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Firsthand MBA Virtual Career Fair

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Who should attend

First-year and second-year MBA students looking to prepare for and find internships and full-time positions.

How to participate

Join from your computer, phone, or tablet with a good internet connection. After registering, you'll receive more details.

Who will be there


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Welcome and Keynote Speaker!
Kickstart the MBA Career Fair with a Welcome! Also, join us for a keynote presentation.
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Career Paths: Consulting, Finance, Tech, Entrepreneurship Panel Discussion
The discussion will focus on the best aspects about each path, the most challenging, the future of each, and how to take the next step on Consulting, Finance, Tech, and Entrepreneurship career paths.
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Virtual Booths and Interviews
Time to Network! Explore the booths. Connect with top employers through one-on-one video meetings. Or explore unique company resources and group chats.
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Fireside Chat: Consulting Case Interviews
Join a fireside chat to discuss breaking down the all-important Consulting Case Interviews. As well as, why the Case Interview is important, how to prepare for it, and best practices for it.
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Consulting Careers In Sustainability Panel Discussion
Listen in on a panel discussion about how to find companies that are making a real impact when it comes to ESG, how to prepare for roles that focus on ESG, and where to find these roles.
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Fireside Chat: Job Advice for International Students
Hon Lam, Career Coach & Talent Consultant, University of Texas; International MBA Students will be joining us to provide his advice and tips on the career search for international students.

About this fair

Throughout the day, you’ll learn about various MBA career paths from senior professionals in the consulting, banking, and technology industries—as well as from entrepreneurs who founded their own startups. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions of your own at the end of their discussions. You’ll also have the chance to sit in on a keynote speech, and join various panel discussions that address the various concerns that MBAs have who are looking for internships, full-time roles, and to start their own businesses.

In addition to benefiting from keynotes and panels, MBA students will gain insights and expertise from representatives from many top employers who actively work in recruiting, interviewing, and making hiring decisions.

  • Each employer will have a virtual booth, which includes a company description, resources, and an event list. Each booth will also include a list of representatives that may be booked for 20-minute one-on-one conversations that will take place on the day of the fair.
  • Fair attendees will be prompted to submit resumes upon registration for the chance to be pre-selected by employers for one-on-one conversations on the fair date. If pre-selected, students will be notified via email prior to the fair.
  • If not selected, students can still drop resumes at employer booths and will enjoy panel participant sessions, keynote speakers, reviewing employer booths, and resume building sessions
  • Students will be able to explore employer booths once they go live and can access resources, live events. At that point, students will also be able to book 20 minute personal conversations with employers leading up to the event.

About the host

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