Recruiters & Companies

Work with Student Groups

Working with student groups is a great way for companies to get to know Chicago Booth talent. With career-related student groups in most functions and industries, companies can engage with students to promote recruiting opportunities, participate in learning events or conferences, and host student visit/treks.

With Full-Time MBA Program student groups, Evening MBA Program student groups, and Weekend MBA Program student groups, we've provided a few guidelines to help companies work best with the different programs.

  • Companies may share details for campus recruiting activities, including internship recruiting information, through the full time student groups. To market full-time opportunities to students in our evening and weekend programs who are participating in campus recruiting, please send details to
  • Student groups in both the full time program and the part time program host conferences, learning and networking events where companies can get involved. Both student group populations also participate in student treks. For more information or questions, please contact your relationship manager.

  • Treks
  • Student Group Events


These career exploration trips, planned by student groups, provide students the opportunity to meet with companies in a specific location or industry. Past treks have included visits to the Bay Area, New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Minneapolis, Latin America, Hong Kong, and London. Contact us to learn more about planned treks.  

Student Group Events

Chicago Booth student groups host conferences, speaker series, mock interviews, lectures, panel discussions, and many other activities that focus on career interests or professional development. Working with these student groups can be a valuable resource to enhance your campus visibility and recruiting efforts. Among the ways your company can get involved is to provide speakers or sponsorship. We encourage you to contact the relevant student group co-chairs to learn more about building relationships through involvement in student group events.