The Career Management Center presents several opportunities for your organization to become involved in career services using a wide variety of helpful services. We focus on preparing students and alumni for significant and personally satisfying careers.
Career/Networking Fairs: Speak with students and alumni seeking internship, part-time, and full time employment; interview candidates in a relaxed environment; market your organizational opportunities; and recruit your next great employee.
Part-Time Networking Job Fair
9/7/16 ~ 11:30am - 1:00pm
Management & General Business Career Days
10/18/16 - 10/20/16 ~ Contact Us For Available Times
Management Information Systems & Accounting Career Days
11/1/16 - 11/3/16 ~ Contact Us For Available Times
Engineering Networking Career Night
2/15/17 ~ 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Education Networking Career Fair
3/3/17 ~ 10:00am - 12:00pm
Marketing & General Business Career Days
3/28/17 - 3/30/17 ~ Contact Us For Available Times
Finance & Economics Career Days
4/4/17 - 4/6/17 ~ Contact Us For Available Times
Summer Employment Fair
4/19/17 ~ 3:00pm - 4:30pm
MustangsHIRE.org: Our online job posting database. With this system, you can post the positions you have available at no cost to you . MSU students and alumni have access to your job posting 24-hours a day/7-days a week. Get started today by visiting http://www.MustangsHIRE.org.
On-Campus Interviewing: Let us help you with scheduling interviews. MSU students are eager to visit with you in a one-in-one setting either in our office or within the Clark Student Center. Just let us know when you would like to meet with our proud Mustangs!
On-Campus Recruitment: Schedule a time to have your company recruit students in one or more of the hub buildings on campus (Clark Student Center, Dillard Building, Moffet Library, etc.). We will supply you with a table and chairs. As part of your time at MSU, you might also like to schedule a lunchtime information session to further build your brand and promote your opportunities.
Professional Development: The Career Management Center conducts professional development activities for students and alumni. As an employer, your organization can teach a class about various workplace topics. Topics could include resume writing, interviewing skills, workplace ethics, and dining etiquette.