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Hire a Sloan Student

After completing a rigorous management curriculum, Sloan students receive an MHA Degree from Cornell University and pursue work in many different health care sectors. Each year, we post hundreds of jobs on the Sloan student job board and host many companies.

We would love to talk with you about your need for talent and have provided below

  1. Contact Information
  2. Recruitment Groups
  3. Corporate Affairs Instructions
  4. Sloan Competency Model
  5. Summer Internship Placement

Contact us to:

  • Talk with our team and learn about the capabilities of our Sloan MHA graduates
  • Post a job or summer internship to one of our Sloan career boards
  • Conduct a corporate affairs event, either on-campus or via Zoom

Mariya Thompson, Director of Executive Education, Sloan Program in Health Administration

Sloan recruitment groups

We would be happy to post your career opportunity to one or more of our career boards

  1. Summer internships for first-year students
  2. Academic year part-time work projects for pay (or for credit)
  3. Fellowships for second-year students
  4. Jobs for second-year students
  5. Jobs for working professionals in the Sloan Executive MHA program
  6. Jobs for alumni who may be seeking senior positions


Sloan Corporate Affairs Event Information

  • Conduct an event online or on-campus. If coming to campus, your company will be provided with an office in the Sloan Suite and a classroom for your corporate presentation
  • Meet students
  • Present your company history, growth strategy, current initiatives, and talent needs
  • Share your job application instructions
  • Collect resumes and interview applicants
  • Contact


Sloan Competency Model


1. Business writing skills

2. Presentation skills

Leadership Skills and Relationship Management

3. Leading, communication with, and managing others

4. Change management

5. Ability for honest self-assessment

6. Problem solving and decision making

7. Working in teams


8. Personal and professional ethics

9. Emotional intelligence and critical thinking

Knowledge of the Health Care Environment

10. Health care issues and trends

11. Health care legal principles

12. Health policy

13. Population health and the social determinants of health

Business and Analytical Skills

15. Financial management and accounting

16. Organizational behavior and managing human resources

17. Strategic planning and analysis

18. Marketing

19. Information management

20. Operations management and quality and performance improvement

21. Quantitative skills

22. Planning and managing projects

23. Economic analysis and application

14. Cultural competence

Sloan leadership will provide each student with an individualized competency assessment that will be reviewed by the advisor and student on a quarterly basis.