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The Metro State University of Denver Office of Career Services is the connecting point between students and employers. Our goal is to prepare students to be successful additions to your organization, and to connect your company with excellent students. We offer students innovative career preparation programs and forge strong relationships with employers. Our services are designed to meet the needs of your organization.
Employer JobLink Guide 2013 ( 440 KB)
Why Recruit at MSU Denver?
MSU Denver is a great place to find candidates to work at your company! Metropolitan State University of Denver has 20,000 diverse and highly motivated undergraduate students seeking bachelor degrees in business, professional studies and liberal arts. MSU Denver is the third largest institution of higher education in the state of Colorado and is proud to have the most diverse student body in the state.
MSU Denver offers 50 majors and 78 minors, to prepare our students to be successful in a wide variety of careers. Our students learn in small classes from dedicated and knowledge professors. Many of our students obtain valuable work experience prior to graduation.
On-Campus Recruiting Services:
MSU Denver's on-campus recruiting program is an efficient way for you to acquire professional talent to fill your positions and enhance your organization. A small fee is associated with most services. Here are some ways employers can get involved with recruiting:
Information Booths: Employers can reserve a table on-campus to informally connect with prospective students and talk about their organization. For more information on Information Booths click here.
Information Sessions: Employers may give formal presentations on-campus about their organization and what qualities they are looking for in employees. For more information on Information Sessions click here.
On-Campus Interviewing: Employers can post their position description on our on-line system. Students then submit their resumes to apply for that position, and then the employer decides who they would like to interview. For more information on On-Campus Interviewing click here.
Job Fairs: Fairs are an excellent way for employers to meet prospective applicants and provide students and alumni with information about their organization.For more information on Job Fairs click here.
Contact our Employer Relations Specialist for more information, 303-556-3664.
On-line Recruiting System
Through our on-line recruiting system, JobLink, employers can post job opportunities, access our database of students and alumni resumes, register for job fairs, view upcoming events, coordinate on-campus interviews, and perform additional customized recruiting services. Metro State JobLink is a free service available to employers and Metro State students.
To log on Visit: http://www.msudenver.edu/career/
Click on JobLink Quick Access "Employer Login" in the left column.
If you have not yet registered, click on "Click Here to Register!"
Enhance your Presence at MSU Denver
A key component of recruiting is making your company name and great reputation well known! If students and graduates know about your company, they are more likely to apply to your open positions and come speak with you at career fairs and other recruiting events. Here are some ways you can enhance your presence.
- Featured Employer Spot: Your Logo and link to your website will appear on the front page of our Website (www.msudenver.edu/career). Your company name and a link to your site will be included in our monthly emails to students.
- Become an Event Sponsor: Employers have the opportunity to sponsor a Career Services Event. For most events the perks of being a sponsor include: your organization name is listed on all materials, invitation to attend and network with students, table to place all brochures and marketing materials at the event and much more!
- Host an Employment Workshop: The Office of Career Services offers many workshops for students on topics such as resume writing, interviewing, job search strategies, career fair prep, etc. You may host and teach any of these workshops.
- For more information click here.
Disability Awareness and Hiring Resources
In order to promote proper disability hiring practices, we have included the following links as a resource.