For many employers, the Office of Career and Professional Development provides a valuable means to help employers cut through the stacks of resumes, and find the perfect person to fill that open position. Our mission is to connect Southern students with their future — in other words, to link employers with students, interns, soon-to-be-graduates, and alumni who fit the job description and can contribute to a company's success.
In addition to connecting students with employers we provide opportunities for students to learn how to conduct a job search, develop a strong resume, and much more. We do this through our counseling staff, resource library, online resources, and strategic partnerships with both on-campus student organizations and employers. We encourage you to speak with our staff about what we can do to provide unique learning opportunities for our students that are compatible with your organization's mission and that help you to meet your recruiting goals.
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Involvement on Campus
Finding the right candidate is an important part of any organization's success. Here at Southern, we offer an array of opportunities to meet our students, and possibly your candidates. Learn more:
- On-campus interview program
- Career & Internship Fair
- Non-Profit Networking Event
- Information Sessions
On-Campus Interview Program
Southern's on-campus interview program offers employers a convenient and efficient way to interview professionally trained and skilled students right in our office. Recruitment dates are available during both the fall and spring semesters. Contact us to book an interview program.
Career and Internship Fair
Employers appreciate the opportunity to meet and interact with qualified students and alumni at our annual Career & Internship Fair.
Non-Profit Networking Event
The Office of Career and Professional Development holds a networking event that bring local employers representing all fields to campus. Students are able to explore various careers, internships, volunteer experiences, and learn about each organization. This event is strictly for non-profit organizations.
Meet potential candidates in an informal setting. Informational Sessions offer a unique opportunity to let students get to know who you are as an employer outside of the sometimes stressful parameters of a job interview. Contact us to book an information session.