Looking for stand-out leaders who can fill that opening in your organization? Visit Handshake, Marian University's job board for students and alumni, and let us assist you in hiring the perfect candidate.
Our first step for anyone actively recruiting is to get the posting approved on Handshake, but for those who would like further engagement, we have opportunities for you.
To help students in furthering their careers, Marian University brings employers, alumni, and business professionals to campus to engage with our students. This not only helps students gain professional communication skills but also provides an opportunity to discuss possible jobs and internships down the road.
Browse different opportunities for engaging on campus below and please fill out our information request form if you would like to pursue further involvement.
Employers with an approved internship may receive state matching funds by hiring students, eligible to receive state financial aid, for a resume-building, experiential, paid internship. See below to learn more about this partnership through CHE and Indiana INTERNnet.
Hiring an international student as an intern or employee at your organization is an excellent way to increase your organization's competitive edge by broadening diverse perspectives on your team and gaining new insights into different markets globally. But what does it take to hire an international student? Check out Interstride's guide below for more information.
Attracting a diverse talent pool and selecting the perfect candidate is a challenge! Browse below for tips and resources to get ideas you can easily implement in your hiring process.
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