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Employer Services

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.  To identify ways to make the most of your time at one of these events check out The Ultimate Career Fair Checklist For Employers.

Part-Time Networking Job Fair
9/6/17 ~ 11:30am - 1:00pm

Networking Career Fair
10/18/17 - 9:00am - 12:00pm

Engineering Networking Career Night
2/21/18 ~ 4:30pm - 6:00pm

Education Networking Career Fair
3/2/18 ~ 10:00am - 12:00pm

Summer Employment Fair
April 2018  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

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.