The Marshall Student Services Office is happy to help your organization connect directly with our talented undergraduate business administration and accounting students. We supplement the great programs of the USC Career Center, which are tailored to meet the needs of our undergraduate student community and valued employers. For an overview of our undergraduate student community, including demographics, job placement, and starting salaries, please review our UG Recruiter Brochure – Class of 2014.
An updated Recruiter Handbook, Involvement Opportunity Calendar, and list of Marshall Student Organizations for the 2015-2016 school year will be made available over the summer. There is no need to contact the Student Services Office for this information at this time as this website will be updated with the most recent information once it is available.
To learn more about the employer engagement opportunities and events taking place during the year, please review our Involvement Opportunity Calendar (link will be updated in July).
If you would like to discuss your involvement and outreach strategy, please reach out to the career advisor that most closely aligns with your industry below.
Molly Mockovak, Career Development Advisor, firstname.lastname@example.org
Susanna Zens, Career Development Advisor, email@example.com
|Suzanna Zens||Molly Mockovak|
Thank you for your interest in recruiting USC Marshall undergraduate business administration and accounting students! The Employer Guidelines below outline best practices and what to expect while recruiting undergraduate students in the USC Marshall School of Business. These guidelines have been established to ensure maximum exposure and widest reach for you in your recruitment efforts. There are a number of ways to get involved with our students. In addition to the guidelines listed below, please review the information on connectSC for detailed information regarding On-Campus Recruiting, Career Fairs, Internship Week, and the USC Career Center’s Recruiting Guidelines. Below is more information regarding the services offered by the USC Marshall Office of Undergraduate Student Services.
Job and Internship Postings
To post a full-time or internship position, please visit the Marshall Career Source. The Marshall Career Source is the online posting site for jobs, internships, events, and announcements for undergraduate business and accounting students. Please follow the steps to register as a new employer, or if you are an existing employer, simply enter your username and password on the site homepage. Job postings will be reviewed within one business day. Marshall Student Services cannot post positions on behalf of an employer or contact. Companies must create their own accounts and manage the posting of their job and internship listings.
Marshall Career Source Weekly Newsletter
The Marshall Career Source Weekly Newsletter is a great way to advertise upcoming events, job and internship opportunities, and announcements to Marshall undergraduate students. The Newsletter is distributed weekly on Thursday mornings. Companies may advertise in the weekly newsletter by sending a short blurb to our office at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Marshall Career Source Weekly Newsletter_Employer Name.” All information must be received by Tuesday at 5:00pm in order to be included in Thursday’s newsletter. Informational blurbs must be a maximum of 100 words and, if applicable, include all information regarding the event details (time, date, location, and MCS job posting number) or how to RSVP if it is an event. Marshall Student Services reserves the right to refuse posting of information at any time in the newsletter.
Follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook to stay up to date with recent news from the Student Services Office! Companies may advertise positions on Facebook and Twitter by sending a short blurb to our office at email@example.com with the subject line “Social Media Posting_Employer Name.” To post on Twitter, informational blurbs must be a maximum of 140 characters. To post on Facebook, blurbs must be a maximum of 300 characters. Please allow one business day from receipt of your email for posting to Facebook and Twitter. Marshall Student Services reserves the right to refuse posting of information to social media at any time.
Information Sessions and Events
Due to class scheduling and space restrictions, Marshall Student Services is unable to host employer information sessions and events in the USC Marshall School at any time throughout the year. To inquire about hosting an information session or event, please contact the USC Career Center at firstname.lastname@example.org. On-Campus Recruiting and Company Information Sessions are hosted by the USC Career Center and more information is located HERE.
Our office is happy to advertise your event through the Marshall Career Source, the Weekly Newsletter, and social media! To advertise the event in our office, please indicate the channels in which you would like to advertise (i.e. Facebook, Twitter, Newsletter) and provide the following information: event contact name and email address, event location, date and time of event, and how to RSVP. To allow maximum exposure among USC Marshall students, submit your request one week prior to the event or information session date. Information received less than one week of the event date may not be viewed by our students, and may result in significantly reduced attendance.
Event and Posting Advertisement via Flyers
Due to facilities constraints, the Student Services Office is not able to advertise employer information sessions or postings via flyers at this time.
Engaging with USC Marshall student organizations is a great way to connect with Marshall’s top talent. Click here for a complete list of student organizations. If you would like to discuss a more targeted outreach strategy or opportunities to connect directly with students, please contact Molly or Katie directly. Feel free to reach out to the student organizations directly to schedule workshops, information sessions, coffee chats, resume reviews, and more!
Thank you for providing opportunities to USC Marshall undergraduate students. We look forward to working with you to meet your recruiting needs.