The Career Crossings Office is more than happy to assist you in recruiting Saint Mary's students and alumnae through easy and convenient on-campus recruiting services. Traditional services include on-campus interviews, information tables, information sessions and classroom presentations. Often times, employers will conduct on-campus recruiting events in partnership with the University of Notre Dame Career Center in order to maximize their recruiting efforts. So, if you are planning a visit to the area to recruit at Notre Dame and would also like to recruit at Saint Mary's, please contact us!
To get started with on-campus recruiting services, please Stacie Jeffirs, Director of the Career Crossings Office at (574) 284-4775 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), all employing organizations who recruit at Saint Mary's College must abide by NACE's Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals.
On-campus interviews are a great way to connect with students at Saint Mary's College in order to conduct pre-screening or first-round interviews. In general, at least three weeks notice is needed to schedule an on-campus interview in order to allow enough time to market your visit and generate enough interest to ensure a visit that maximizes your recruiting efforts.
All employers who conduct on-campus interviews at Saint Mary's must follow the Policies and Procedures set-forth by the Career Crossings Office.
The Student Center is a great location to be able to reach a high volume of students while you are on campus. Generally, organizations and companies will set up a table with information for students outside of the Noble Family Dining Hall over the lunch hour. By doing so, you will have access to a variety of Saint Mary’s students from academic disciplines and backgrounds.
Although information sessions tend to be less popular with organizations that may not be as established on the campus at Saint Mary’s College, these are available upon request. Generally, our office will need two or more weeks to schedule information sessions and market the program to our students.
Arrange a Classroom Presentation
Finding a captivated audience of students with a specific major can best be found within the classroom. Some professors are willing to invite employers to their class sessions to either discuss current trends, industry specific information, specifics about the company, or general industry job search information. No matter the topic area, interacting with students on this level is not only fun but also beneficial for building your brand on campus and generating possible interns or new hires.