The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) welcomes employers interested in engaging with our students and alumni through a variety of programs and opportunities. Our team is committed to extending top-level service to our employer partners, and to helping you market your organization, company, or industry on our campus.
CCPD offers comprehensive services to ensure that you are able to identify, connect with, and interview the best fit candidates for your company. Our professional and knowledgeable staff will work with you to design a customized recruitment strategy that can include on-campus interviewing, information sessions, online job postings, career and internship fairs, and more.
For Employers and Recruiters - PLEASE NOTE - If you are posting job opportunities for Mercer Law School students and alumni, go here.
All offices use Handshake to manage employer and student interaction. This centralized system is the only place you need to post positions, request information sessions, register for events, and schedule on-campus interviews.
The Center for Career and Professional Development is committed to connecting recruiters with students and alumni. Our goal is to assist you with increasing your organization's visibility on-campus, as well as identifying potential candidates. We look forward to working with you to help you meet your recruitment needs.
To see information on recruiting fairs and other events go here.
Ways to Recruit on Campus
If you are interested in visiting our campus to connect with our students and alumni, there are several different approaches we can help you with. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com to arrange one of the following (at least two weeks notice is required):
- Setting up a recruitment/information table in our student center lobby
- Speaking to a class or student organization
- On-campus interviewing
On-campus interviewing (OCI) offers employers the opportunity to screen candidates for further consideration for positions within the organization. Employers may choose from several different recruiting models that provide varying degrees of control over who you will interview during your visit to Mercer.
During these sessions, employers make presentations on topics that include the organization's career opportunities, culture, and products or services. We will publicize these sessions to the appropriate audience based on the information provided in the Information Session request which can be filed through Hankshake.
The Center for Career and Professional Development at Mercer University is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and abides by the guidelines of professional standards and ethics as outlined by the NACE. We encourage our professional associates and students to follow these same guidelines.
Third-party recruiters may post positions for employment candidates, but must inform our recruiting professionals of the actual employer and position before the job will be posted.
The professional staff of CCPD reserves the right to decline postings that require a financial investment by our students, or postings for positions that may involve unreasonable risks where known, or postings for positions that conflict with the NACE principles of professional conduct.