September

      • Sep 20, 2019 Computer science career fair gives students and companies a distinctive edge

        For Case Consulting, a Leesburg, Virginia, software services company serving the needs of the federal government and private industry, the career fair serves as an ideal way to scout for their summer internship program. Owner Paul Farmer, a Virginia Tech accounting and information systems graduate in the Pamplin College of Business, explained this is the only career fair where he recruits in person.

      • Sep 11, 2019 Virginia Tech's "Super Bowl" of job recruiting attracts thousands

        The line at Squires Student Center was out the door on the morning of Thursday, September 5 as students arrived for the Fall 2019 Business Horizons career fair. Regarded by many as Virginia Tech’s “Super Bowl” of job recruiting, the event consistently yields large numbers of students, companies, volunteers, and opportunities; and last week’s event was no exception. More than 3000 students attended the fair and its events for the chance to network among a lineup of over 140 companies. Hokies came prepared to make a good impression and the strong turnout resulted in more than 500 next-day interviews following Thursday’s event.

      • Sep 04, 2019 Pamplin kicks off the new semester

        Over 700 Pamplin College of Business faculty, staff, students, and guests – including numerous four-legged friends – gathered on the Holtzman Alumni Center Lawn on Friday, August 30, to “kickoff” the new academic year.

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      • Sep 04, 2019 Virginia Tech hosts Global Entrepreneur Challenge for 10th year

        The competition, held at The Inn at Virginia Tech, was part of a 10-day celebration of student entrepreneurship. Teams were housed by local families, spent interactive time with successful technology companies, and enjoyed fellowship with Virginia Tech students. Some of the activities included tours of the Virginia Tech campus and Virginia Tech Transportation Institute, educational workshops, and shopping in Roanoke and Blacksburg.

      • Sep 03, 2019 Corps of Cadets alumnus Capt. William Chung named Boston College game Hokie Hero

        U.S. Army Capt. William Chung, a 2015 Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets alumnus who earned a degree in marketing management from the Pamplin College of Business and a minor in leadership studies from the Rice Center for Leader Development, was selected as the Hokie Hero for Saturday’s football game against Boston College.