On-campus Recruiting Program
Each year professionals representing various fields visit St. Norbert College with hopes of meeting qualified candidates to fill their full-time and internship hiring needs. Career Services facilitates one-on-one meetings between candidates and employers through on-campus interviews.
Prerequisites for employer participation:
1. Register for
Click here for Career Connections login and posting instructions.
Click here for Employer Policies.
2. Establish your on-campus recruiting schedule
Recruiting opportunities can occur year-round, although October through early December and February through early May are most popular. Summer interviews occur at the availability of employers and candidates. Set up your schedule four weeks in advance of the actual interview date. This will allow for greater publicity and candidate cultivation.
3. Submit your position description
Your schedule will not be considered active until your position description and accompanying employer literature (or web site) is on file in Career Services.
The day of the interview:
- Arrive on campus 15-30 minutes before your interview time and check-in with Career Services.
- Review the recruiter packet.
- Let the office know if you would like someone to join you for lunch.
- Let us know if you have any needs such as beverages, use of a phone, climate control.
- After the interview, please return the interview critique sheets to Career Services.
- Please tell us about your hiring time frame and the next steps in the interview process. The more we know, the better we can support you with our students.
What you can expect from Career Services:
- Your interview schedule information and position description(s) will be publicized on our web site and within the campus community via e-mail and other resources.
- We will give you access to password protected web-based resumes so that you can consider candidates prior to the interview.
- We will help candidates be well prepared for their interviews.
- Career Services serves as an advocate for both employers and students in the interview process. It supports the
Principles for Professional Practice of the National Association of Colleges and Employers. Thus, the Office expects to provide open, accessible, fair and equitable career development oriented services for both candidates and employers. Career Services works with third party recruiters as outlined in the principles.
What Career Services expects from you:
- Please complete the prerequisites and establish dates with ample lead.
- Please support the office in its efforts to prepare candidates for the interview process.
- Help cultivate your candidate pool. As an active on-campus recruiter, you will have access to resumes of potential candidates who have expressed interest in your field. Employers who encourage candidate participation generally have more successful schedules.
- Career Services hopes you will partner in the educational process by completing an interview critique sheet for each candidate. These sheets are confidential and anonymous on your part. Comments for individual candidates who have had at least 3 interviews are combined onto one comment sheet and used during employer feedback sessions. Together, candidate and counselor note strengths and improvement areas for future interviewing success.
- Please support Career Services in its efforts to uphold
NACE's principles. Be aware that illegal questions are unacceptable, and that it is recommended that alcohol not be a part of the interview process at any point including evening information sessions.
- We appreciate when you share the interviewing process outcome. Please drop us a line or call us to let us know whom you hired.
For more information about on-campus recruiting, contact:
(920) 403-3040 phone
(920) 403-4052 fax