The Poole College of Management Career Center in partnership with teddslist.com cordially invites you to participate in our annual Small Business Internship Fair in Nelson Hall on the NC State campus. This will be a great event to recruit talented NC State business students for paid summer internships and project work within your company. This is NOT an event to find students for unpaid work UNLESS your a NON-PROFIT.
Friday, March 23, 2018
Lunch & Learn: 12:00pm – 12:45pm | Internship Fair: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
NC State campus – Nelson Hall, 2801 Founders Drive Raleigh, NC 27607
$45.00 Table Fee
The cost to attend the Small Business Internship Fair is $45.
Prior to the internship fair, the lunch and learn workshop will cover planning, recruiting, intern work, measurable learning objectives, intern supervision, and best practices. Lunch will be provided by teddslist.com and catered by the famous Clyde Cooper’s BBQ!
The registration fee includes a five-foot table and campus parking for two company representatives. Registration fees should be paid in full prior to this event.
You may pay by credit card or by check.
To register online for the Small Business Internship Fair, use the following link:
After your registration is approved, you will receive a confirmation message with event details, including
parking instructions, where to go, and what to bring. We look forward to seeing you on campus for our Small Business Internship Fair.
Why Recruit at Poole:
- Poole is a top 50 undergraduate business school, according to the Bloomberg Businessweek 2016
- Poole offers undergraduate degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, and Economics with
concentrations in entrepreneurship, finance, human resources, information technology, marketing,
supply chain/operations. They also have a new honors business analytics program.
- 82% of May 2017 graduates (undergraduate) completed at least one internship or co-op experience
Please contact us if you have any questions. If this event does not fit your needs, but you know of other colleagues and contacts who would benefit from attending, please share this.
F. Brian Newton
Director, Undergraduate Programs
Poole College of Management Career Center