Connect With Students

There are many ways to promote your organization and connect with Wake Forest students aside from information sessions and interviews.

Industry Presentations

Guest speakers from various fields are invited to make career development presentations as a way to educate students about the many careers available within their industry. Teach students what people love about working in your field and what students should do to become marketable candidates. We would enjoy having you as part of these programs.

Mock Interviews

Each fall, business and industry representatives come to campus to conduct practice interviews with students. Mock interviews are a great way to further develop your brand on campus, meet students and help students learn important interview skills.

Meetings with Faculty and Career Staff

We invite employers to meet with our faculty members and staff  in the Office of Personal and Career Development to learn about the Wake Forest curriculum and how best to promote their organization to specific majors. These meetings also educate professors and career counselors about your organization and opportunities so that they can better advise students.

Student Group Events

Student organizations often request industry representatives to speak to their groups. If you have an interest in a particular organization, you can contact them directly, or let us know and we can assist you in making the connection.

Corporate Sponsorship of Programs and Events

Each year organizations act as corporate sponsors at our events. Your organization’s name will be included in event advertising, and you will have the option to have representatives present at the event.

Employer Site Visits

If you are interested in sponsoring an employer site visit for Wake Forest students, we would be happy to discuss this with you.  Each year, Wake Forest students embark on employer site visits to learn more about various functions (finance, marketing, operations) and industries.


We welcome senior staff and executives to connect either one-on-one or in groups with our students.