Thank you for your interest in exploring recruiting opportunities at Morgan State University. We hope that the services described will be helpful to you. Whether you are interested in on-campus recruiting or seeking full-time employees or interns, the friendly staff at the Morgan State Center for Career Development (CCD) is here to assist you. We offer a variety of options for employers ranging from On-Campus Recruiting to access to our eBear on-line recruiting system.
Here is what we offer you:
- Flexibility to respond to individual organization's recruiting needs
- Efficient resume referrals of current students, recent graduates and alumni
- Diverse pool of candidates, many with significant experience
- Ability to promote employment opportunities and host on-campus interviews
Morgan State University Center for Career Development Office can help you recruit and engage students using our career management system called eBear. eBear gives you the opportunity to post jobs and fill internships, list part-time or full-time positions. eBear enables you to review resumes of students matching your employment criteria. When your company has an opening for full-time or part-time employment, an internship, or a seasonal job, you can post the opportunity on our web site. Many Morgan State University students and alumni visit the web site for career planning information.
Log in HERE to create an account. After you create your account you will then be placed in our "Holding Bin" which is an electronic holding place that gives us the opportunity to research the employer. You will then receive an email that you have been accepted or rejected. If accepted you can then go into the system and finish your profile, post full-time and part-time jobs, co-op opportunities, internships, explore the resumes books, and review the calendar list all our up-coming events.
|Tip: Make your job postings descriptive and informative, yet succinct. Students want to know what they will be doing, what technology will be available, and what skills will be used. Be specific and realistic, otherwise a top candidate may lose interest.|
On-campus recruitment (OCR) provides employers with the opportunity to interview for internships, co-op and full-time employment for graduating students. Recruiters can interview up to 13 applicants per schedule during peak recruiting periods, mid-September through December and beginning of end of January through April. We can accommodate up to 5 recruiters on a given day and offer 30, 45 or 60 minute interview schedules.
- Please contact our office at least one month prior to your campus visit to reserve interview rooms. Although we are able to schedule with less notice, a longer lead time allows us to adequately publicize your on-campus events.
- We encourage you to conduct an Information Session to promote your organization and your employment opportunities.
- You will receive confirmation of your on-campus interview dates.
- Please use the On-Campus Recruitment Guide.
The Center for Career Development only offers open schedule formats. Standard interview schedules are available in 30, 45, or 60-minute increments. Customized interview time slots can be arranged prior to candidate interview sign-up. Interviews at the CCD are generally held between 9:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.Open schedules provide the opportunity for any student that meets your established criteria to select interview time slots on a first-come, first-served basis. Students should ideally have 30 days to sign-up. Two days prior to your OCR date, eBear will bundle and email your schedule and the submitted resumes. If you have difficulty downloading your resumes, contact the Recruitment Coordinator for assistance.
* Please note that all on-campus interviews are conducted using an open schedule format. Students sign-up on a first-come, first-served basis, dependent upon employer specified criteria (in eBear) such as degree, major, graduation date, and visa status.
Advertising Your Visit
Place an advertisement in The Spokesman, the student newspaper at 443-885-3464. • Email a prepared flyer at least three weeks in advance of your event.
Policies & Procedures (CCD)
The Center for Career Development takes no part in the determination of employment qualifications or the selection process of employers. We make employment information available to all interested students and provide employers with such information as students have authorized us to release on their behalf. We assist employers in accordance with Federal regulations including, but not limited to, the EEOC Uniform Guidelines, Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1992, as amended.
The Center for Career Development subscribes to the Principles for Professional Conduct as stated by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and expects employers using our services to do likewise.
The Center for Career Development reserves the right to refuse services to third party recruiters including, but not limited to, private licensed employment agencies, consulting agencies/headhunters, temporary employment services, government employment agencies, clearinghouse operations and contract recruiting services. Nor will we provide student information to network marketing firms. Information on these types of organizations can be made available to students in Center for Career Development at the students' request.
Employers should advise the Center for Career Development of all on-campus, recruiting-related activities whether or not they are being conducted through the CCD. Employers should notify the Center for Career Development of all hires from Morgan State University, providing position title, work location and salary information when appropriate.