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Thunderbird provides an intercultural learning community, a globally infused curriculum, and cross-cultural training at its best. Thunderbird’s specialized global management degrees are anchored in accounting, finance, marketing, management, statistics and strategy, all infused with dynamic training in international leadership, intercultural communication and regional political nuances.
Thunderbird prepares students to enter this complex and exciting market with specialized, hands-on training in international business, cross-cultural relations, global political economy and regional business environments.
With their global outlook—and their Thunderbird education—T-birds will stand out among your candidates.
Job & Internships Postings: You are welcome to advertise open positions on Handshake, a free, online job posting and internship resource for students which allows them to respond directly to the posting organization.
Resume Collections: In addition to posting an opportunity, our Career Management Team can prepare customized books of cover letters and resumes for your consideration from qualified candidates who express specific interest in your job or internship posting.
Employer Presentations: Employer presentations are an effective way to provide students with an overview of your organization, while building brand awareness on campus. Presentations can be either formal or informal and often range from auditorium style engagements with technical support to informal 'brown bag' lunches with smaller group of students.
Employer Site Visits: For employers near one of our locations, we can easily arrange to bring a group of students to your site for a presentation by your human resources staff and/or by alumni employed at your organization.
HR hot desk: Host Open Office Hours for student/alumni walk-in connections
Experiential learning practicums: Provide an opportunity for students to travel to cities in the United States, Asia and Europe. These “Career treks” provide you with the opportunity to network with students who are interested in learning about future industry opportunities.
On-campus & Virtual Interviewing: We can facilitate interviews in either of these formats, which allow you to host an in-person meeting or save travel/accommodation costs by opting for video interviews.
Career Clubs: Students are actively involved in a variety of sector-specific career clubs including conflict management, consulting, development, diplomacy, energy and environment, finance, trade, women in leadership etc. Employers are often invited to work with clubs on their various events, allowing employers to target and network with a select group of students.
The posting of all job and internship listings is a privilege, and permitted at the discretion of Career and Professional Development Services. CPDS reserves the right to deny a position if it does not follow National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) standards and does not support the best interests of students and/or the University.