Dedicated resources to help your hiring needs.
Reach out to learn how your organization can meet its internship or hiring needs through a partnership with the School of Business and Economics Career Center. We invite you to get involved.
Career and Internship EXPO
Join us at our annual Career and Internship EXPO to showcase your organization.
The Career and Internship Expo is a prime venue for employers and internship sponsors to interact directly with our highly competitive students. The event offers employers the opportunity to meet graduating seniors, recruit qualified juniors and seniors to fill internships and get an early look at freshmen and sophomores as they begin their journey towards a career search.
Learn more about sponsoring or attending this event.
Join our Mentor Program to partner with a student and expose them to your professional expertise.
The School of Business and Economics (SBE) Mentor Program is designed to provide opportunities for students to explore professions, companies, and industries in the world of work. For professionals (Mentors), the program provides an opportunity to:
- Share a sense of pride in career achievement, company, and profession.
- Impart real-world experiences to those embarking on careers for the first time.
- Acquaint yourself with a potential future employee.
- Fulfill an ability to serve the community; give back an experience given to you.
Announce job openings across our student and alumni networks.
Whether you have a part-time or full-time employment opportunity, we invite you to reach out to our current students, recent graduates and alumni by posting your position with the SBE Career Center. Send your position descriptions to Sarah Dove as Word documents for immediate posting. If you have questions or want to develop your own customized recruitment strategy please contact Sarah Dove the SBE Career Center Director.
Hire an Intern to execute special projects or day to day activities. It's a low-risk opportunity to experience a potential career hire.
A wide variety of large and small businesses, non profits, and government institutions have found that SSU business and economics student interns add value to their organizations. In fact, many employers have found them to be so successful that they have built internships into their long term staffing plans.
Link to: FAQ's
Link to: Internship Pay FAQ's
Hold custom on-campus interviewing or recruiting events.
The SBE Career Center team is here to help you develop your recruitment strategy. Contact us to set up a company information session or to schedule on-campus interviewing.
Find talent locally among Sonoma State University Business and Economic students and May graduates at our annual mixer.
Professional Student Groups
Get involved with our professional student groups. Sponsor a student club or speak at a student group event, it's a great way to brand your organization and find talent specific to your needs:
- Accounting Forum
- Sports Management