George Mason UniversitySchool of Business


Welcome to George Mason University School of Business!

Thank you for your interest in learning more about opportunities for employers to get involved with students in the School of Business. The following information will help you discover the programs and services available to link employers with students in our graduate and undergraduate programs.

Whether you are seeking a top-level executive or a summer intern, you’ll see that the School of Business educates students who are bright, resourceful, and prepared to make immediate contributions to your organization’s mission.

Why Hire a School of Business Student?

The School of Business focuses on student career success in a global business work, whether graduates work for a Fortune 500 company or for themselves as entrepreneurs.

Of the more than 2,000 business programs worldwide, George Mason’s School of Business is one of only 190 institutions with AACSB International accreditation in business and specialized accreditation for accounting programs.

The School of Business is ranked in the top 10 percent of AACSB-accredited business schools by U.S. News & World Report.

School of Business students gain experience in a global business environment not only through academic courses, but also through experiential learning and participation with nationally recognized student clubs and organizations.

Get Involved:

Recruit New Talent

Post opportunities to Handshake

Handshake is an online system that allows employers to post jobs and internships. Review Mason’s posting guide here:


Conduct on-campus interviews

Employers can schedule a date to interview students on campus. On-campus interviews are managed through Handshake.

Attend a Career Fair

Employers can showcase opportunities and meet with students from the entire campus community. Career Fairs are held in the fall and spring semester.

Post on the Business Buzz Blog

Do you have an opportunity that is specific to a School of Business student? If you have an open position that you believe School of Business students will be interested in, let us know.

Be an Employer in Residence

Deliver career advice to our students as part of the Employer in Residence program.

Network With Students

Be a panelist in our ProfessionalQuest Series

Participate in a panel presentation geared toward business-related career fields. All panel presentations are followed by time to network with students.

Become a Mentor

Mason Mentors is George Mason University’s School of Business official online community where students connect with fellow Mason alumni, faculty/staff, and professionals to gain support and perspective as they navigate their careers. Mason Mentors supports current students and alumni as they collaborate and grow professionally through an array of dynamic connections.

If you are interested in becoming a mentor for School of Business students, please visit the Mason Mentors website for more information.

Network with Graduate Students

Take part in networking with graduate students by attending our annual Graduate Student/Employer Summit.

Conduct an Information Session

Schedule an evening session to meet with graduate students on Arlington campus.

Judge a Capstone Case Competition

See our students in action as you judge the semester presentations from the Advanced Business Models course.

Interact with a School of Business Student Organization

Meet with club members by presenting an organizational brief or participating in club events.

Retain your Brand with the School of Business

Become an Event Sponsor

As a sponsor, you stand side-by-side with the School of Business as we inspire and teach the next generation of the workforce. Learn more about 2020 sponsorship opportunities.

For more information, contact Director of Advancement & Alumni Relations Christina Spring at cspring4@gmu.edu.

Host an Industry Crawl

Bringing students to an employer’s place of work allows them to experience operations first-hand.

Host an Event

Let our office work with you to create a customized event. A few examples include sponsoring an ice cream social, hosting on-campus office hours, hosting a brown bag lunch to name a few. The possibilities are endless.


For more information on these programs/opportunities, please contact:

Kerry Willigan, Assistant Dean of Career Services