The Career Center offers a Recruiting Program that includes on-campus interviews, resume referrals, and an off-campus recruiting event, SLAC. The Recruiting Program should not be your sole source of job opportunities, but it is a good resource.
Alumni and other employers who are specifically seeking Dickinson students utilize on-campus interviewing so that they can streamline their recruiting process and meet with as many Dickinson students as their schedule allows for. The Career Center uses the DickinsonConnect system to manage on-campus interviews, which enables students to view open positions, submit their resume on-line, and sign up for interview slots. View the DickinsonConnect tutorial page for detailed instructions on the system. If you have any questions, please contact Tammy Heberlig, Recruitment Coordinator.
IMPORTANT: Please review our On-Campus Recruiting Policies & Procedures
Resume Referrals work in much the same way as On-Campus Interviewing and can be utilized at any point within the academic year via the DickinsonConnect system. An employer may invite qualified candidates to their office for interviews or, if so desired, make arrangements with the Center to come to campus for a day of interviewing. Often, the employer contact may be an alum.
Dickinson College is a member of the Selective Liberal Arts Consortium (SLAC), a group of twelve liberal arts colleges that work together to connect our students with employers. To stay current with today’s employers and their recruiting efforts of candidates, SLAC sponsors several Virtual Recruiting Fairs seasonally. SLAC also hosts a Recruiting Day where employers will meet in person with student candidates in Washington, DC in January. The SLAC recruiting events are open to Dickinson seniors and sometimes also to selective undergraduates for internships. For more information on these events, visit the SLAC website. See the following for information on Interviewing Skills for SLAC.