The Haslam College of Business prepares students with a broad, cross-disciplinary approach to supply chain management. As a result, our graduates are recruited by some of the most prominent businesses in the industry, averaging more than 130 companies per year.
Our recruiting teams partner with you to understand your recruiting goals. They will work closely with you to match you with candidates who have the appropriate skills to meet your needs. The teams have a deep appreciation for the importance of talent development within an organization.
Why Recruit our Graduates?
We graduate supply chain professionals capable of managing and controlling boundary-spanning activities and processes both within the firm and across the global supply chain.
- Over 1,200 supply chain management students
- Supply chain management was the No. 1 major at UT based on number of degrees granted in 2017, 2018 and 2019
- $56,175 (average starting salary for SCM undergraduate)
- $63,742 (average starting salary for Scholars of Distinction)
- $101,273 (average starting base salary for full-time MBA graduate with SCM concentration)
2020 Job & Internship Fairs
- Monday, February 3 — Supply Chain Managment Career Expo
- Monday, September 28 — Engineering/STEM Fair
- Tuesday, September 29 — Supply Chain Management Fair
- Wednesday, September 30 — Business, Retail and Government Fair
For more details and to register contact Mary Mahoney, Assistant Director, UT Center for Career Development at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supply Chain Forum Exclusive Benefits
We also provide our supply chain forum members with additional opportunitites to meet and recruit students. Fill out this form and select "Recruiting" to learn more.
Early Access Networking Night
Meet with SCM students at this exclusive event the evening before the SCM Career Fair each fall.
Speed Networking at the Supply Chain Forum
Twice a year, meet one-on-one with a select group of undergraduate students. Get resumé books, begin career conversations, and identify potential candidates for your company.
Supply Chain Forum Receptions
Connect with colleagues at two forum receptions and network with our most accomplished graduate students and undergraduate SCM majors, including Scholars of Distinction.
CSCMP Student Organization
Supply Chain Forum partners have priority access to speaking engagements and networking opportunities at UT’s student chapter of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP). CSCMP is a professional organization providing networking, career development, and educational opportunities to the SCM community.
Lunch and Learn Events
Meet with 10-15 top-performing students who meet your company’s specific criteria. At this niche event, inform students about supply chain opportunities with your company, respond to questions, and enjoy connecting with some of our best students!
Our students love opportunities to connect and learn from supply chain professionals. Share your expertise and career experience with students eager to learn first-hand about the SCM profession. This event can be tailored to serve as a professional development opportunity or a recruiting event. It can be open to all SCM students or a select few. Your choice!
NeXxus - Connecting Women in SCM
SCM professionals speak on their experiences and offer advice and guidance to the next generation of women in supply chain. Forum partners have first access to speaking and mentoring opportunities.
Only Supply Chain Forum members have the opportunity to speak in SCM classes. Please connect with GSCI before the semester begins (July/Nov) to coordinate topics and dates.
Haslam College of Business Employer of the Day
Employer of the Day is an optimal way to put your organization’s name in front of business students in a casual setting. Through this free program, employers set up a booth in the Haslam College of Business atrium to present opportunities and showcase their brand.
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