On-Campus Recruiting

Through Business Career Center staff, who specialize in serving specific industries, as well as a network of faculty liaisons to each major, the Business Career Center helps employers publicize their organizations and recruit Marquette University students and graduates.

In addition to the opportunities below, build your organization's campus brand and develop business students’ career readiness by supporting the Business Career Center.  To discuss these opportunities, please contact the Business Career Center at 414.288.7927 or businesscareers@marquette.edu.   

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Posting Jobs & Internships
On-Campus Interviews
Publicity and Events
Career Event Calendar
LEAD Career Course Involvement

Student Organizations
Connect with Faculty & Centers
Mentoring Students
Additional Involvement Opportunities
Campus Partners
Recruiting Tech at Marquette

Post Jobs & Internships

Through Handshake, employers may post descriptions for intern and full time employment opportunities and schedule on-campus interviews.  This resource is free for employers.

On-Campus Interviews

Recruiting through on-campus interviews is an excellent way to connect with talented students and enhance your organization’s on-campus brand.  The majority of on-campus interviews will be held in the Career Services Center’s professional interview suites.  Business Career Center staff are happy to discuss on-campus interview processes with you and to schedule a visit to Marquette University!  On-campus interview requests may be entered through Handshake.

Publicity & Events

Business Career Center staff are happy to help organizations visit campus to connect with and recruit students.  There is no charge for these services.  Please contact our office to discuss scheduling.

Event Publicity: When classes are in session, the BCC emails students with a weekly newsletter.  The newsletter is sent on Sunday evenings and publicizes events offered for the following 9 days: Monday of the immediate week through Tuesday of the following week.  Virtual and in-person events posted to Handshake by the Wednesday will be considered for the newsletter, which is created on Friday mornings.  Questions: contact businesscareers@marquette.edu.

Schedule a Publicity Table (not recommended for spring 2021): Organizations may reserve a table in the College of Business Administration entry or first floor lobby. Publicity tables are most effective when an organization is promoting the company and an opportunity (a job, internship, case competition, office visit, etc.). To schedule a publicity table, the Business Career Center requires that employers:

  1. Post a job or internship opportunity or event (case competition, open house, etc.) within Handshake.
  2. Comply with the principles for professional practice as outlined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
  3. Not charge fees to the student to apply to or begin working with the organization.

Promotion: To promote your visit to campus, Business Career Center staff will:

  • Post your table date, time and recruitment focus to the Handshake career website.
  • Include your table in the weekly newsletter emailed to all business students for the two weeks prior to your table.
  • Highlight your table in a PowerPoint slide shared with faculty announcing events within the coming week.  Faculty will often post these slides to course websites or at the beginning of class.

Scheduling Considerations: Most organizations will visit campus for 3-5 hours.  We recommend scheduling a table Mondays-Thursdays as fewer classes are scheduled on Fridays.  To consider your lobby table dates and times to align with students in specific courses or majors, please consider reviewing the MU class schedule website.  Student traffic is busiest during the times between classes.  Starting your lobby table 15-20 minutes before a time when classes change is a way to efficiently maximize your time on campus.

Reservation Maximums: To provide opportunities for students to connect with a range of employers, the Business Career Center will schedule a maximum of three lobby table dates per organization prior to October 15th and March 15th. After October 15th and March 15th, organizations may schedule additional lobby tables as availability permits. 

Next Steps: Please respond to this email or call our office at (414) 288-7927 to share the dates and times you would like to consider for your table. 

Host an Information Session

Organizations may reserve a room in the business school or University Career Services Center for an information session. Organizations often host information sessions before an application deadline or in the day or two before an on-campus interview. For spring 2021, we strongly advise hosting your information session virtually utilizing MS Teams, Zoom, WebEX, etc. Please contact our office if you have questions.

Working with the Business Career Center staff to schedule your event.
We look forward to working with organizations to schedule recruitment and branding events on campus.  We will be best able to help with scheduling and publicity for lobby tables and information sessions with at least two weeks' notice.  Events may be scheduled with less notice, but as a result, there will be less time for publicity.

If your organization is interested in creating a new or larger-scale campus event, confirming the date and goals with the Business Career Center one month prior to the start of each semester will enable us to help your organization most effectively (especially for events that will require multiple room reservations and a larger campus catering order).  For larger events, the campus catering menu and AV rental costs are listed on the Event Management website 

Career Fairs & Event Calendars

Employers participate in numerous career-focused events each year.  Please review regularly-occurring events within the College of Business Administration through the links below and contact Business Career Center staff if you have any questions.  

LEAD Career Course Involvements

The LEAD 1050, 2000 and 3000 career courses are required of all College of Business Administration undergraduates and provide great opportunities for employers to connect with and support students. Spring 2021 opportunities include:

  • LEAD 3000 Practice Interviews:The LEAD 3000 course consists of mainly juniors and seniors, and all students complete a practice interview to enhance interview preparation with industry-specific feedback.  Within 40 minutes with each student, employer volunteers interview students for 25 minutes and then give the student feedback on their interview skills and resume.  There is no pressure for an employer to make any type of offer to the student regarding an internship or job, but volunteers are most welcome to take advantage of the connection by following up with students who make excellent impressions!  Spring 2021 interviews will be conducted virtually on Feb. 8, 10, 11 and 12.  Morning (9am-noon), afternoon (1-4pm) and full day (9am-noon & 1-4pm) time slots are available.  If you are interested in supporting students' interview preparation, please contact Karen Rinehart.
  • Additional Course Involvement Opportunities are available through the Business Career Center Employer Engagement Program.  Please contact Karen Rinehart to discuss this opportunity further.

Student Organizations

Attending Student Organization Meetings is an excellent way to meet with students in focused group settings.

Connect with Faculty & Centers

Target undergraduate students whose majors are of interest to your corporation by connecting with one of our five departments or programs. Target graduate students by connecting with our Graduate School of Management. Faculty members are always interested in interacting with employers who can share business experiences with students.

Mentoring Students

Build your company’s brand on campus and impact students.  The Mentor Program provides an excellent opportunity for students in the junior class to learn about the world of business from a professional.  Professionals with at least five years of experience are encouraged to learn more and volunteer.

Additional Involvement Opportunities

If your organization is interested in connecting with and supporting MU students and alumni through additional involvement opportunities, please contact Business Career Center staff. In the past, employers have reviewed resumes, offered practice interviews, hosted job shadow events or site tours, and offered scholarship opportunities. Business Career Center staff look forward to discussing your interests and goals with you.

Recruiting Tech at Marquette

Students build technical skills in numerous programs within the College of Business Administration and across the Marquette University campus.  The links below highlight IT-related programs across three Marquette University colleges and share details about annual recruiting events and campus contacts. 

Campus partners