Undergraduate Student Talent
Students EmployedClass of 2020 accepted offers within 3 months of graduation*
Average Base SalaryClass of 2020*
Students with InternshipsPaid or for credit (Class of 2020)
*Note: Class of 2020 full-time outcomes were significantly impacted by COVID-19. Please review our Class of 2019 Employment Report for a more representative view of BBA full-time and internship outcomes.
The quickest and easiest way for you to highlight your job opportunity is to use Handshake, a portal that reaches all Emory undergraduate students and alums 1-2 years post-graduation.
Register on Handshake. You must create a profile and connect with Emory’s account.
Once your profile is approved, Handshake allows you to manage your undergraduate recruiting activities at Emory:
- Receive a résumé bundle of students that apply to open positions
- Search and message students and recent alumni who have made their profiles public
- Submit a request to host a company presentation or an on-campus interview
If you have questions or problems with Handshake, contact the Emory Career Center at 404-727-6211.
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BBA Career Policy FAQ
Students can apply directly for jobs and internships through your company website if they also apply to the job via Handshake.
No. To ensure you are selecting candidates that meet your organization's screening criteria, refer to the APPLICANTS tab attached to each position within your on-campus schedule on Handshake.
All on-campus interviews for undergraduate students are held at the Emory Career Center, please note that all on-campus interviews will be conducted virtually for Spring 2021. We can assist employers in building schedules at your offices, provided you use Handshake to facilitate off-campus interviews.
An official job or internship offer should be in written form and contain the position title, salary, start date, and work location. Note: We advise employers to demonstrate flexibility and a willingness to allow students adequate time to make a sound and informed decision; students respond better to these interactions than ones in which they feel pressured.
If you are required to revoke a job offer that a student has accepted because of changing conditions within the company, the student is entitled to a fair and equitable course of action including but is not limited to: financial assistance and outplacement service.
Students are urged to immediately release offers they do not plan to accept. Reneging on an offer is a serious violation of the Emory Career Center's policies and results in the loss of all alumni and career services privileges for the student.
Please inform the Emory Career Center of all employment offers (internships or permanent positions) extended to students. We strive to maintain accurate statistics regarding student job offers, acceptances and salary but can only do that if we are kept in the loop. Your company employment records are kept strictly confidential and used only for statistical purposes.