Recruiting Options

Tuck offers a multitude of ways for your organization to connect with Tuck MBAs.

In addition, we would be pleased to work with you to develop a custom event for your organization—breakfast, a sponsored talk, lunch with invited students, a wine event, a visit to your company. Let us know what you have in mind.


Tuck Associates Corporate Partners Program

Connect On-Campus

  • Interview Forums
  • Company Briefings
  • Office Hours and Coffee Chats
  • Workshops or Mock Interview Sessions
  • Tuck Student Clubs
  • Networking Nights
  • Fireside Chats

Connect Off-Campus

  • Career Fairs and Diversity Conferences
  • Company-Led Summer Programs
  • Webinars
  • Alumni Clubs
  • Industry Treks


Meet Tuck students on campus or online. Learn more about the interview process and bid and job-offer response policies.


The Tuck Associates Corporate Partners Program offers firms a unique opportunity to engage with Tuck and its students on multiple fronts. Tuck Associates provide financial support to the school and in doing so are able to broaden their presence at Tuck. Through priority contact, Tuck Associates firms are able to engage in a dialogue with the school that leads to broadly based, mutually beneficial relationships. Tuck Associates are also eligible to request dates for company briefings and interviews for the upcoming recruiting season two days earlier than open booking begins.

For more information on how your firm can participate in the Tuck Associates program, contact Dick Mosenthal at 603-646-8215 or at


Interview Forums

On-campus or online meetings with Tuck students

Company Briefings

Fifty-minute information sessions to educate students about your company, its people, your recruiting efforts, and internship and career opportunities

Office Hours and Coffee Chats

Additional ways to meet with students individually or in small groups before or after your event at Tuck

Workshops or Mock Interview Sessions

Company-sponsored ways to offer students valuable insights into your interview process

Tuck Student Clubs

Career, event-focused, sports, cultural, social, service, and special-interest student clubs.

Networking Nights

Career-fair-style, multi-industry networking events.

Fireside Chats

Informal ways to discuss a topic of interest or theme with students in one of Tuck’s "living-room" spaces


Career Fairs and Diversity Conferences

Opportunities for students to network with company representatives and each other

Company-Led Summer Programs

Industry-specific “summer camps” for students before they arrive at Tuck


Virtual company presentations using your virtual video platform or ours.

Alumni Clubs

Regional Tuck alumni clubs in the U.S. and around the world

Industry Treks

Career Development Office and student-run career club trips to industry hubs across the U.S. and abroad to meet with leading companies

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