Talent Recruitment Opportunities

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Say Hello to Your Company’s Future. Talent Recruitment Opportunities


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INSIDE TRACK Rose-Hulman is recognized as one of the nation’s top STEM colleges because of our high academic standards, the personal attention we provide our students, and our focus on hands-on learning. Our graduates enter the workforce trained as problem solvers and innovators. That’s why most of them have job offers well before Commencement. We offer many opportunities for companies and recruiters to meet and work with our students face-to-face. Within this brochure, you’ll find several on-campus partnership opportunities that will allow you to get to know tomorrow’s STEM leaders and identify future talent for your organization.

Our students are pretty amazing. Most already have an internship under their belts by their junior year. They are smart, creative, driven, and love finding solutions to tough problems. Here’s a snapshot of our student body: Average high school GPA of admitted students: 3.98/4.0 Average math SAT score: 720 Average Rose-Hulman GPA: 3.2 Community service hours logged by our student body: >10,000 hours Percentage of students who: • Are from underrepresented groups: 21.6%

Partnership Opportunities Package deals are often the best -- that’s why we offer partnership packages providing year-round student engagement. Interested in broader campus engagement? Contact us to discuss an institute-wide corporate partnership. Also possible to secure a campus lamppost banner, e-board, and web recognition separately for $1,000.

$5,000 (Silver)

$7,000 (Gold)

$9,000 (Platinum)

$12,000 (Diamond)

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(3 events)

Campus lamppost banner, e-board and web recognition Reserved spot at signature event(s)

(1 event)

(1 event)

Corporate logo on career fair banner Complementary career fair registration with priority placement (3 fairs) Campus tabling session

SIGNATURE EVENTS Build your company’s brand and get an edge on recruitment by participating in one of our signature events. Welcome Back Wednesday/ Party on the Patio August 31, 2022

Help us start the academic year by partnering on a fun, annual tradition where you have the chance to stand out and get a five-week head start on your Rose-Hulman recruitment. We cater the food and drink to feed the 1,500 students who attend on the Mussallem Union patio where we feature games, music, and big item giveaways. Corporate participants are encouraged to get creative and make the 10’-by-10’ tent we provide much more fun and engaging than a standard booth at a career fair. Interactive displays, gameshow sets, ice cream trucks, climbing walls, etc. are all on the table. Only 20 company slots are available so choose to become a partner in 2022-2023 and start your recruitment efforts off with a bash.

Rose Diversity Connect October 4, 2022

Join us for a full day of activities geared to provide you with one-on-

one face time with our talented underrepresented students. The day includes leadership workshops, a corporate luncheon and a quick connect session. Homegrown and nationally recognized student identity and affinity groups will be highlighted, including the National Society of Black Engineers, Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Society of Asian Scientists and Engineers, Society of Women Engineers, Unity, South Asian Student Alliance, International Student Association, and Intervarsity. Taking place the day before the Fall Career Fair, this is a great way to forge lasting connections with our world-class students.

Homecoming October 8, 2022

Limited to just six partners, Homecoming is a great way to cap off the week of the Fall Career Fair. Corporate participants receive a 10’-by-

10’ tent outside Cook Stadium on game day while we provide the food, drink, and big item giveaways. With football, great food, beer tent, kids’ zone and streams of students and alumni, it makes this an awesome day for everyone.

Other Game Sponsorships Multiple opportunities

Host a corporate game night for our men’s and women’s basketball or football teams. Sponsorship includes a corporate recruiting booth, giveaways, media shoutouts and dinner with the team after the game.

Department Picnics Anytime

Meet and mingle with your choice of a targeted group of students and faculty by hosting a fall or spring academic department picnic. We’ll supply the food while you enjoy a full day with access to some of the best STEM students anywhere.

Engineer Your Own Recruiting Event – Looking for exclusive access to students in a specific

• Are first-generation college students: 19%

department, affinity group or club? Contact Jared Goulding at goulding@rose-hulman.edu to create a customized event to fit your company. From running an on-campus leadership simulation to organizing a fishing rodeo at Speed Lake, we can help you pull off the perfect event with the perfect students.

• Participate in varsity athletics: 23.6%

Learn more at rose-hulman.edu/EngineeredEvents

• Participate in performing arts: 21% • Complete an internship their first year: 41%

SPONSOR A CAPSTONE OR RESEARCH PROJECT Engage with students and faculty while you move a project at

• Complete an internship their sophomore year: 77%

your company off the back burner and into reality. Projects vary

• Complete an internship their junior year: 84%

to two years. Want to benefit from our students, facilities and

from mini-projects of a few weeks to research theses lasting up expert faculty? See if a project sponsorship is right for you! Learn more at rose-hulman.edu/ProjectSponsor

CAREER FAIRS Join us to recruit the best in STEM. Hundreds of the world’s best employers attend our three career fairs each year. Our fall fair is the most popular, giving you an early opportunity to interact with some of the brightest young minds around.

Fall Career Fair - October 5, 2022 • Kicks off Homecoming weekend • Registration fee: $600 • Mark your calendar: September 27, 2023

Winter Career Fair - January 25, 2023

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• Registration fee: $375 • Plan to attend: January 24, 2024

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Spring Career Fair - April 19, 2023

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• A final chance to meet our students before they graduate. • Registration fee: $125 • Save the dates: April 17, 2024








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For an additional $500, we will provide and prominently display your company logo on a banner at each career fair.

For more detailed information about salary, placement, or maximizing your recruitment efforts, please contact:

Jared Goulding Employer Relations Manager Email: goulding@rose-hulman.edu Office: 812-877-8589 Cell: 812-208-5035

Cross-Campus Approach for Your Company Our collaborative culture doesn’t end with our students. We have a team of offices with staff who can help your company engage with our students, faculty and staff in a way that fits your needs. The Office of Career Services & Employer Relations connects employers with talented students to meet their recruiting objectives while providing resources for students to find the best post-graduate opportunities through internships, co-ops, research, graduate school or full-time employment.

For more information, contact Director of Career Services and Employer Relations Scott Tieken at 812-877-8604 or tieken1@rose-hulman.edu.

The Office of Corporate & Foundation Relations manages holistic corporate partnerships, including targeted philanthropy and sponsorships, on-campus engagement, and securing support for faculty- or student-led programs.

For more information, contact Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer Bret Syrek at 812-877-8533 or syrek@rose-hulman.edu.

The Center for Diversity & Inclusion offers robust programming that seeks to create an environment of respect and inclusion for the entire campus community. The Center works to promote a culture that values the unique talents and lived experiences of the individual.

For more information, contact Center for Diversity and Inclusion Director Nick Davis at 812-877-8116 or davis11@rose-hulman.edu.


Rose-Hulman’s Office of Career Services & Employer Relations is ranked in the top five in the nation for career preparation by the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education College Rankings. The Princeton Review has ranked Rose-Hulman as the No. 1 private university for internships and No. 6 private university for best career placement out of their 387 Best Colleges. The Princeton Review also designates Rose-Hulman as one of only 17 institutions among all public and private universities and colleges with the distinction of Great Career Services. PayScale.com ranks Rose-Hulman in the nation’s top 15 for bachelor’s degrees with the highest beginning pay. Career placement is near 100 percent year after year.

ABOUT ROSE-HULMAN Founded in 1874, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology is dedicated to preparing its students with the world’s best undergraduate science, engineering and mathematics education in an environment infused with innovation, intellectual rigor and individualized attention. The institute is consistently recognized nationally as an elite STEM school for distinctions that include faculty excellence, return on investment, value added and career services. Rose-Hulman has been ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the No. 1 undergraduate engineering school in the country for over two decades. Located in Terre Haute, Indiana, Rose-Hulman has an enrollment of approximately 2,000 undergraduate students and nearly 100 graduate students.