The Career Development Office (CDO) invites international, national and local employers to partner with us in identifying top Xavier business talent for your organization. Located in Smith Hall, the CDO serves as the career resource for current business students and alumni. Our Center works collaboratively with Xavier's Career Services Center in establishing strong employer connections and providing top-notch service to you in connecting with our students, alumni, faculty and staff.
Throughout our College, employers can meet with talented undergraduate and MBA students eager to take on internship and full-time opportunities throughout the country and the world. We invite you to investigate the opportunities listed below as you look to increase your campus involvement and build a strong recruiting presence. We work with employers to develop a customized plan of outreach that can maximize your visibility. For more information on the Williams College of Business and our students, please click here.
- Job/Internship Postings and Resume Books
- Career Fairs
- Meet the Firm Nights
- MBA Professional Networking Events
- Student Organizations
- Executive Mentor Program
- Advisory Boards
- Employer Strategy Sessions
- Guidelines and Conduct
Job/Internship Postings and Resume Books
Employers can post and manage their own FT and internship opportunities for free by registering with eRecruiting. This online database serves as the main avenue in which we post opportunities and is accessible to both our current students and alumni. Employers with eRecruiting accounts also have free access to electronic Resume Books containing the resumes of students and alumni. To access the site, please click here.
For additional information on how to proceed with posting opportunities, review our Employer eRecruiting Quick Start Guide and Xavier's Employment Opportunity Posting Guidelines for further instructions.
Many employers are turning to internship programs as a way to fill the recruiting pipeline with potential full-time talent. In these programs, the employer is able to free up permanent staff for special projects, build company visibility at Xavier University, gain fresh ideas from new talent, and become actively involved in educating today's students and tomorrows workers. For more information on our Internship Program, click here.
Xavier University offers a number of opportunities throughout the year for employers to connect with students and alumni. Our two largest events are our University-wide Fall Career Fair (typically in September) and our Spring Career Fair (typically in February). For more information about upcoming Fairs, click here.
Meet the Firm Events
Meet the Firm events are a great opportunity to share details about your organization and upcoming career opportunities to students and alumni. These events are often hosted through our academic departments and reach students through a discipline-specific Meet the Firms event that brings together multiple organizations seeking similar majors. For example, the Accounting Meet the Firms event typically takes place in early September.
Organizations can also choose to host their own event, highlighting your company specifically. We can partner with you to host day or evening sessions as an opportunity to connect with Xavier talent. For more information on Meet the Firms events, please contact or Cheryl Wilson (email@example.com).
MBA Professional Networking Events
Hosted throughout the year, networking events are designed to promote interaction between MBA students, alumni, corporate recruiters, executives and peers. For more information on upcoming events, visit our Events site.
The Williams College of Business has a number of student academic organizations. These organizations can serve as a great way for employers to connect with a targeted audience specific to your recruiting needs. Organizations include: Accounting, Economics, Entrepreneurial Studies, Finance, Human Resources, International Business, Management, Management Information Systems, Delta Sigma Pi and the Womens MBA Association. For more information on these organizations, visit our Student Involvement site.
Executive Mentor Program
Many of our undergraduate and MBA students are partnered with leading executives in the Greater Cincinnati area to network and establish connections in the business world. If interested in getting your organization involved with this program, visit our Executive Mentor site for further information on how to get started.
The Williams College of Business has partnered with several business professionals in the area to serve on a variety of Advisory Boards. Members who serve in this capacity play a great role in ensuring we are offering the proper resources to our students to prepare them for their next career challenge. For a complete list of Advisory Boards, click here.
Employer Strategy Sessions
The Career Development Office encourages employers to reach out to us with any questions you may have regarding connecting with our students and alumni. Many organizations have become involved with the College in ways such as assisting in practice interviews or resume critiques, participating in classroom presentations or professional development workshops and panels, and conducting on-campus interviews. We look forward to sharing best practices with you and assisting in developing a recruiting plan at Xavier. Please contact Cheryl Wilson (firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule a session with our Career Staff.
Guidelines and Conduct
Xavier University follows and endorses the Principles of Professional Conduct for Career Services & Employment Professionals. Employers must be an equal opportunity employer and adhere to these same guidelines created by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).