The Career Management Center welcomes employers interested in recruiting top talent for business positions within their organizations. Collaboration is crucial to achieving our mission, which is to develop future business leaders. We invite you to become involved by partnering with UT Dallas.
The Naveen Jindal School of Management is the largest of UT Dallas’ seven school with more than 6,300 students and an equal distribution of undergraduate and graduate students. Our students represent some of the brightest students in Texas. Our world-renowned faculty, innovative curriculum, and outstanding students have led us to national and international recognition. The most recent rankings are included below:Full–Time MBA
The CMC offers employers a comprehensive set of opportunities to connect with and recruit the best prepared students available for employment opportunities. Through workshops and career training, Jindal students are prepared to meet, network, and interview with recruiters and hiring managers. We encourage you to engage with our CMC staff to learn more.
Please contact our Employer Relations Coordinator, Lucretia Ensminger, at (972) 883-5935 or by Email.
Advertise your available position by posting a job on the UTD CareerWorks website. Only qualified students are able to view the job information and submit resumes to your preferred email address. We can consult with faculty and/or send a mass email to qualified students in order to increase the applicant pool.
After posting a job, you will be a registered employer. You will be provided with a User Name and Password to allow you access to review and/or change your job posting. You may also access the Resume Books on the UTD CareerWorks system.
Please complete an Employer Needs Form and email, along with a job description, to Lucretia Ensminger. Be sure to indicate if Full-time, Part-time or Internship. Also, if you would like to receive a Resume Referral of qualified candidates instead of or in addition to posting a job, please contact Lucretia.
After you collect resumes through a Job Posting, Resume Referral, Career Fair or an Information Session, contact Lucretia by email or phone at (972) 883-5935 to schedule an On-Campus Interview Date. Just email a list of those candidates you wish to interview and with adequate notice, we can schedule the interviews for you. To conduct interviews at your office site, please contact the students directly.
Many School of Management students have acquired some work experience or are currently working to support further education. They have developed a strong work ethic and a passion for their majors. They are seeking full-time corporate positions that will utilize their academic knowledge and work experience to allow them to contribute to your organization.
Our goal is to provide employers with access to highly qualified student workers for both immediate and year-round assistance. The School of Management would like to promote cooperation between the University and industry so that our students obtain valuable career-related work experience and your company has the ability to build a resource of potential permanent employees.
Some employers who are not Non-Profit Companies have posted Unpaid Internships for credit. However, these postings do not get much response from the students. The University always offers the student the option to obtain credit for any internship – if they need the elective hours. However, credit or elective hours are not “free” for the students as they must still pay the registration fees – totaling several thousand dollars for a 3 hour course. We encourage employers to pay at least minimum wage ($7.25 per hour). Interns, just as any employees, have everyday incidental costs such as transportation and lunch. According to FLSA rules, employers are liable to the following 6 criteria reported by the Wage and Hour Department:
If ALL SIX of the following criteria apply, students (including individuals participating in school-to-work programs, internships, transition, vocational education, work experience, etc.) are not employees within the meaning of the FLSA:
Students may serve as Unpaid Volunteers for public service, religious or humanitarian objectives. For example, students may choose to assist at established volunteer programs operated by charitable nonprofit organizations, government agencies, hospitals or nursing homes. The intent is clearly to donate their services for the public good. Commercial businesses can never legally utilize Unpaid Volunteers.
The CMC hosts a multitude of career events on campus each semester. Contact us for additional information about recruiting at UT Dallas.
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For more information, contact Lucretia Ensminger at (972) 883-5935 or by Email.
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