There are multiple ways an organization can connect with students enrolled in Lindner’s Business Analytics and Information Systems programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Access Student Resumes
Handshake provides participating organizations 24-hour access to one centralized location where you can post positions and internships, search for candidates, and manage on-campus interviews, career fairs, and other events.
Interviews at the Lindner Career Services Center are available for reservation throughout the Fall and Spring semesters via Handshake. Employers are free to contact candidates directly for phone screenings, virtual, or in-person interviews on their own sites as well.
Full- and Part-time, Internships, and Co-Op education roles are all available for employers. For additional information, such as resume books based on an organization’s needs, including connecting with UC Alumni experienced professionals, and arranging on-campus interviews, contact Andy Wellendorf, Lindner Career Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information Sessions with Masters Students in Business Analytics and Information Systems are an opportunity to interact with prospective candidates, increase awareness of your organization, and present employment opportunities and career paths.
To schedule an Information Session, please contact Glenn Wegryn (information below).
Organizations can experience direct hands-on engagement with students through a variety of Center-managed analytic problem-solving projects, including case-studies courses and contracted projects where students are engaged with faculty and staff members to solve complex problems. The Center works to match the right students to the needs of the particular project and client organization.
Additionally, graduate students are required to complete a capstone which can include an independent project or internship for an organization.
Attend or Sponsor an Analytics Members’ Meeting or Public Event where companies can network and informally engage analytics students at the graduate and undergraduate levels.