Career Networking Night
Career Networking Night (CNN) is a night devoted solely to building relationships. For two hours students, businesses, alumni, faculty and staff will network to explore and share potential internship, part-time, or full-time opportunities. CNN is dedicated entirely to networking; therefore, business cards are encouraged for both students and employers. Join us for a fun event that will be beneficial for students, alumni, employers, and the business community as a whole.
Why should students attend?
- CNN is a great opportunity for you because it creates a unique experience between students and organizations.
- CNN is the Fall 2017 Career Event You can practice your networking skills with experienced professionals
- You will gain exposure to businesses, alumni, faculty and staff
- This will be a fun and rewarding event for you professionally and personally
- Free food and beverages
Why should employers attend?
- Meet with College of Business undergraduates and graduate students
- Gain exposure to students, alumni, staff, and College of Business faculty
- Develop and cultivate long-term relationships with the College of Business
- Actively promote your organization on campus
- Assist students in learning valuable networking skills with experienced professionals
- Advertise open internship and career opportunities
Career Networking Night (CNN) is a great opportunity for students to explore internship, part-time, and full-time opportunities that are available in a wide variety of fields. At Career Networking Night I was introduced to FirstBank, where I was able to speak with several of their employees and learn about what their organization had to offer. Upon graduating, I applied to FirstBank and accepted a full-time position shortly thereafter. I credit Career Networking Night for providing me with the tools I needed to successfully secure a full-time position with such a great organization.
BS in Business (Finance), Class of 2015
Thank you to our Sponsors
By sponsoring this year's Career Networking Night, you are helping to fund the Career Development Center's (CDC) mission to design careers by bridging the gap between business students and the business community through internship and career opportunities.