Increase the chances that students and alumni will seek out employment with your organization through the following services and opportunities.
Establish an Internship/Co-op program
Interns often become excellent candidates for full-time professional positions within your organization. Student interns will describe your organization to classmates when they return to campus which can enhance your campus profile and potentially increase your applicants for part-time, summer, intern, and full-time professional positions. We have provided some helpful information online to assist employers in developing an internship program.
Participate in career programs
The The Career Center Center as well as the Purdue University Calumet Alumni Association offer a variety of programs throughout the year. Topics include career and major exploration, resume and cover letter writing, interviewing, business etiquette, and more. The support and point of view of employers can greatly enhance these programs. The Career Center also welcomes new and creative ideas for programs.
Become a mentor
Connect with our campus by becoming a mentor. All you need is an interest in working with students and a willingness to share personal insight into your profession. Maximize your organization’s visibility by meeting with Purdue University Calumet students and faculty.
Place an ad in the Chronicle
Published weekly each semester, the Chronicle is the definitive means of communication for Purdue Calumet students. Consider placing a display or classified ad before you attend a career fair or visit campus to interview.
Connect with faculty
There are a number of ways that you can build bridges with faculty and staff at PUC. Serving as a classroom guest speaker is a great way to publicize your organization to Purdue Calumet students. Involvement in faculty research and corporate/academic partnerships also serve to enhance your organizations’ visibility on campus. The staff of The Career Center, 219-989-2600, would be happy to connect you with Purdue Calumet faculty.
Partner with Student Organizations
Foster relationships with students directly by connecting with our large and diverse number of student organizations. Campus organizations may want employers to provide information on their industry, organization, and recruiting procedures, as well as share advice on resume writing, interviewing, and job search strategies. To connect with student organizations.
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