For Employers

If you’re an employer looking for polished, professional interns to add value to your business or organization, the College of Business and Economics offers just that.

college of business and economics student talks to employer about internships at the CBE career fair

You need talent. We’ve got it.

Our students are bright, hardworking and eager to put their knowledge and experiences to work at internships as well as part-time and full-time positions.  

Get Connected

If you're looking for students studying business, accounting or economics, you can recruit directly through the college in addition to the TU Career Center. Select an event to see details about this year's activities and how to participate.

REcruiting & engagement opportunities

Accounting Open House (fall)

2020 Event - Save the Date

Sept. 25, 2020
12- 3 p.m.
University Union, Chesapeake Rooms

Contact  if you have any questions. 

Each year, the college hosts more than 45 partner companies and organizations to network with students in the accounting program. This year's open house runs concurrently with CBE Career Ready Day (see below). The student attendance averages 300+ and all net proceeds benefit scholarships awarded to students within the program. Learn more about the open house.

CBE Fall Career Fair

Fall 2020 CBE Career Fair

Date & Time TBA

Cost to attend: $300 (lunch and parking included)

 Contact  if you have any questions. 

Spring Career Fair

2021 Spring  Career Fair

Date & Time TBA

Cost to attend: $300 (lunch and parking included)

 Contact  if you have any questions. 

This intimate career fair is for employers looking to network exclusively with students in economics, accounting, business administration and business systems and processes (BSAP).

On-Campus Interviewing

CBE Student Academic and Career Services assists in facilitating on-campus recruiting for partner companies. Interested participants may sign up for a full day to conduct on-campus interviews conveniently located in Stephens Hall. Promotion of the position(s) will take place in the weekly e-newsletter distributed to all 3,400+ CBE students. Targeted messages can be sent upon request.

There is no charge for this event when participating in the CBE Partner Program. Companies who are not a part of the CBE Partner Program will incur a $30.00 charge (this is an optional fee, which covers the cost of parking on campus (2 codes) and two meal vouchers for dining on campus). Please notify if you are opting out of the parking and meal voucher.

Payment must be received no later than one week prior to the date being hosted on campus.

Sign up for on-campus interviewing for Fall 2020

Tabling in Stephens Hall

CBE Partner companies are invited to “table” on the first floor of Stephens Hall, Monday through Thursday during the 9:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. or 12:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. timeframes, September 1-December 1 and February 1-May 1. Attendance is free. Sign up at any time. Guests access visitor parking on the first floor of the Glen Garage. The cost is $3.00/hr. - $12.00 max.

Promoting Positions

The office of Student Academic and Career Services communicates with all CBE students (3,400+) on a weekly basis via an e-newsletter including internship and career postings. To have your position promoted to CBE students, please email . All postings must first be approved by the TU Career Center and hosted in Handshake.

Get Started

Hiring interns or full-time employees?

Contact our dedicated career services team at  to learn more about our programs and begin recruiting our students. 

Why Hire CBE Students?

Our students are primed for the business world. At CBE, we provide experiential learning through the Business Excellence program, which is designed to prepare students for personal and professional success by focusing on essential knowledge, skills and attitudes with an emphasis on self-directed learning.

We find Towson students to be among the best trained, most competent students with the best work ethic in the Baltimore area, by far. ”

Janice Benenson, Heritage Financial Consultants, LLC

In the Business Communications course, students gain vital soft skills including presentation delivery, business writing and teamwork. Armed with these skills, students complete an approved internship for the capstone Professional Experience course-—a one-of-a-kind opportunity for both students and employers. While working at their internship in a professional setting, students concurrently reflect on their experiences in the classroom with their peers. Through this program—which is required for business administration, e-business and accounting majors—students make the transition from classroom to career.

For employers, the professional experience course functions similarly to a new-hire training program. While students are working for you, you will see them progress and improve over time.

TU Match

TU Match is a free, personalized placement program designed to help businesses fill internship and full-time positions. This premier service is offered to select companies looking to form long-term partnerships.

How does TU Match work?

Our career services team works with both you, the employer, and the student. Within TU Match, you will receive a one-one-one consultation with the director to identify roles and responsibilities for each position available to our students. Based on the qualifications for hire, positions are marketed to our diverse, talented and enthusiastic network of business students who are eager to contribute their strengths.

To see if your company qualifies to be a TU Match partner, contact our dedicated career services team at  to learn more.