Employers looking for a space to interview students on campus have a variety of options offered by the Career Center.
The Career Center has 12 readily available interviewing rooms. Should there be a need for more rooms, the Career Center can partner with New Student Services to get 11 additional rooms. Four of the 12 interview rooms are equipped with virtual capabilities.
To register for these events, please visit the Career Center website.
Internships are growing in their importance as a high-impact educational practice for college students and as an outcome indicator of industry partnerships. Although the need for internship outcome data is cited in multiple K-State 2025 plans, there has been no central assessment process to document when, where and with whom students are completing credit-bearing and co-curricular internships.
In his opening remarks on Nov. 4, K-State President Richard B. Myers told of the emotions he felt walking into a structure conceived in the 1920’s as a memorial to those who had served and lost their lives in World War I.
“It’s a solemn structure because it’s a memorial, but it has found new life,” he said.