The Olin Business School grand re-opening of Simon Hall  also marked the grand opening of the new Management Communication Center (MCC) and Weston Career Cener Extension in Simon 121. The MCC will expand opportunities for Olin undergraduate, masters and MBA students

The hum of recruiters and students interacting and networking together in the Atrium of Knight Hall and Bauer Hall was at a high pitch on September 10th and 16th at the annual Olin Meet the Firms events hosted by the Weston Career Center.

Across both days, more than 100 firms and over 1,400 students gathered on all three levels of the Atrium to discuss future opportunities. Dean Gupta summed up the event last night, “Knight and Bauer were buzzing this evening with energy and excitement.”

The next step in the fall recruiting begins with on-campus interviews, information sessions, road shows, advising, mock interviews, etc. Watch OlinCareers and CAREERlink for details on all recruiting activities.

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Olin Business School and the Human Rights Campaign — the largest civil rights organization working to achieve equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Americans — hosted an LGBT Workplace Inclusion Conference at Washington University in St. Louis on Thursday, August 14th, 2014.

More than 50 attendees representing local firms, educational institutions, including WUSTL staff, faculty and students participated in the interactive session.   The conference focused on sharing best practices for making businesses and organizations fully inclusive of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people.

HRC LogoBeck Bailey, Human Rights Campaign Deputy Director of the Employee Engagement Workplace Equality Program discussed how organizations can gain a competitive advantage and improve their score on the HRC Corporate Equality Index, published annually by HRC.

Discussions on how to build a framework for equality, non-discrimination policies, equitable benefits and public engagement were also shared with the audience. The second half of the conference focused on how to build a transgender inclusive workplace, including an understanding of the individual transition process, implications for business, and best practices to secure transgender healthcare coverage.

Mark Brostoff, associate dean and director of Olin’s Weston Career Center, kicked off the conference.

Shea Gouldd, BSBA’17, tells Poets & Quants what it’s like to be a student at Olin and continue to run her business, Shea’s Bakery in Del Ray, Florida. shea'sbakeryShe started the bakery when she was 14 and has earned national recognition as a successful entrepreneur. We’re so proud to have Shea at Olin.

Welcome back to your sophomore year, Shea!

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Robust Job Market for Business Majors. Poets & Quants for Undergrads, July 15, 2014. Weston Career Center’s Brad McLeod says the BSBA Class of 2014 has had great success on the job market with the number of students reporting jobs at graduation four to five percent higher than last year. Story also appeared on


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