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Engagement Opportunities

KPDC wants to partner with you and your company to create opportunities to engage with Krannert students. We are committed to helping you showcase your organization in meaningful ways that build your brand with Krannert students and serve your recruitment strategy.

Read on for details about how KPDC can help you craft student engagements, from connecting with student clubs, hosting a coffee hour, contributing in the classroom and more. 

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Get started

Let's get going! Schedule a call today with a member of the Krannert Professional Development Center team to learn about recruiting at Krannert.


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Prepare tomorrow's leaders

CareerBound, our new program designed to develop Krannert undergraduates into tomorrow’s leaders, can’t do what it does without you! Let’s talk about how you can be involved. 

To learn more about this new, award-winning program, please contact CareerBound Director Sarah Ratekin at

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Show off your company culture

Invite students to see your workplace in action! KPDC Career Treks take students to cities across the country to get a first-hand look at organizations. This is an opportunity to showcase your company's mission, values, and organizational culture, and meet students interested in internships or full-time positions. 

Let's talk travel plans. Contact Claudine Meilink, Director of Employer & Alumni Engagement, at

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Host a coffee hour

If you are looking for a relaxed yet professional student engagement opportunity, consider hosting a coffee hour. These highly attended events can be held in Krannert's Rawls Hall, making it convenient for students to stop by to talk. 

Contact KPDC Senior Administrative Assistant Jennifer Highland at to reserve your date!

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Connect with clubs

Krannert has more than 40 graduate and undergraduate student organizations, from the Society of Minority Managers to Women in Business to the Accounting Association and many more. Building relationships and supporting the clubs can help you increase awareness and find great candidates. 

Reach out to Erik Props, Associate Director of Employer Engagement, at to discuss connecting with our student clubs. 

Career fairs are another great opportunity to engage with students.

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