The KU Business Career Services Center understands that employers' time is precious. This is why one of our main goals is to help employers find exceedingly-qualified students in as little time as possible. From posting positions to facilitating the interview process, our job is to make yours easier. 

Our other goal is to prepare students that are truly exceptional!  While they are all focused on academic excellence and understand the concepts of business, they also understand how to apply those concepts to real-world situations. This powerful combination makes our students incredible assets to any company – large or small. 

You will find additional information about some of our large annual events on the left side of this page, while below you will find more specific information about the process of recruiting at KU.

Job Posting through KU Career Connections
Employers looking to post jobs, sign up for career fairs, or run resume books will need to sign up with KU’s online job portal, KU Career Connection (powered by Symplicity). Information and instructions for this system can be found within our KU Career Connections User Guide.   For a step by step guide for posting jobs on KU Career Connections, please use Symplicity directions for employers.
The BCSC also asks that all employers that wish to recruit at KU adhere to the Principals for Professional Practice produced by the National Association of Colleges and Employers, which can be referenced here.
On-Campus Recruiting Information
The BCSC has 8 dedicated interviews room, along with various other conference rooms within the School of Business for Employers to utilize when interviewing our students. We strive to provide the best service possible to ensure that your time on campus is comfortable and productive. If you are interested in finding our more about using our space or to make a reservation, please contact Cheryl Webb at your earliest convenience as space can fill up very quickly! We also have information available for any employers interested in setting up a Faculty Lunch or an Information Session on campus.
Employer Recruiting Guide
Employers can find out specific information about the Business Career Services Center, the School of Business programs, our students demographics, and other insightful information in our Employer Recruiting Guide.
Opportunities to Increase Engagement on Campus
If you would like to learn more about the workshops, speaking engagements, or other various methods to engage with the students and faculty of the KU School of Business, please contact Jennifer Jordan at any time. The School of Business has many activities to get employers involved on campus each semester and would welcome the opportunity to share them with you.

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