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Recruiters & Companies - Recruit Darden Talent - Hiring Policies

Hiring Policies

The Darden School appreciates your commitment to hiring talent at Darden and willingness to partner with its faculty, students and Career Development Center (CDC).

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Darden believes that our combination of student and employer policies enables employers to develop valuable long-term relationships with the School and provides students optimal career opportunities.

The School's recruiting policies are references for any company recruiting Darden students in the academic year. The policies in the recruiting guide and outlined below have been developed to provide a fair recruiting process for all students, faculty and corporate recruiters.

Darden's 2019-2020 Recruiting Policies

  • Recruiting Start Dates

     

    Second Year (Full-Time Employment)

    Recruiting Events Begin: 3 September 2019
    Interviews Begin: 30 September 2019

     

    First Year (Internship)

    Recruiting Events Begin: 12 September 2019
    Interviews Begin: 6 January 2020

  • Interview Coordination and Support

     

    Darden will provide logistical support to first-round interviews only. Organizations planning to host second-round interviews on Grounds are responsible for conducting their own scheduling and logistics beyond the first round. Priority will be given to first round interviews for interview space.

    All companies must provide at least one alternate date for students and must be flexible with the student’s previously committed first-round obligations, and second-round interviews cannot conflict with classes. Darden has video conference capabilities and quiet space available for students to participate in video conference, web-based or phone interviews. Continental breakfast and lunch is provided to all interviewers.

  • Hiring International Students

     

    Darden has many talented, purpose-driven international students seeking full-time roles and internships. When recruiting on Grounds or creating a job posting, the CDC needs information on work authorization requirements in order to ensure that international and domestic students understand any constraints placed on positions. If work authorization requirements are not specified, open slots on interview schedules are automatically available to both domestic and international students.

    For more information regarding hiring international students, we encourage you to reference this easy guide to hiring international graduates and this guide on H-1B filing strategies, exemptions and alternatives.