The Tauber Institute offers many options for recruiting. Some opportunities are listed below.
- Sponsor Team Project
- Team Project Résumé Book (December) – provides early access to résumés of Tauber students available for Team Projects the following summer.
- Project Presentations (January) – Sponsors present project challenges allowing students to gain information about their company and project; students and corporate sponsors meet in an informal setting.
- Project Interviews (February) – Students and companies increase their knowledge of one another.
- Spotlight! Networking Reception (mid-September) – Students and companies participate in an informal networking opportunity.
- Spotlight! Team Project Showcase and Scholarship Competition – Corporate executives view various aspects of student’s skills through presentations. The Spotlight! Book containing project descriptions and student résumés is also provided (view Spotlight! book here).
- Post a position to the Tauber website and it will be automatically emailed to 900+ alumni of the Tauber Institute by filling out this job posting form.
- Target current students by contacting Michaele Reeves at firstname.lastname@example.org with your specific job description and she can email the current class.
- Tauber Institute Exclusive Interviews – sponsors of team projects can request exclusive interviews with only Tauber Institute students. Contact Michaele Reeves, Team Project Manager, at email@example.com.
- The University of Michigan College of Engineering’s Career Resource Center and Ross School of Business’s Office of Career Development offer additional recruiting opportunities. Jobs can be posted in OCD’s iMpact system specifically for Operations Management/Tauber students
- The Student Advisory Board (SAB) – This organization can help with arranging various events such as football tailgates, happy hours, receptions, special workshops & presentations and/or advice on networking with the Tauber Institute. Contact them at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Remember to begin networking with students early. Many Tauber Institute students receive an offer from their project sponsor at the end of the summer, and some will accept the offer based on their experience during their internship. A good summer project can give a student insight into a company and its leadership track.