Chicago Booth works with many companies that are unable to visit campus, building unique and creative hiring or brand-building strategies through which to source Booth students. Off-campus recruiting also can help you identify Chicago Booth talent across multiple MBA programs.
There are a number of steps in the recruiting process. You can submit a job posting for students to apply for your position, search our resume databases, or use our resume referral service to determine candidates you may wish to interview. To help you better manage your hiring process, please refer to Chicago Booth's recruiting policies, including guidance on offers.
Career Services' expert Relationship Managers will guide you through the recruiting process. Please refer to the recruiting calendar for a list of important dates and deadlines.
Post a job
Career Services provides a year-round, free-of-charge job posting system through Global Talent Solutions (GTS), our online recruiting portal. You can post your full-time and summer internship opportunities to GTS. Students will then be able to view them and apply via the system, through your company's website, or to you directly via email.
Search Resume Databases
Chicago Booth makes it easy to find the perfect candidate through our online resume databases. These searchable databases include students in our full-time MBA, evening and weekend MBA, and executive MBA programs as well as Booth alumni.
Request a Resume Referral
If you are not ready to post your position, we will review your qualifications and search our resume books on your behalf. Relevant resumes are then forwarded to you. Your firm's confidentiality is strictly maintained and no information will be published concerning the search. To utilize this service, please email a job description to Career Services.
Review employment reports
You may find it helpful in planning your hiring strategy to review statistics on new-hire salaries, functions, industries, locations, and job sources for the previous years at Chicago Booth. Employment Reports provide a summary of all offers made to first- and second-year students.
Career Services cannot assist in scheduling off-campus interviews. However, we ask you to keep your Relationship Manager apprised of dates and locations so that we can make you aware of potential conflicts and assist students with questions.
To balance the needs of both students and employers, Chicago Booth has established recruiting policies relating to the recruiting process and job offers. Please contact your Relationship Manager if you have any questions.
We also ask that hiring companies provide a summary of all offers made to first- and second-year Chicago Booth students (including pending and declined offers) so that they may be included in the next issue of the online employment report.