Bootstrappers, this may be a great event to recruit students at for interns or full-time positions. The Entrepreneur Society is hosting Connections 2010 a job fair hosted by McCombs MBA students for McCombs MBA students. More information below and available at http://esmccombs.com/.
ES Connections 2010
Thursday, April 1st
6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
UT Alumni Center
2110 San Jacinto Boulevard
Austin, TX 78712
You and your company are cordially invited to ES Connections 2010, an annual event hosted by the Entrepreneur Society of The McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas!
ES Connections 2010 provides a forum for companies to meet McCombs’ MBA students with the energy, experience, and skills to help early stage, growing, and established companies create, develop, and grow entrepreneurial related ventures.
Opportunities: The McCombs School of Business is recognized as one of the nation’s top-ranked MBA programs, and our students have the skills essential to help businesses succeed in dynamic markets. The students in attendance will have a special interest in new ventures and companies that support entrepreneurial innovation among their employees. This is a great opportunity for firms to engage exceptional MBA students through internships and full-time employment and help you develop and grow your business! Last year more than a dozen students made connections that resulted in summer internships and full-time positions!
Get Involved! To participate or learn more about ES Connections 2010, please contact
Heidi Burns – Heidi.Burns@mba11.mccombs.utexas.edu or (303) 960-9208. This event is free for both companies and MBA students. Please bring promotional materials and contact information. Cocktail table space will be provided.
Not hiring? Unable to Participate? Even if you are unable to attend this year, please feel free to contact ES if your company is interested in any of our future ES events including:
Start-Up Meet-Up: Last year’s inaugural event was a huge success. This one-day conference brought together entrepreneurial students and professionals through a series of panel discussions and interactive working sessions.
ES Pitch Party: An ES tradition that gives MBA students a chance to pitch start-up ideas to “investors” who include faculty, alumni, professionals and local entrepreneurs.