We can help you recruit KSU candidates who can quickly contribute toward the success of your organization. Promote opportunities via job fairs, online position postings and campus interviews.
Promote Position Openings
Employers may login to our Experience Job & Internship Board and create a free account to post openings and search resumes of KSU students/alumni. The Position Information Form below provides an overview of the information needed to create your posting. Positions are listed for 30 days and can be extended upon request.
Employer Relations Staff
Robin Pijor, Assistant Director
Kel Krakowski, Recruiting Coordinator
Nancy Young, Administrative Support
Recruit at a Job & Internship Fair
Recruit candidates at our annual Fall & Spring Job & Internship Fairs and take advantage of our Employer Promotion Program for enhanced visibility at the event.
Hire an Intern
Internships may be the single most-effective and cost-efficient tool for recruiting future hires. We can help you with both attracting interns and developing your program.
- Develop a successful internship program
- Department Internship Contacts
- Also recruit Interns at Regional/Ohio Websites: NEOintern.net and OhioMeansInternships.com
Interview On Campus
Contact our Recruiting Team at 330-672-2360 to schedule a date to visit campus to meet with candidates in our professional interview suites. Your visit will be promoted to students and alumni registered with our Experience Job & Internship Board.
Connect with Faculty
The Career Services Center staff can help you connect with key faculty, and department internship contacts, who can help promote your jobs and internships to students and alumni.
Staff a Student Information Table
Increase student awareness of your organization and opportunities by staffing an information table or holding an information session at the Kent Student Center.
Advertise through Student Media
Promote your opportunities through the Office of Student Media by advertising through the daily, student-run news paper (print and online), magazines, and TV and radio programs.