Business Honors' Professional Events offers the best opportunities for high achieving Business Administration undergraduates comparable to the top academic institutions of the country through exclusive recruitment, professional development opportunities and a built in networking base.
GOOGLE FOR BH
The Google recruiters discussed how to write a creative brief. They also described their BOLD internship for all of our Business Honors Juniors! Be sure to apply!
During the Google for BH event, students had the exclusive opportunity to network and interact with recruiters and a few employees from GOOGLE.
The Central Intelligent Agency came to BH to discuss their internship and job opportunities! One of the many perks of being a Business Honors Student is the exclusive presentations offered.
Insider Industries #2
Exclusive meeting with five Business Honors alumni, hosted in a panel-style information session with a Q&A time. Alumni from Walt Disney, Boeing, Investment Banking at JP Morgan, Paramount Pictures, and Deloitte Consulting were present
During this session the professionals spoke about their experiences within their companies, and shared how their time in Business Honors assisted in their success in their careers. Current Business Honors students were able to make connections with the alumni while asking direct questions and getting personal answers.
Big4 Accounting Firms
Exclusive networking opportunities with all four top accounting firms: Deloitte, EY, PwC, and KPMG. Students had the opportunity to connect with recruiters, professionals, campus ambassadors, BH alumni currently working at the firm, and BH students who have interned and are incoming staff.
Students learned about how to apply, different programs offered, and upcoming application deadlines. Meeting the Big4 was a chance to connect with industry professionals. The Q&A setup allowed students to ask questions and was an opportunity for them to network and learn.
Business Career Fair
Over 60 companies of all sizes and types gathered to share opportunities with students for internships and jobs. With career events and networking sessions with a variety of employers, BH students had the privilege of getting more one-on-one opportunities to network and explore their options.
CSUF Career Center experts provided a specially geared career seminar for Business Honors students: a workshop to teach tips and tricks on how to find jobs and get hired at top companies. The center supports students and helped them learn how to stand out as strong applicants and build skills necessary to do well in their dream jobs.
Business Honors students participated in an exclusive event held by Google. This seminar was centered around building a personal/online brand. Google taught students how to effectively use tools such as LinkedIn and Handshake to develop a platform that stands out to top employers.
Seven GUESS Executives gave insight into their jobs and life in the fashion industry. In an event hosted by GUESS, opened up to all Business Honors, students could ask questions and network with these executives in careers ranging from recruiting to the Planning/Allocation team.