiting and networking events. By taking advantage of these opportunities students can find opportunities in the hidden job market.