Types of On-Campus Interviews
Pre-select Interviews allow qualifying students and alumni the ability to sign up for a chance to interview with an employer. After the application deadline, the employer reviews all resumes submitted and selects those individuals they wish to interview. You will be notified by email approximately ten days prior to the interview date by Career Services (CS) if you are chosen for an interview by the employer. Those selected will then need to select an interview time slot on a first-come, first-served basis.
Open Interviews provide qualifying students and alumni with an opportunity to sign up for an actual interview with an employer where the employer does no pre-selecting of applicants. Students and alumni first submit their resumes for the interview and are then given the opportunity to select an interview time slot approximately ten days prior to the actual interview date on a first-come, first-served basis. You will be notified via email by Career Services (CS) when interview sign-ups can occur.
Information Sessions are group-based sessions that allow employers to provide students and alumni with information on employment opportunities available with their organization. Students and alumni can learn about various job opportunities, requirements and qualifications, and job application procedures. Information sessions are a terrific opportunity to network with an employer and are often the first step to securing an actual interview.
NOTE: Information regarding all On-Campus Interviews will be provided to you from Career Services via email. It is important to make sure that the email address you have listed in eRecruiting is accurate and an email that you use frequently. We suggest using your University issued email address.
There may be instances where spam filters prohibit your ability to receive emails sent by Career Services in eRecruiting. It is your responsibility to keep up to date with the status of your On-Campus Interview applications by checking them in eRecruiting. Not having received an email from the Office of Career Services is not an acceptable excuse for not signing up for an interview time.