Employer Speaking Opportunities
The Rawls College of Business Career Management Center works directly with our faculty members to help facilitate corporate speaking opportunities in classrooms and student organization meetings throughout the semester. These teaching opportunities can be invaluable for students to gain an additional perspective on their prospective career path.
Due to faculty timelines and schedules, classroom presentations are more easily accommodated if they are set up a semester in advance while building the class schedule. Without advanced notice, there is no guarantee that the faculty will be able to make class time available.
Classroom presentations are limited to topics that teach practical skills in a particular career field (i.e. Brand Management, Consumer Behavior, Market Promotion, Leadership Ethics, Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, Strategic Management, Financial Analysis, Accounting Practices, etc.). If you wish to present on your particular company, job outlook, or other recruiting/marketing topics, those requests will be sent along to the proper student organizations who serve your career field. Presentations in those meetings are heavily attended and have been successful in spreading the word about the companies who present in them.
If you are interested in participating, please fill out the following form in its entirety. Once received, we will forward your information on to the necessary team of faculty/instructors. If interested, they will contact you directly to request any additional information and/or setup future dates.
Majors interested in speaking to (check all that apply)
Management Information Systems (MIS)
Topics you feel comfortable speaking about
Please list dates for a specific timeframe you will be in Lubbock and would like to speak. Otherwise, please state "open."
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