Oracle to Recruit New Graduates from Mason School of Business

The College of William & Mary, Raymond A. Mason School of Business is proud to announce a new recruitment partnership with Oracle, a Fortune 100 technology leader headquartered in Silicon Valley. Oracle aims to hire 30-plus exceptional early career graduates from Virginia institutions, including Hampden-Sydney College, University of Richmond, Virginia Military Institute, and Washington & Lee University.

This partnership, spearheaded by Hampden-Sydney College, will focus on entry-level candidates with 0-2 years of professional experience seeking high tech experience.

Interested students are encouraged to attend an informational session to meet with Oracle recruiters and learn more about the company's unique career opportunities. The first session will be held at the University of Richmond on November 16, 2015.

"We are delighted to be a part of this consortium as we understand recruiters have limited resources and are deploying unique ways to connect with talented students," said Chequeta Allen, Executive Director of the MBA Career Management Center at the Raymond A. Mason School of Business at The College of William & Mary. "Without these new and creative strategies, both students and employers would miss vital networking and career-building connections and conversations."

Oracle is one of the world's largest manufacturers of software and hardware, employing a global workforce of over 130,000. The company enables its more than 400,000 customers in 145-plus countries to accelerate innovation by engineering hardware and software to work together - in the cloud and in the data center.

The College of William and Mary, located in Williamsburg, Virginia is one of the nation's premier public universities and believes that excellence in teaching is the key to unlocking intellectual and personal possibilities for students. Dedicated to this philosophy, the College provides high-quality undergraduate, graduate and professional education that prepares students to make significant contributions to the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation.

As the second-oldest college in the United States and educational home to many American leaders, the College is revered as the "alma mater of a nation." Its School of Business embraces the entrepreneurial spirit that built the country atop a foundation of business, trade, and economics. Its revolutionary approach to business education with its personalized, experiential model invites energetic thinkers with a will to lead in creating a strong sustainable economy and thriving society.

CONTACT: Stephanie Joynes, 757-221-2955, info@mason.wm.edu