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Recruiting Tigers

The Office of Career and Global Engagement is excited about offering opportunities for employers to visit campus and interview Clemson students in the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business. If this is something your company is interested in, please email Leah Hughes, Assistant Director for Career and Professional Development. The Office of Career and Global Engagement now has four interview rooms and an employer lounge for employers and students to utilize.

Access Business JobLink to post positions exclusively for Clemson Business students.

  • Why recruit Tigers?

    Clemson business graduates build humble and unshakeable confidence that is infused by the holistic educational experience students receive at Clemson.

    Clemson business graduates are shaped by a range of opportunities and resources both in and outside the classroom. This engagement is grounded by faculty and staff who instill a global mindset and leadership skills and is bolstered by alumni who mentor and employers who provide experiential learning opportunities.

    Clemson business graduates develop a collaborative, interdisciplinary mindset for creative problem-solving. Their team-oriented outlook strives to put the good of the whole before the individual.

    Clemson business graduates grow to become difference-makers who possess self-esteem that makes them stand out in a room full of people without having to say a word. Their inclusive approach contributes to open-mindedness and adaptability that is coveted by any employer.

    Tiger Bragging Rights! First Destination Survey & Salary Data

    Clemson University Interactive Factbook contains selected facts related to our students and employees.

    What Recruiters Are Saying About Our Students:

    "Clemson students display an excellent ability to execute on their classroom experiences to be successful in our internship program. They consistently display the utmost professionalism and willingness to learn." - Madison Skinner, University Relations Manager, ScanSource

    "I like hiring Clemson students because they are dynamic, outgoing, strong leaders with excellent communication skills. The E&J Gallo Winery prides itself on recruiting future leaders and we consistently find top talent at Clemson University." - Missy DeArmas, Sales Recruiting Manager, E&J Gallo Winery

    "I have been very blessed to be surrounded by outstanding individuals from a variety of small, medium and large universities. Clemson graduates typically embrace working in a team environment and understand that success is most likely achieved by working together and embracing new ideas. I also find graduates are humble and proud of their pedigree." - Jeff Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Ally Financial

  • Business JobLink

    Business JobLink is a NEW additional job and internship search platform EXCLUSIVELY for Clemson Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business students and employers.

    Students can:

    • Upload your resume and create a profile for employers to view
    • Find curated positions for B-School majors
    • Research employers of interest

    Employers can:

    • Post positions exclusively for Clemson Business School students
    • Review student resumes and profiles
    • Create resume books based on your position parameters
    • Collect resumes via Business JobLink
    • Schedule virtual or on-campus interviews
    • Register for career events hosted by the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business
    Access Business JobLink
  • Recruit on Campus

    On-Campus Interviewing
    The Clemson University Office of Career and Global Engagement offers employers the opportunity to interview students on site. Interviews are held in the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business. There are four interview rooms and an employer lounge available for use. For undergraduate opportunities, contact Leah Hughes.

    Employer Events
    In conjunction with on-campus interviews, employers can host employer events, which provides an opportunity to meet informally with candidates and promote awareness of their company. Employer events can include but are not limited to presentations, workshops and tabling. If your company is interested in hosting an employer event, please contact Leah Hughes.

  • Engage with Student Organizations

    Collaborating with the Wilbur O. and Ann Powers College of Business student organizations can be a great way to reach target populations of students.

    Learn more about our student organizations.

  • Planning Your Visit
  • Recruitment and Employment Guidelines

    General guidelines on employer relations from the Clemson University Michelin Career Center.

    We want to ensure our students are not only getting the best internship experiences but are also being fairly compensated for their work. When hiring an intern, please consider the Department of Labor's Fair Labor Standard Act to determine whether an intern should be paid. Fact Sheet #71: Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act, authored by the U.S. Department of Labor Wage and Hour Division is a useful resource to determine if your organization is passing the test for unpaid interns.

    Additional information regarding paid internships can be found on the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) website.

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