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On Campus Recruiting

SBC actively pursues talented new professionals to join our firm. We actively recruit on college campuses each fall through career fairs, meet the firm nights, and on-campus interviewing. Below is a step-by-step guide to ensuring we see you on  campus.

Step One

Come to your college's Career Fair prepared with some information about yourself and find our table. One of our team members will be glad to hear about your career goals while also letting you know a little more about SBC. (In the interest of preserving resources, we will no longer collect paper resumes at career fairs. You may choose to bring a resume; however, to showcase your talking points.)

Step Two

Sign up for an on-campus interview through your college's career website. If you are not sure how to do this, we recommend you ask your school's career center immediately following the Career Fair as we often conduct interviews within a couple of weeks. Our Recruiting Manager will contact you regarding completion of your SBC application for employment.

Step Three

Arrive to your scheduled interview on time with a copy of your resume. Representatives of SBC will be eager to speak with you. Please see our Tips for Success below.


Tips for Success

Have a resume that promotes you.

Make sure that your resume is up to date and includes relevant skills, awards, and extracurricular activities. Be prepared to hit the highlights when you speak to our recruiters. Your time at the career fair is brief; make it meaningful!

Be confident.

You know who you are and what you bring to the table. Let that shine through during the interview and the rest should fall into place. Be able to speak about your key experiences logically and with conviction... your competition will!

Do your research.

Do as much research about the firm before your interview as you can. This will help you to feel more confident when answering questions.

Connect with us on social media.

In addition to learning more about SBC, you can read our weekly Recruiter's Corner blog for job seeking advice!

Ask thought-out questions.

The most engaging conversationalists listen as much as (or even more than) they speak. Ask meaningful questions and really listen to our Recruiters. This is an opportunity for you to learn!

Don't be nervous.

We really aren't intimidating and you have plenty to showcase!