Employer Services and Relations
Career Fairs: DeVry University hosts a variety of targeted Career Fairs throughout the academic year. These events are effective methods for employers to connect with new talent and establish a campus presentation The Career Fair serves as a great educational and pre-recruitment tool, providing employers with an opportunity to network with DeVry's students and graduates, building invaluable relationships on campus. The event also helps to facilitate your corporate branding initiatives on campus, which will ensure future recruiting success. Don't miss this opportunity to establish your organization as an "Employer of Choice" among the DeVry University student body.
Resume Referrals: DeVry University maintains a data base of current graduates who are seeking employment in their field. To post a position for these candidates, please contact our Employer Liaison, Jon Paul Hernandez.
Job Listing Service: We will post your job for students who meet the qualifications you specify, Career Services will pre-screen resumes and submit qualified candidates. A link to a resume bundle of these candidates will be sent via email.
Internships: Employers that are interested in hiring interns, paid or for school credit, should contact the Director of Career Services Kara Yamashita.
Host Employer Presentations on Campus: Many employers find it beneficial to give presentations to students or hold events on campus. Career Services suggests that you select your event date at least 3 weeks PRIOR to your visit. This will allow Career Services to market the event to students at all of our campuses.
Participate in Mock Interview Events: DeVry University Career Center will hosts mock interview events throughout the academic year. Corporate participants select one day to visit and conduct practice interviews with our students. This event provides our students with an extraordinary opportunity to gain valuable interviewing experience, while giving employers a great opportunity to network with students. In addition, this event allows you to provide training for line managers or new recruiters in your organization.
The forty-five-minute practice interview gives students the opportunity to practice his/her "sellable" skills and to identify his/her strengths and weaknesses in an interview setting. The time allotted includes a thirty-minute interview, and a fifteen-minute debriefing, during which time the interviewer critiques the student's performance.
For additional information, please visit our main Career Services page.