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EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO FIND THE CANDIDATE WHO’S

EMPLOYER HANDBOOK 2017/18


GREETINGS EMPLOYERS Welcome to Central Michigan University! We’re pleased that you’re considering our students for your talent needs.

TABLE OF CONTENTS Why recruit from CMU 2-3 About our students 4-5 Your recruitment options 6 Contact Career Services 7 Recruitment calendar and events 8-9 How to register 10-11 By the numbers 12 Career preparation resources 13 Plan your visit 14-15 Career fair testimonials 16 Partnership opportunities 17

This handbook will guide you through your organization’s recruiting efforts at CMU, including how to register with Career Services, who to contact and best times to visit campus. Our Career Services office is committed to connecting you with students we’re confident will become some of your best employees. This handbook explains how Career Services can support you throughout your recruitment process, highlighting our recruitment system called Handshake, and how you can make the most of it. It’s a tool you can use to post jobs and internships, sign up to attend events and career fairs, and share information with students about your company. We look forward to partnering with you to meet your talent acquisition needs. As always, please reach out to let us know how we can serve you better. Sincerely,

Julia Sherlock Director of Career Services

Fire up chips!

Shelby Stine Assistant Director of Employer Relations


WHY RECRUIT FROM CMU

Central Michigan University

WHY CMU? EACH YEAR, OVER 8,000 EMPLOYERS RECRUIT FROM CMU, POSTING OVER 16,000 JOBS AND CONDUCTING OVER 1,000 ON-CAMPUS INTERVIEWS. 2


WHY RECRUIT FROM CMU

WHAT MAKES CMU SO ATTRACTIVE? It’s a combination of high-quality academic preparation, hands-on experience and the work ethic of our students. Here are just a few examples of how CMU, and our students, stands out from the crowd. WORLD-CLASS ACADEMICS 1st leadership minor in Michigan North American leader in SAP certifications 137th medical school in the nation Carnegie-classified doctoral higher research institution Two student-run radio stations

25th ranked fashion merchandising and design program in the nation and 12th in the Midwest College Television Station of the Year Top university sales program four years in a row One of the top 50 fashion programs nationwide and is the largest fashion program in Michigan

Student teachers placed throughout the state Only sociology program in the nation offering youth studies as a major concentration Visit cmich.edu/news to learn more about how CMU and our students lead the way in the areas of academics, research, athletics and more.

ROBUST RECRUITMENT TOOLS AND OPPORTUNITIES Electronic recruitment management system to post jobs, connect with students and review applications On-campus interviews Classroom visits

Student professional groups such as Business Professionals of America and the Public Relations Student Society of America Mock interview and student advising training

Career fairs and networking nights

Etiquette Dinner and other sponsorship options First Impressions professional attire donations Find more details about your recruitment options on page 6.

EIGHT ACADEMIC COLLEGES College of Business Administration Departments include the School of Accounting, business information systems, economics, entrepreneurship, finance and law, management, and marketing and hospitality services administration. College of Communication and Fine Arts Departments include art and design, the School of Broadcast and Cinematic Arts, journalism, the School of Music, and communication and dramatic arts. College of Education and Human Services Departments include counseling and special education; educational leadership; human environmental

studies; recreation, parks and leisure services administration; and teacher education and professional development. College of Graduate Studies More than 70 degree options at the master’s, specialist and doctoral levels. The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions Departments include communication disorders, the School of Health Sciences, the School of Rehabilitation and Medical Sciences, and physical education and sport. College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences Departments include English language

and literature; foreign languages, literatures and cultures; history; military science and leadership; philosophy and religion; political science and public administration; psychology; and sociology, anthropology and social work. College of Medicine Preparing physicians dedicated to practicing in some of the most medically underserved communities in central and northern Michigan. College of Science and Engineering Departments include biology, chemistry, computer science, earth and atmospheric sciences, geography, the School of Engineering and Technology, mathematics, and physics.

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MEET OUR STUDENTS

Central Michigan University

TOP MAJORS 638 Biology 507 Psychology 486 Recreation

6% are international

472 Education 459 Exercise science 422 Marketing 355 Accounting 315 Logistics 278 Sociology 261 Sports management 239 Integrative public relations 234 Mechanical Engineering 223 Finance

26,080 CAN

219 Broadcast & cinematic arts 218 Early childhood development 218 Speech 208 Entrepreneurship 196 Communication disorders 180 Social Work

174 General management 171 English 164 Information Systems

119 Advertising

160 Human Resources

117 Family Studies

153 Health

107 Dietetics

138 Computer Science

102 Fashion

137 Mechanical Engineering

95 Electrical Engineering

135 Communication

91 Apparel merchandising and design

131 Art 131 Neuroscience 126 Child Development 126 Professional Sales

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42.5% are male

84 Information technology 80 Political Science

89% are from Michigan


MEET OUR STUDENTS

92% are either employed or

94.9% of recent graduates

in graduate school within six months of graduation.

believe their CMU experience prepared them for their career.

TOP 10 INDUSTRIES CMU GRADUATES WORK IN SALARY EARNED

Healthcare | 13.3%

Less than $20,000 | 8.5%

Education K-12 | 11.5%

$20,000 - $29,999 | 18.7%

Business/professional services | 8.1%

$30,000 - $39,999 | 29.7%

Social services/nonprofit | 8.1%

$40,000 - $49,999 | 16.4%

Government | 6.6%

$50,000 - $59,999 | 11.5%

Finance/insurance/real estate | 6.3%

$60,000 - $69,999 | 7.5%

Science & technology | 6.1%

$70,000+ | 6.4% Sales | 5.7% Manufacturing | 5.4%

NDIDATES

Media | 4.7%

DEGREES EARNED BY ON-CAMPUS STUDENTS Bachelor’s | 4,119 Master’s | 1,833 Graduate certificate | 164 Doctorate | 117 Specialist | 11

DEGREES EARNED BY OFF-CAMPUS STUDENTS Bachelor’s | 389 Master’s | 1,177 Graduate certificate | 154 Doctorate | 25 Specialist | 1

57.5% are female

5% are from one

of the other 49 states 5


YOUR RECRUITMENT OPTIONS

Central Michigan University

YOUR RECRUITMENT OPTIONS Online job and internship postings

Student group presentations

Post job and internship opportunities using Handshake, or send the postings to our office via email at careers@cmich.edu.

There are nearly 400 registered student organizations at CMU encompassing academic, cultural, professional and personal interests. Interacting with student groups that host networking nights, industry-related programs and other activities is a great way to meet future employees. Contact us to request a detailed list of student groups.

On-campus interviewing Reserve an on-campus room to interview applicants. We offer seven interview rooms for employer use. Contact Linda Seal at linda.seal@cmich.edu or (989) 774-2091 to schedule a room. Employer Spotlight program A more in-depth on-campus recruiting option that allows you to spend time in the classroom(s) of students pursuing the majors and programs from which you want to recruit. You’ll also have booth space in the lobby of the building you’re visiting to maximize face time with students. Information sessions Host an evening information session on campus to connect with students pursuing majors and programs from which you want to recruit. Career Services can help you set up the event in one of several central locations or academic buildings on campus.

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Career fairs Reserve your spot at one or more of the many career fairs hosted on campus every year. View the recruitment calendar on page 8 to learn about scheduled fairs. You also may find career fair information on Handshake, our electronic recruitment management system. Networking events Various networking events for employers to engage and network with students, with a majority of events targeting specific majors or student groups. Online / Virtual marketing Career Services has partnered with an online service provided, Hyperfair, to offer opportunities for students and employers to network in a virtual environment with any device that has an internet connection.


CONTACT CAREER SERVICES

MEET THE CAREER SERVICES TEAM

LEADERSHIP

EMPLOYER RELATIONS TEAM

Julia Sherlock | Director

Shelby Stine | Assistant Director

Provides oversight for the employer relations and career development functions of Career Services.

Leads engagement with new organizations interested in recruiting at CMU. Facilitates services provided to organizations that recruit CMU students or alumni for both internships and full-time opportunities, regardless of discipline.

P. 989-774-3068 | E. sherl1jb@cmich.edu

CAREER DEVELOPMENT TEAM

P. 989-774-3418 | E. stine1s@cmich.edu

Erica O’Toole | Assistant Director

Heather Masters | Assistant Director

Linda Seal | Executive Secretary

Liaison to CMU’s Global Campus locations. Oversees the First Impressions program.

Liaison to the College of Science and Engineering and the College of Business Administration. Facilitates career assessments and oversees the mock interview program.

Facilitates on-campus interviews and room reservations. Assists with oncampus catering and billing.

P. 989-774-3068 | E. palen1ea@cmich.edu

P. 989-774-2091 | E. klein1ll@cmich.edu

P. 989-774-6612 | E. risin1hl@cmich.edu

Erik Simon | Assistant Director

Chelsea von Pagels | Assistant Director

Liaison to the College of Humanities and Social and Behavioral Sciences and the College of Communication and Fine Arts. Facilitates career assessments and oversees the Capital City Internship Program and REACH peer-to-peer career advising.

Liaison to the College of Education and Human Services and The Herbert H. and Grace A. Dow College of Health Professions. Facilitates career assessments and oversees the OutREACH program.

P. 989-774-6613 | E. erik.simon@cmich.edu

Diane Prenkert | Administrative Support, Recruitment Services Facilitates all career fairs and career-related events. Manages Handshake system. P. 989-774-1383 | E. prenk1dm@cmich.edu

P. 989-774-2008 | E. vonpa1c@cmich.edu

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RECRUITMENT CALENDAR AND EVENTS

PENCIL US IN.

Central Michigan University

JUNE 1 – AUG. 11 2017

OCT. 12

FALL SEMESTER EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHT SIGN-UP

The professional sales networking night is hosted by Pi Sigma Epsilon, the professional sales fraternity. This event is specifically for students with sales majors or minors and is always held the night before the Alpha Kappa Psi career day. It is typically attended by representatives from more than 40 firms and more than 150 students.

AUG. 28 CLASSES BEGIN

SEPT. 14 MEET THE RECRUITERS Meet the recruiters night, sponsored by Beta Alpha Psi, is a targeted career event for CMU undergraduate and graduate students and recent alumni with majors or minors in accounting, finance and information systems related areas. Company representatives and students network and discuss internships and entry-level professional job opportunities. This event is widely promoted to the specific majors listed and attracts up to 300 students.

SEPT. 15 COLLEGE OF SCIENCE & ENGINEERING CAREER FAIR This event, hosted by the newly renamed College of Science & Engineering and Career Services, will be targeting the recruitment of majors such as: information technology, computer science, various engineering disciplines, mathematics and the sciences. Contact Career Services to reserve rooms for follow-up conversations and formal on-campus interviews in conjunction with the event.

SEPT. 18 EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHTS BEGIN

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PROFESSIONAL SALES NETWORKING NIGHT

AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION FAIR CMU’s American Marketing Association fair connects students majoring in marketing, advertising and sales with internships and full-time opportunities in their desired fields. Participants include members of CMU’s American Marketing Association, as well as other students who are interested in marketing-related careers. SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT NETWORKING EVENT This networking event is hosted by the supply chain management council, a supply chain and logistics association. It is specifically for students with logistics and supply chain majors or minors and usually is held the night before the Alpha Kappa Psi career day.

OCT. 13 ALPHA KAPPA PSI CAREER DAY The Alpha Kappa Psi career day is sponsored by the Alpha Kappa Psi co-ed professional business fraternity, Career Services and the College of Business Administration. It’s open to all CMU undergraduate majors, graduate students and recent alumni and draws up to 1,450 students per event. Participants are encouraged to dress professionally and bring resumes. Contact Career Services to reserve rooms for follow-up conversations and formal on-campus interviews in conjunction with the event.


RECRUITMENT CALENDAR AND EVENTS

DEC. 2

FEB. 15

APRIL 28

EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHTS END

SIXTH ANNUAL ERPSIM COMPETITION

CLASSES END

DEC. 8

The ERPsim competition is a sophisticated business simulation running on SAP during which teams compete in managing a fictitious business. The goal is to have the best performing company as indicated by the most profit earned. During the annual event teams of four students and one mentor compete for thousands of dollars in scholarships.

MAY 5

PROFESSIONAL SALES NETWORKING NIGHT

BROADCASTING AND CINEMATIC ARTS FAIR

AMERICAN MARKETING ASSOCIATION FAIR

NEW VENTURE COMPETITION

CLASSES END

DEC. 16 COMMENCEMENT

DEC. 1– JAN. 8 2018 SPRING SEMESTER EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHT SIGN-UP

JAN. 8 CLASSES BEGIN

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT NETWORKING EVENT

JAN. 19

FEB. 16

NON-PROFIT AND GOVERNMENT INTERNSHIP AND CAREER FAIR

ALPHA KAPPA PSI CAREER DAY

The Non-Profit and Government Internship and Career Fair is sponsored by the Nonprofit Leadership Student Alliance, Community Foundation and Career Nonprofit & Government Internship and Career Fair Services. It is open to all CMU undergraduate majors, graduate students, and recent alumni, and is promoted university-wide.

MARCH 3 –  MARCH 12

JAN. 22 EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHTS BEGIN

SPRING BREAK

MARCH 29 EMPLOYER SPOTLIGHTS END

APRIL 17

COMMENCEMENT

ADDITIONAL EVENTS The following events are planned, but dates have not yet been set:

RECREATION, PARKS AND LEISURE SUMMER JOB FAIR SPORT MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION COUNCIL CAREER FAIR ONLINE FAIRS HYPERFAIR SOUTHEAST MICHIGAN CAMPUS FAIR Please note that many events will be added, and scheduled events are subject to change. Please visit Handshake events and career fairs for the most up-to-date information and details.

TEACHER FAIR The CMU teacher recruitment fair offers school districts the opportunity to meet one-on-one with prospective education majors each fall in Finch Fieldhouse. This event is typically attended by more than 120 school districts and more than 300 teacher candidates.

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HOW TO REGISTER

Central Michigan University

EVERY STRONG PARTNERSHIP STARTS WITH A Handshake is the electronic recruitment management system we use to connect employers and students. It’s where you can post jobs and internships, accept applications, and view applicant information.

HANDSHAKE. For tutorials and more detail about how to use Handshake, go to teachme.joinhandshake.com. 10


HOW TO REGISTER

CREATE AN EMPLOYER HANDSHAKE ACCOUNT

REGISTER FOR A CAREER FAIR

1 Go to cmich.joinhandshake.com.

There are two ways to register using your Handshake account.

2 Select “sign up for an account.” 3 Select “employer.” 4 Provide the requested information. 5 Click “Sign Up.” 6 Select Preferences. 7 Click “Continue.” 8 Agree to Employer Guidelines. 9 A window will appear asking if you’re a third-party recruiter. Select “yes” or “no.” If you’re a third-party recruiter, meaning that you’re going to post jobs on behalf of another company with the intent of finding candidates for that company to hire, select “yes,” and read and agree to comply with Handshake’s third-party recruiting policies.

Search schools 1 Log in to Handshake. 2 Select “schools” on the left side of the page. 3 Select Central Michigan University. 4 Scroll down to view upcoming career fairs. 5 Select the preferred fair. 6 Select “register” on the near left. 7 Provide the requested information. 8 Agree to the refund policy. 9 Select your payment method. 10 Select “create registration” in the bottom right corner.

10 Select “finish.” 11 You should receive a confirmation email within five to 10 minutes. When you receive it, select the link to continue the registration process.

Search fairs

12 Choose to join your company or create company profile.

3 Either scroll through all the fairs in Handshake to find CMU’s (arranged by date) or type “Central Michigan University” in the search field to show all CMU fairs.

13 You’ll be directed to a page that allows you to connect with schools. Select “connect with schools” at the bottom of the screen. 14 Type in Central Michigan University and select “request to connect.” It will take five to 10 business days to be approved by CMU.

1 Log in to Handshake. 2 Select “fairs.”

4 Select the preferred fair. 5 Select “register” on the near left. 6 Provide the requested information. 7 Agree to the refund policy. 8 Select your payment method. 9 Select “create registration” in the bottom right corner.

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BY THE NUMBERS

Central Michigan University

PREPARING YOUR FUTURE EMPLOYEES FOR ON-THE-JOB SUCCESS STUDENTS WHO USE OUR SERVICES VERSUS STUDENTS WHO DON’T 71.5% EMPLOYED FULL-TIME 49.6% EMPLOYED FULL-TIME 13.4% EMPLOYED PART-TIME 16.8% EMPLOYED PART-TIME 5.4% IN GRADUATE SCHOOL 19.7% IN GRADUATE SCHOOL 8.6% UNEMPLOYED 12.4% UNEMPLOYED 1.1% OTHER 1.5% OTHER 12


CAREER PREPARATION RESOURCES

CAREER PREPARATION RESOURCES FOR STUDENTS

HANDSHAKE CAREER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

FIRST IMPRESSIONS

As an employer, you use Handshake as a recruitment management system, but it also serves as a career planning and job search tool for students. Students use it to share their resume, research jobs and employers, apply for jobs, schedule interviews, and more.

A peer-to-peer donation-based service dedicated to dressing CMU students for success at job interviews, conferences, career fairs and internships. All CMU students are eligible to apply for the service, in which they receive professional clothing that is free of charge and theirs to keep after the professional event.

CAREER COACHES

REACH ADVISING PROGRAM

Students meet one-on-one with a staff member who guides them in selecting a major and future career that suits their personal and academic interests. Career coaches help students define and refine their career goals and obtain the skills and experiences they need to be successful.

Walk-in student-led advising that assists fellow students with application materials such as resumes and cover letters, as well as provides general guidance on career planning.

CAPITAL CITY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

MOCK INTERVIEW PROGRAM

A student internship program offered in the governmental and public sector in Lansing and throughout Michigan. Participants intern in a variety of legislative, executive and special interest offices. Free transportation from Mount Pleasant to Lansing is provided based on student need.

Scheduled student-led mock interviews give CMU students and alumni the opportunity to practice articulating their experience, skills, interests and goals in a customized simulation. A feedback session focusing on successes and areas for improvement in verbal and nonverbal communications follows the mock interview. 13


MAIN

Central Michigan University

Larzelere

Trout

Grawn

Ronan Calkins

Gradu Hous

Sloan

Robinson Wightman

WASHINGTON

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Smith

LOT 3

Robinson Dining

FRANKLIN

DOUGLAS

PLAN YOUR VISIT

Warriner

Powers

Bovee University Center (UC)

Barnes

North Art Studio

Finch Art Gallery

Fabiano Botanical Gardens Park Library

Brooks

Music

Anspach

Bush T Dow Science

Moore

MOUNT PLEASANT, MI

Campbell

Cobb

Troutman

WASHINGTON

Pearce

Education & Human Services

Kesseler Sweeney Fabiano

RFoC Merrill Dining

Kulhavi

POPULATION 26,016

Celani Beddow

Herrig

BRO Events Center & McGuirk Arena Rose Center & Ryan Hall Student Activity Center (SAC) Margo Jonker Stadium

INFORMATION AND TICKETS FOR CMU ATHLETICS cmuchippewas.com US WEST CAMP

AT LEAST ONE BUSINESS DAY BEFORE VISITING CAMPUS, REQUEST A PARKING PASS ONLINE AT https://www.cmich.edu/fas/police/Pages/ Guest-Permit-Request.aspx

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Thorpe

BROOMFIELD

CMU EVENTS CALENDAR events.cmich.edu

DOWNLOAD CAMPUS MAP cmich.edu/fas/police/documents/campus_ map.pdf

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Theunissen Stadium

Field Hockey Complex

Bennett Track & Field Complex

Multi-purpose Stadium

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DINING, ENTERTAINMENT AND RECREATION mountpleasantwow.com

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Wheeler Carey

Future Biosciences Bldg.

62 Indoor Athletic Complex (IAC)


Page Title Carlin Alumni House

BELLOWS

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SOUTH MISSION

Special Olympics Michigan

Health Professions College of Medicine

PRESTON Foust

EAST CAMPUS DRIVE

FAIRFIELD

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Once you have your parking permit, we recommend you park in Lot 3, just north of Ronan Hall, where Career Services is located. You can enter Lot 3 from either Bellows or Washington streets. Once you’ve parked, you’ll walk south to Career Services in Ronan Hall 240.

WHERE TO EAT Burrito Bowl on the main level of Bovee University Center

Combined Services

C3 Express in Pearce Hall

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Saxe Public Broadcasting

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Parking permits are required in all campus parking lots Monday – Friday from 2 a.m. – 4 p.m. You may request a guest pass from the CMU Police Department when you arrive. The police department is located on campus in the Combined Services Building, 1720 S. East Campus Drive.

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Down Under Food Court on the lower level of Bovee University Center Einstein Bros. Bagels in the Education and Human Services Building Fresh Food Company restaurant inside the residence complex of Fabiano, Celani, Woldt, Emmons, Saxe and Herrig halls Goodies to Go on the main level of Bovee University Center Java City Coffee House in both the Health Professions Building and Park Library The Market inside the residence complex of Fabiano, Celani, Woldt, Emmons, Saxe and Herrig halls Merrill restaurant inside the residence complex of Beddow, Merrill, Sweeney and Thorpe halls

Kelly/Shorts Stadium

CAMPUS DRIVE

Northside Market inside the residence complex of Trout, Calkins, Larzelere and Robinson halls P.O.D. Market inside Kesseler Hall in the Towers residence complex

Real Food on Campus restaurant inside the Towers residence complex of Campbell, Carey, Cobb, Kesseler, Troutman and Wheeler halls Robinson restaurant inside the residence complex of Trout, Calkins, Larzelere and Robinson halls Starbucks on the main level of Bovee University Center Tidbits inside the residence complex of Merrill, Sweeney, Beddow and Thorpe halls Trackside inside the Student Activity Center

WHERE TO STAY Courtyard by Marriott 2400 East Campus Dr. 989-773-1444 Baymont Inn 5858 E. Pickard St. 800-337-0300 Comfort Inn & Suites Hotel and Conference Center 2424 S. Mission St. 855-849-1513 Days Inn & Suites 5770 E. Pickard St. 800-329-1992 Fairfield Inn 2525 S. University Park Drive 989-775-5000 Hampton Inn 5205 Pickard St. 855-271-3622 Mt. Pleasant Inn & Suites 5500 E. Pickard St. 989-772-7777 Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort 6800 Soaring Eagle Blvd. 888-732-4537 Super 8 2323 S. Mission St. 800-536-1211

P.O.D. Express inside the study lounge in Grawn Hall

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PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

Central Michigan University

TESTIMONIALS ON CAREER FAIR IMPORTANCE

EMPLOYER PERSPECTIVE We have attended the career fairs for the past several years and have had an awesome return on our investment, as far as getting quality interns in the door who have eventually turned into fulltime employees for us.”

STUDENT PERSPECTIVE

University Relations Recruiter Rockwell Collins

The capabilities of these CMU students that we are seeing here - engaged in very impactful work benefiting my business unit - continues to exceed expectations.” Executive Director for Global Business Services General Motors

One reason [Kimberly Clark] continues to come back to CMU is that our students do great once they transition over to Wisconsin… Our CMU students actually are the ones that excel and are able to get promotions really quickly and so Central has a great reputation at Kimberly Clark and we love to come back and get more students.” Recruiter Kimberly Clark

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I saw that Ford Motor Company was recruiting on campus at Central Michigan University. I walked in one day and interviewed with a manufacturing advisor. I then got called to Dearborn to do an interview and within a couple of weeks I was hired… In the past six months, I’ve learned more than I’ve learned at any other time in my life. It’s been amazing – you learn about people, you learn about machines, and you learn about the product.” Central Michigan University alumnus Ford Motor Company

The career fair is definitely where I got all the opportunities I [have] now.” Central Michigan University student


PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

THE EMPLOYER GIVING LEVELS PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM MAROON is a way to enhance your recruiting power at CMU while financially supporting student career development activities. As a partner, you’ll gain additional exposure and develop relationships with our students on a more personal level, increasing your ability to attract top talent for employee sourcing. You’ll benefit from promotions beyond the free recruiting options we offer to all employers, based on the level of your financial partnership.

OTHER PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

$1,000 ANNUALLY Registration for fall and spring career fairs for four recruiters Recognition as employer partner in Career Services lobby Recognition on Career Services website

MOCK INTERVIEW PROGRAM Assist in the training of our student interviewers or host your own oncampus mock interviews and sessions on interviewing best practices.

GOLD

$1,500 ANNUALLY Registration for fall and spring career fairs for four recruiters Prime table location for each career fair Registration for Etiquette Dinner Recognition as employer partner in Career Services lobby

REACH ADVISING PROGRAM Assist in the training of our student advisors, who critique application materials such as resumes and cover letters and provide general guidance on career planning.

Recognition through Career Services social media Recognition on Career Services website FIRST IMPRESSIONS

CHIPPEWA

$2,500+ ANNUALLY Registration for fall and spring career fairs for four recruiters Prime table location for each career fair

Make a tax-deductible donation of professional attire to help our students make a powerful first impression during interviews, conferences, career fairs and internships. New or gently used professional clothing can be dropped off at Central Michigan University, Ronan Hall 240.

Registration for Etiquette Dinner One employer spotlight program visit A quarter-page advertisement in the next publication of Career Guide Recognition as employer partner in Career Services lobby Recognition through Career Services social media Recognition on Career Services website

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Ronan Hall 240 Central Michigan University Mount Pleasant, Michigan 48859 Phone: 989-774-3068 Fax: 989-774-6608 Email: careers@cmich.edu

CMU is an AA/EO institution, providing equal opportunity to all persons, including minorities, females, veterans and individuals with disabilities (see cmich.edu/ocrie). UComm 9504-750 (4/16)

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