The Center for Career Development staff is committed to a partnership effort with our employers to help achieve the best match between the individual student and the employing organization. There are many ways in which we can work with you to develop a plan for your individualized recruiting needs.
We provide the following programs to connect employers and students, starting when freshmen first arrive on campus through their last semester, and after they graduate. Employers are invited to participate in our events to reach students at every level.
- Student Development programs
- Online Postings for jobs and internships
- Job and Internship Fairs
- Internship and Career Discovery Trek opportunities
- On-Campus Recruiting
We look forward to working with you!
About Duquesne University
Employers often request additional information about Duquesne University. We hope you'll find the links below helpful in learning more about the University, our Programs and Courses, and our Students.
University Fact Book - University enrollment information by school
Increase Your Visibility on Campus
Volunteer for Student Career Development Workshops
We schedule regular workshops for students to assist them with resume writing and interviewing techniques and are always looking for employer volunteers. Additionally we offer a ResuMANIA program twice a year and other opportunities, such as Career Panels. Contact email@example.com or call 412.396.6644.
Participate in a Mock Interview Day
Several times throughout the year we offer the opportunity for students to schedule a 45 minute appointment with a professional recruiter or a hiring manager. The purpose is for the students to gain insight on what to expect on a typical interview and/or to practice their interviewing skills. Full-day or half-day opportunities are available.
Come to campus to provide students with an overview of your company and the opportunities available. These are usually best scheduled for late afternoon or early evening. You can easily request a date through DuqCareerLink, right from your home page.
Student organizations are continually looking for employer involvement in their programming. There are more than 200 recognized student organizations on campus. Contact us if you need help identifying the student organizations that best fit your recruiting needs.