Information for Employers

Welcome to the University of Montana College of Business (COB) Career Development Program. Our job is to connect employers with students.

The College of Business  has an office dedicated to the professional development of its students. The mission of the Career Development program is to provide students with the best possible chance to be competitive in the business world by providing workshops; practice interviews; resume critiques; networking events to build their professional network; and effective job search advice from expert staff, business owners, and human resource managers. We give employers the valuable opportunity to get to know students by providing campus visits, class visits, and the opportunity to host office hours. 

Descriptions of Programs

Offered twice a year, once in the fall and once in the spring.  This program allows students to meet with employers so that the employer can provide feedback to them on their resumes and practice interview skills.  Employer feedback is an enormous boost to a young professional’s ability to market themselves and that is what makes this event so successful! In addition to helping future business people develop, these programs also remain a great recruiting tool and offer good visibility for your organization.  If you would like to sign up to volunteer please email Laura Stinger at 

Send your current openings to Laura Stinger at and we will get the word out for you!
meeting-graphic.pngThe Career Development Program can set up a scheduled visit to COB for your company. These can include one-on-one student appointments, socials, presentations to accounting, finance, MIS, and/or marketing student organizations.  If you are interested in more information, please email Laura Stinger at

Starting this Fall, we will have our first-ever Business Career Expo. This will give a variety of companies and organizations that have open full-time, part-time, and internship positions to connect with our talented College of Business students.

More information:
Date and Time: October 5th, 5 PM – 7 PM
Location: Gallagher Business Building
Cost: $125 for Fall semester or $200 for both Fall and Spring semesters.
Tables: We will provide tables for you to display your information.
Parking will be included

Sign your company up!

networking-graphic.pngCareer Development holds three Career Networking Receptions for Accounting/Finance, MIS and Marketing/Management students.  This event is a great opportunity for companies to build a campus presence among students at COB.  It will connect you with students and allow you to talk to them about job or internship opportunities you have at your company.  Students come dressed up with resumes in hand, ready to talk to you!  

handshake-graphic.pngMeet the Firms is an annual event that connects Accounting and MIS students with firms across the country.  It allows companies to share valuable career information from industry experts. Learn more information here!
breif-case.pngEach Spring the College of Business holds a Banking Expo for those banks seeking to hire interns, part-time and full-time employees. Register for the Spring 2022 Banking Expo here!

What Employers Say About Us

“The students from the U of M College of Business have been outstanding. They are hardworking, inquisitive, thorough and conscientious young professionals.  The program has shown to be a true benefit for our business and a healthy opportunity for the students.”  Go Griz! Brad Hart, President/CEO, Orepac

"The Career Development Program at the University of Montana College of Business is absolutely amazing! From their meticulously detailed planning, enthusiasm for their jobs, making visitors feel completely at home and welcome, and the extreme generosity of everyone's time, their input was beyond humbling. Our event in the College of Business was a tremendous success, and the college has a top tier team. Thank you for everything!"  Doug Mansfield, Talent Partner, R2C Group.

"University of Montana students are a pleasure to have in the recruiting process. UM students are well prepared, both technically and interpersonally, for a career in public accounting. They are ambitious, eager to learn and contribute, and have an unparalleled work ethic. Why? I think it has a lot to do with the COB faculty and staff. They are engaged in the recruiting process and are invested in their student's success as professionals."  KPMG