Often, employers reach out directly to University departments with job postings. We encourage you to forward these requests to the Career Development Center for potential inclusion in our database. This ensures that all students have equitable access to opportunities and that each employer has multiple connections to Spalding University which helps to build partnerships.
We encourage employers to list all open positions and internships on our College Central Network virtual job board. This allows uo to maintain relationships with organizations and invite them to Career Development events like the Career Expos. If you are contacted by and employer, or want to refer an employer, feel free to send them the contact information for the Career Development office and send them the link to our Employers section of our page.
The Career Development Center will host numerous events and programs for Spalding University students throughout the year. Many of these events are connect with specific fields and academic concentrations and provide significant opportunities for departmental co-sponsorship.
By joining us in presenting student programming, you can provide greater visibility for your department and facilitate more streamlined promotion of those events most relevant to your students. Opportunities include:
Guest Speakers and Panel Discussions
Facilitating Skill Building Workshops
Reach Out to Explore Opportunities!
Please contact us to discuss the range of Career Development workshops and programs. We would be delighted to speak with students in your department about various aspects of career planning, including:
Check out our full calendar of Career Development events and encourage students to attend workshops to increase their skills and build their professional network!
Level-Up Your Career: Learn career skills, tips and tricks that will help you land the job and be successful!
Career Connections: Panel Discussions from industry professionals! There will be a different industry each month.
Adulting Academy: Adulting is hard and there are some things you never learn in class. This series is here to help you learn skills in everything form personal finance to being social media savvy!