Why Recruit at The Claremont Colleges?
With just one stop, tap into a talented pool of over 6,000 students skilled in creative and critical thinking, problem-solving, research and communication. At The Claremont Colleges, we offer a combined recruiting program uniquely designed to provide you access to seven highly selective schools (5 undergraduate and 2 graduate schools).
Benefit from an unparalleled level of cooperation—a true “best value” for your recruiting budget. Our recruiting program allows you to reach a diverse and talented pool of individuals for job/internship postings, employer presentations, interviews, and low-cost career fairs. Time and again employers come to us for high quality students to positively impact their organization.
On Campus Recruiting Programs
- Job/Internship Postings
- Career Fairs
- Employer Presentations
- On-Campus Interviews
- Information Tables
- Customized Networking Events
Job and internship postings are shared with all students at The Claremont Colleges. To post an opportunity, log on or register at one of The Claremont Colleges' recruiting systems below:
By posting your detailed job or internship description at one school, it is automatically shared with the other colleges and available to all Claremont Colleges students. Best of all, there is no cost to post your opportunity.
Additional Advertising for Internship Postings
The five undergraduate colleges also participate in an internship consortium called the Nationwide Internships Consortium (NIC). As a courtesy, your internship posting is automatically shared with NIC. If you prefer that we not share your opportunity nationally, please let the recruiting coordinator know.
The Claremont Colleges offer several career fairs throughout the school year. Register for a fair using the directions below or talk with that school’s recruiting coordinator (see right side bar).
|Mid September||Finance and Accounting Night (Claremont McKenna)|
|Late September||Consulting Night (Claremont McKenna)|
|Early October||Scripps College Community Service Fair (Scripps College)|
|Mid October||Harvey Mudd Fall Career & Internship Fair (Harvey Mudd College)|
|Mid February||Harvey Mudd Spring Career & Internship Fair (Harvey Mudd College)|
|Late February||Nonprofit and Public Service Career Fair (Pitzer)|
To register, go to the host school's NACElink site. Click on the menu option at the top for career fairs. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact the school's recruiting coordinator (see right sidebar).
Organizations can host employer presentations, often called "information sessions," at any of The Claremont Colleges. We recommend that you host these events over the lunch hour or in the evening, as that is when students are most available. There is no cost to you.
Here’s how to set one up:
- Choose a location.Read through the School Profiles (link) to see which school best matches the type of candidates you are seeking, but keep in mind that students from all of the colleges can participate. If time allows, you may consider scheduling another employer presentation at additional campuses on the same or multiple days.
- Contact a recruiting coordinator and schedule your visit. We will work with you to publicize the event across The Claremont Colleges.
- A recruiting coordinator will send you maps, directions and parking information or you can access that information here.
We invite you to recruit on campus at your convenience during the academic year any time between September and December or February through April. There is no cost associated with on-campus interviews. Choose your campus. We will work with you to publicize your openings. To request on-campus interviews, contact a recruiting coordinator to discuss your needs.
Types of On-Campus Interviews:
- Pre-Selected Interviews: A pre-selected interview day allows you to see resumes in advance and select students you wish to interview. The Career Services staff will set up a schedule on your behalf. Selected students will sign-up for pre-determined time slots on a on a first-come-first-served basis.
- Open Schedule Interviews: An open schedule allows any interested student to sign-up for an interview on a first-come-first-served basis.
- Resume Collects: If you cannot make it out to campus, you may also electronically collect resumes. You can then set up interviews at your office with selected students.
Information tables give you an opportunity to informally present information about your organization to students. A recruiting coordinator can recommend high traffic areas and times to maximize your visibility. There is no cost for one of these tables.
We will work with you in hosting customized networking events such as a "meet and greet", an evening mixer at a local restaurant, or an off-site visit to your company. Contact the school's recruiting coordinator to discuss options for your organization (see right sidebar).