Virtual Interviews & Skype
Business Career Services seeks to make it easy for you to interview our students. There is a dedicated space within Hough Hall that accommodates in-person and virtual interviews. Our office can facilitate in-person interviews, video conference interviews, Skype interviews or phone interviews.
- Video Conference IP Address: 18.104.22.168
Please email our office (GBCS-Info at warrington.ufl.edu) to schedule your student interviews today. Note: Test runs for virtual interviews/Skype should be coordinated at least 48 hours in advance.
MBA Focus provides a permanent pipeline of business leaders, from entry-level to executive, via the exclusive partnership with the University of Florida MBA Program. MBA Focus provides annual access to resumes books and individual profiles for traditional students (full-time and internship seeking), working professional students, and UF MBA Alumni. Note: UF MBA resume books are available free of charge.
Class of 2012 MBA Full-time Seeking Resume Book
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Class of 2013 MBA Internship Seeking Resume Book
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Employer Link for the Working Professional and UF MBA Alumni Resume book
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In the event that you would like to simply collect resumes from interested students, our office can establish a PDF booklet after collecting resumes which can then be emailed to you.
Resume books can also be requested for any program at any time free of charge. Resume books for MBA students are also available through MBAFocus (at no cost).
One-on-one Candidate Review Process
Business Career Services works with your organization to understand your ideal profile to ensure the best-fit candidates are selected for the organization’s review. In return, after the interview we like to share any feedback from the interview process with each student.
Career Development Workshops
While our office offers a myriad of career development workshops addressing a wide range of job searching issues, students prefer to hear from actual employers, those individuals who can potentially directly affect their job search. Workshop topics include: resume writing, job search strategies, making the best use of career fairs, career forums, and interview techniques. If you are interested in giving or participating in a workshop, or sitting on a career panel, please contact us. You also have the option of giving a virtual workshop/webinar. Our office can help coordinate and advertise your workshop to the students.
Please visit our Career Media Library and look under ‘Employer Resources.’ Business Career Services frequently updates PDF instructions and resources for you in order to navigate our services. At any time you need assistance or have questions, please contact us via email (GBCS-Info at warrington.ufl.edu) or at (352) 273-3264.