Notre Dame Students Explore SAP Careers at Fall Recruiting Events
A few additional SAP professionals joined me to represent SAP at two University of Notre Dame Career Center events this week on campus. We were very busy meeting and talking with students for two days at the events described below. Students from a variety of academic disciplines visited our tables and demonstrated great enthusiasm for careers with SAP. In addition to building brand awareness, SAP is seeking candidates for the Sales and Pre-Sales Academy, MBA Impact Program, summer internships and the SAP Silicon Valley Next Talent Program. We connected with a number of students and collected resumes or electronic credentials that will be used in the next steps of the recruiting process.
I was fortunate to have help from SAP Colleagues Lloyd Burke and John Walusis, Notre Dame graduates who shared their personal SAP stories with current students. We asked two of our recent summer interns to stop by and help as well: Analisa Fontana and Owen Phelan both contributed personal stories and shared experiences from the recent summer. Two other recent interns are studying overseas this semester and therefore were unable to join us. The students shared great personal stories about SAP Fieldglass and the iXP intern program.
The following two events kept us busy on Tuesday and Wednesday:
- Meet the Firms (Technology Meet & Greet) – Tuesday September 5. This event was hosted by the ITM Club (from the Mendoza College of Business) and the Computer Science, Computer Engineering, and Electrical Engineering Majors (from the College of Engineering). Prior to the Fall Career Expo, the event included many of the different technology majors for a more informal opportunity to connect with students that have a passion for technology.
- MBA Career Meet & Greet – Wednesday September 6. Our team used this event to meet with a long line of interested MBA students. We explained our IMPACT rotational program along with other SAP opportunities and encouraged candidates to apply and share resumes.