Recruiting CCM Students

The School of Concrete and Construction Management has many opportunities to connect students and employers for part-time work, internship opportunities, and full-time career positions upon graduation.  Below are several ways to connect with candidates.  View our Events Calendar to see a current list of events.  To learn more about any of these or to get on the School's Recruiting Newsletter email list, contact Nicole Green at or call 615/904-8599.

Job Postings

Students who have declared Concrete Industry Management or Construction Management as a major will automatically be added to an email list to receive notifications of opportunities available to you.  Employers can email openings for current students, upcoming grads and/or experienced alumni to for posting. 


The School is glad to help your company host a social during the academic year.  Socials are company-sponsored meals, in which representatives present information about their company; their area of the industry, geography, and opportunities available to students.  These are great learning tools, giving students a snapshot of different areas of the industry, different positions available as well as companies that support our programs.  Typically employers that host a social will conduct interviews for internships or full-time opportunities later in the day or the following day. If your company is interested in hosting a social, contact Nicole Green at or call 615/904-8599.

Fall Networking Event 

10/19/2022 - Click here to register

Each fall semester, the School hosts a Networking Event.  This event is similar to a career fair but we encourage all employers, even if not actively hiring for openings, and all students, even if not currently seeking an internship or full-time job to attend.  It is low cost for the employer and allows recruiters to quickly learn more about our programs and student population.  This event is designed to introduce students to the wide variety of employers they may find employment with upon graduation.  It is as much about gathering information and contacts as it is to find an opportunity that semester. Nearly 200 students attend annually.

Spring Interviewing Day

Each spring, in late February or early March, the School hosts the Interview Day to connect students with internships for the upcoming summer and to start discussions with seniors for upcoming career positions.  In the morning, companies reserve a table and will spend several hours in rapid-fire interviews with students seeking summer learning opportunites.  This is a quick and easy way to meet with candidates for summer internships.  Interviews are all morning with a lunch for all students and employers to allow for further conversation or arrange interviews later in the day.  The afternoon is set up similarly but with slower, scheduled interviews with seniors of all majors.

Check out this quick video to see the speed interviewing portion in action!