Recruiting Elon Talent
Helping you Reach Top Prospects
We offer a broad range of customizable options to connect with our students and recruit qualified interns and full-time employees. There are many ways to increase your visibility, promote your organization and recruit Elon students. We find that more successful recruiters stay active on campus and utilize a diversified recruiting strategy. Please review the options and resources below and contact us to tailor a recruitment strategy to meet your organization’s needs.
Use Elon's online system EJN to post job and internship announcements, search resumes, screen candidates, manage on-campus interview schedules and pre-recruiting events, and register for employer showcase events-career fairs.
Use the Elon Mentor Network EMN to multiply the ways students may discover you and your organization by joining our career networking database to serve as a contact for a variety of networking purposes and activities - all determined by your personal settings and preferences in your profile. sessions.
On-Campus and Virtual Recruiting.
Based on your specific needs and preferences, we can host you on campus for interviews, presentations, and "meet and greet" receptions. For your convenience, we're equipped for web/video-based interviews and presentations. Request interview schedules for the fall and spring semesters via the Elon Job Network or contact Arli Eicher, our Recruiting and Event Coordinator, at 336-278-6538 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Prime recruiting dates are mid-September through late November and mid-February through April.
Employer in Residence.
Whether you want to conduct mock interviews, conduct resume critiques, meet faculty, or dine with future candidates, our Employer in Residence program is a powerful way to strengthen your recruiting relationship with Elon. This is a great way to send alumni back to campus to help attract more top Elon talent to your organization. Staff in the Office of Career Services will work with you to coordinate a schedule of activities based on your preferences.
Information Sessions and Tables.
By hosting an information session in conjunction with on-campus interview, or employer showcase/ career fair attendance, you can educate students about your organization and the opportunities available. You can also schedule information sessions and outreach tables as stand-alone events. Typically, information sessions are held from 5 to 6 p.m., Monday through Thursday, beginning in mid-September through November and mid-February through April. A room will be provided for you to meet with students for on-campus sessions. For more information on scheduling an information session or table, please contact Arli Eicher, our Recruiting and Event Coordinator at 336-278-6538 or email@example.com
- Employer Partners
We provide recognition for selected employers who demonstrate best practices and actively seek interns and/or entry-level candidates from Elon. Our partners are committed to at least one type of recruiting activity each year including posting opportunities on the Elon Job Network, attending employer showcase/career fairs, presenting workshops or conducting on-campus interviews. As a partner, we'll help raise your profile as an "employer of choice" by featuring your logo in the Student Professional Center, on our website and on digital screens throughout campus.
Elon hosts job fairs each semester to help you build student awareness of your organization and recruit talented candidates for internships and jobs. We also partner with the Martha Spencer Love School of Business to provide industry-specific "meet and greets" for accounting/finance and sales/marketing. Please provide your contact information in our Elon Job Network so we can notify you regarding registration for future events.
We look forward to building a beneficial relationship with you.