Meet the Firms is virtual for Fall 2021!

ENGAGE with business students preparing for professions in accounting, business analytics, finance, human resources, marketing, management, sport management, and more!

CONNECT to future talent and promote your internship and career opportunities.

RECRUIT tomorrow's leaders to build your leadership pipeline.

We welcome employers and professional associations from diverse industry sectors including accounting, banking & financial services, insurance, consumer products, food and beverage, government & non-profit, healthcare, and more! 


Registration Deadline is Sept. 15, 2021



Get additional visibility and promotion by sponsoring Meet the Firms! Sponsorships include participation in the virtual career fair event, hosted on the Handshake platform, plus the benefits outlined below. Please contact our Career Management Center Director Margaret Roberts with any questions.

STANDARD Registration - $100  |  * A 50% discount from 2019 rate*

  • A 4-hour virtual career fair experience with business students in the Eberhardt School at University of the Pacific. Custom schedule creation on Handshake is available to all participating employers.

2020-21 LEADER Sponsor - $250  |  BEST VALUE package

In addition to the STANDARD registration virtual career fair experience, LEADER sponsors will receive the following:

  • One (1) pre-event digital ad in CMC's Career News email (weekly distribution 500+)
  • One (1) post-event digital ad in CMC Career News

Ten (10) sponsorships at this level are available. $100 off the 2019 rate!

2020-21 DIRECTOR Sponsor - $500  |  Premium EMPLOYER ADVERTISING

All the above benefits, PLUS:

  • Exclusive pre-event direct email promotion to 500+ students 
  • Company logo + career website click-thru featured in every CMC Career News email (500+ potential impressions weekly)
  • Logo featured on limited-edition student giveaway

Five (5) sponsorships at this level are available. $100 off the 2019 rate!



Questions: Contact Margaret Roberts, CMC Director