When it comes to your recruiting approach, you have many options. The Mount Holyoke Recruiting team is here to help you design your strategy, whether you plan to visit campus or recruit students remotely.
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Host an information session on campus and increase your visibility to students. Information sessions are particularly successful when held in advance of job application deadlines. If you would like to offer refreshments supplied by the college at your information session, contact the Mount Holyoke Conference and Events Services at 413-538-2333 with three weeks advance notice. If you'd like to provide food from a local off-campus vendor, you can have it delivered on the day of the event and the recruitment team will help direct you. We will arrange for audio–visual equipment, on an availability basis, requested at the time of scheduling.
Participate in a career fair sponsored by Mount Holyoke. You may sign up to participate in the MHC Career Jam on February 20th. This career development and networking event will bring together a select group of students, recruiters, and local leaders around a pressing and real-world question involving regional workforce development and retention.
Employer Registration | Community Leader Registration
We will arrange for a table for in in our busy student center, Blanchard Hall. Increase your visibility, distribute information on your organization, and talk in an informal setting with our students to garner interest in your job openings.
On-Campus Interviews (OCI)
On-Campus interviews begin in October and end at the culmination of spring semester. Contact Kelly Uccello to post a job description and application deadline in our employer database, reserve a space to conduct interviews, and help with the applicant pre-screening and scheduling process.
Virtual On-Campus Recruiting
We understand that not all employers will be able to make it out to our campus. Ask us about setting up Skype or Phone interviews hosted in our space.
Resume Collection & Referral
Resume collections and referrals are another excellent option for employers who cannot make it to campus. Your opening is posted in our database, we advertise your post and collect application materials for you, and you set your own interview schedule. Your interview may include a scheduled phone screen and/or on-site interview on your premises.