RelishConnect Virtual Career Conference

A virtual career event for MBAs and Specialized Business Masters candidates hosted by RelishCareers, featuring premier employers and top graduate business schools

October 13-14th 2022

What's Included for Candidates

This two-day virtual conference offers networking opportunities, speaker sessions, webinars, and - for All-Access registrants - exclusive 1-on-1 recruiter chats

1-1 Chats with Recruiters

(All-Access Registrants Only)

In our virtual Exhibit Hall, All-Access registrants can visit employer booths, learn about their open internships and full-time roles, and start direct chats with recruiters from participating employers.

All-Access Passes are available for free to students from RelishConnect school sponsors or can be purchased upon completing registration.

In addition to 1-on-1 chats, an All-Access Pass provides the following perks:

  • Early access to event job postings

  • Exclusive access to recordings of event speaker sessions

  • Inclusion in our Candidate Resume Book shared with employer sponsors

  • Entry into our door prize raffle, where you might win something really cool

Hundreds of Internships and Jobs

In addition to positions posted at employer booths in the Exhibit Hall, all registrants receive access to the Relish Connect Job Directory. which contains hand-picked opportunities and will feature:

200+ Master's-level Jobs & Internships
Opportunities from 70+ Employers
60% Full Time / 40% Internships

20% of Postings Offering Visa Sponsorship
Wide Range of Industries & Functions

Full Conference Schedule

2022 Employer Sponsors

The following employers are sponsors for the 2022 RelishConnect Conference








Additional employers may be added as the event approaches, and registrants will also have access to hundreds of jobs from dozens of other top-tier Master's-level employers.

2022 School Sponsors

The following schools are sponsoring the 2022 RelishConnect Conference

University of Michigan - Ross School of Business

The Ohio State University - Fisher College of Business

Fordham University - Gabelli School of Business

Lehigh University - College of Business

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University of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business

University of Rochester - Simon Business School

And additional candidates from the hundreds of top business schools in the RelishCareers network

Additional 2022 Sponsors

We're happy to partner with other stakeholders in the graduate recruiting space to provide additional content for the RelishConnect Conference

What our participants have to say

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Senior Associate Director, Career Coaching MSU - Broad

"RelishCareer's Virtual Career Fairs have been very successful. The events have offered a way for students to get in front of many employers, connect with them virtually, and apply for their positions. Relish's employer reach and virtual capabilities make them a great partner to deploy virtual recruiting strategies."

Associate Director, Business Development, Career Center Minnesota - Carlson

"We enjoyed participating in the RelishCareers Virtual Career Fair. The Relish team is organized, tech savvy, and helpful with employer outreach. Our students were excited to engage with a wide pool of employers. With Relish's hands-on support, the employers were well prepared for the event."                 

Talent Acquisition Lead Wells Fargo

"The RelishCareers virtual career fair we participated in was very successful. The event was well organized and provided Wells Fargo Talent Acquisition an opportunity to connect with top talent interested in career opportunities within financial services. Our recruiters that participated enjoyed the ability to participate and experience overall. Thank you again RelishCareers Team for the invite!"

Campus Recruiting Team Verizon

""Relish has allowed Verizon to promote MBA roles in a timely and professional manner, and the webinars help make us more approachable. Through these webinars and messaging features, Relish provided us exposure to students that we would have not had access to otherwise."