Office of Career Management Annual Report
The commitment of the Office of Career Management is to exceed expectations and provide highly personalized services to develop the best-prepared job-seekers and be every employer's favorite place from which to recruit. Each year's annual report provides a snapshot of our success in meeting this goal.
2013-2014 Annual Report
The 2013-2014 Fisher College of Business Office of Career Management Annual Report marks the 20th year of providing a comprehensive overview of the successes of our students and corporate partners. It also marks 20 years since Max Fisher dedicated his resources to his alma mater through both a monetary gift and a vision.
2012-2013 Annual Report
The 2012-2013 data and outcomes are testaments to the hard work and dedication of our students, faculty, staff, and alumni; and, are a true visual of the corporate partnerships many have forged with Fisher College of Business.
2011-2012 Annual Report
Holding true to our mission of providing highly personalized services to develop the best prepared job seekers, we have made many improvements to our programs for students this year. Our corporate relationships and new partnerships have resulted in huge benefits for both Fisher students and our employer partners.
2010-2011 Annual Report
As you read through our annual report, there is a strong feeling of confidence from employers and students in both the economy and job opportunities. We are proud of our student's achievements in the classroom, in their leadership efforts across campus, and in their management of successful job searches.
2009-2010 Annual Report
In spite of a slowly recovering economy and cautious employment outlook, 2009-2010 saw a 20% increase in the number of companies recruiting on campus, and a 40% increase in the number of interviews conducted. With a clear focus on indicators of potential employment growth in select industries, we continue to position Fisher as a primary destination for recruiting.
2008-2009 Annual Report
Fisher College was not "recession proof," however we were "recession ready" with students who were diligent in their planning and faculty, staff, and stakeholder groups who were vigilant in their support. It was a privilege for the Ofﬁce of Career Management to harness all of this energy, up against great economic challenges, in offering opportunities for our students to succeed.