🏢 Employer Site Visit: NorthPoint Development

Join the Bloch Career Center for an in person Employer Expedition to Northpoint Development!

Friday, April 19
9:00am – 11:00am
Lunch will be provided, please let us know of any dietary restrictions

Here is our plan for the day:

9:00-9:15a – Coffee & Breakfast Sandwiches

9:15-9:30a – Office Tour

9:30-9:45a – Remarks from CEO

9:45-11:00a – Career exploration with NP employees

There will be employers from the following departments, so any and all business students are welcome to attend!






WarehouseQuote (Supply Chain/Logistics)

NorthPoint Development Office
3315 North Oak Trfy
Kansas City, MO 64116
*Contact the Bloch Career Center for assistance with transportation to the site visit.

✔ Current & former UMKC Bloch students
✔ Students looking for jobs in finance and accounting
✔ Students interested in careers at NorthPoint Development

NorthPoint began as a commercial real estate developer specializing in industrial and multi-family development. Since 2012, NorthPoint has grown to become a family of seven companies spanning several industries. We specialist in commercial real estate, and are always looking to hire in accounting, sales, engineering, architecture, supply chain, data science, marketing, IT and computer science. https://www.beyondthecontract.com/job-board/

What is an Employer Expedition❓
An Employer Expedition is another name for site visit. It is an employer-hosted event where students physically visit the organization’s office. During a site visit, students will tour the office space, connect company professionals + alumni to learn about their experience, get a sense of office culture, and learn about job and internship opportunities. Site visits are FREE for students to attend and space is limited to ~20 students per visit.

Why should I attend an Employer Expedition❓
Employer Expeditions give students direct networking access to the organization. By attending, you’re showing a potential employer your serious interest in working for their company, which may result in additional consideration during resume review or interviewing.

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