Let us connect you with our student and alumni community through one or more of our recruiting opportunities on-campus. To get started:

Information Tables

Seeking an easy opportunity to raise awareness of your organization on campus? The Career Development Center offers free information tables to employers throughout the fall and spring semesters. Information tables are typically offered Monday through Thursday over the lunch hour (Noon to 1 p.m.). For available dates and times, visit our Employer Info Tables page.

Job Fairs and Career Days

The Career Development Center offers general job fairs as well as program-specific recruiting opportunities for a fee. General job fairs are offered twice per year, and draw between 200-250 candidates (students, alumni and community members). Our smaller, targeted career days give you the opportunity to meet between 20-40 specific candidates in one or more of our many undergraduate and graduate programs.

Mentoring and Informational Interviewing

Join our mentoring community to directly impact students as they explore career paths and future opportunities. In your role, you can provide learning experiences that can be ongoing, or be of a single informational interview in person or by phone. As part of our mentoring and informational interviewing database, you’ll be matched to student candidates who will then reach out to you to schedule an in-person, phone or online meeting.

Mock Interviews

By participating in student mock interviews, you’ll build your connections on campus while providing a valuable service to students seeking to refine their interviewing skills. For mock interview sessions, you’ll receive candidate resumes, and in exchange, you’ll be asked to provide feedback to the candidates for their future development. Program-specific mock interview days are set up on an as-needed basis throughout the year.


Throughout the year, the university offers networking events to allow students the opportunity to practice their interaction skills and build their professional networks. As an employer, you’ll have the opportunity to meet and connect with students in a specific major or program area.

On-Campus Interviewing

On-campus interviews are an efficient way to identify and recruit candidates for potential internship and career opportunities. The Career Development Center will assist in advertising your positions to students, collecting resumes for your review, and coordinating your on-campus interview schedule. On-campus interview schedules are available every fall and spring semester, and must be arranged up to 4-6 weeks in advance to allow time to notify and schedule potential candidates.