For 2021-2022 recruiting at Haas, please visit our Virtual Recruiting page for the most up to date information on our plans for virtual and in-person activities due to COVID-19. 

Whether you host your own event on-campus or attend a Berkeley Haas-sponsored event, we invite you to get to know our students better by meeting them in person.

Be sure to keep your Career Management Group (CMG) relationship manager apprised of your recruiting activities. Your relationship manager will help determine what events would be best for your needs, spread the word to students, and advise on timing and venue recommendations.

On-Campus Interviews, Presentations, and Company Chats must be requested through 12Twenty.

Recruiting Events

On-Campus Interviews (OCI)

CMG staff help with all of your logistical needs including scheduling and communicating with students, fostering the application and selection process in our system, and providing interview space and meals on the day of your visit. There is no cost to your company to participate in OCI. See what dates are available for your industry and roles on our Recruiting Calendar

Company Presentations

Hosting a company presentation casts a wide net and educates students about your organization. CMG staff manages student promotion and registration while connecting you with The Faculty Club, a nearby event space that is reserved with catering and A/V packages to fit your budget. We offer the suggested time frames below based on student availability and will work with you to find the time that works for your company.

  • Mon-Thurs, all times listed in PST
    • 12:00 – 1:00pm
    • 1:00 – 2:00pm or
    • 5:00 – 6:00pm

Company Chats

Also known as “office hours,” company chats give you an opportunity to listen to students’ interests and talk to them about your company in an informal setting. Many companies choose to combine these chats with a company presentation to dive deeper in 1:1 conversations with interested students. Company chats are held on campus with no cost to participate. You can create your own schedule within our suggested time frames below and students will sign up to meet with you. We are also here to help you host these chats virtually if coming to campus isn’t an option for your team.

  • Mon-Thurs, all times listed in PST
    • 11:00 – 2:00pm or 4:00 – 6:00pm
    • We can adjust those time blocks to be shorter (i.e. 12 – 2), but chats must remain within those ranges to avoid class conflicts.

Networking Nights

CMG hosted Networking Nights are an efficient and cost-effective way to meet face-to-face with students from our Full-time and Evening & Weekend MBA programs, as well as with alumni. Invitations to participate in these events are tailored to the industry each supports – please reach out to your relationship manager if you are interested in learning more.

Build Your Brand with Targeted Groups

With over 50 student organizations at Berkeley Haas, there are many opportunities for you to identify, target, and get to know students with specific interests.

Many of these clubs have obvious industry focuses which allow you to target groups by career path. We encourage you to also consider working with clubs that might reflect your values or brand.

Featured Speaker

Students organize career-focused courses that require corporate participation to succeed. Representatives from your company can lead a case, offer timely insight into a real business problem, or share current research.

Site Visits or Treks

Inviting a group of students to your workplace is an efficient way to communicate the quality of your opportunities as well as of your company’s culture.

Conference Participation

One of the best ways to increase your presence among Berkeley Haas students is to participate in one of our many student-led conferences or events. With the support of the school, our students organize major conferences, including:

  • Asia Business Conference
  • Berkeley Finance Conference
  • Women in Leadership Conference
Jack Song

Jack Song

MBA 15

Head of Global Communications-Marketing, BD, and International Expansion

“Getting involved with the Marketing Club really opened my eyes and changed my preconceptions about the consumer-product-goods industry. It was so much more than just advertising. I enjoyed getting to the know all of its facets through speakers and on Career Treks to companies like Clif Bar, Clorox, and Levi Strauss & Co.”

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