Additional Branding Opportunities
Whether you represent a Fortune 1000 company, a non-profit organization, or a small business, at The O’Brien Center, we are here to help you meet your recruiting goals. We work closely with you to create relevant opportunities for your organization to interact with highly qualified students. As you look to attract new talent, please consider the following:
Ask an Employer:
Direct contact to Merrimack talent in an informal setting. Build your organizational brand on campus while also providing career advice to students.
Employer Panel Discussions:
Talk about your organization and industry, while sharing personal insights into your own education and career path.
Interested in hiring students with a particular major? Lead a classroom discussion on your field and brand your company as an industry expert.
Employer in Residence Program:
Volunteer your expertise during mock interview sessions. Serve on our employer resume critique rotation. The opportunity to develop students professionally is invaluable - students want to hear from you!
Who’s Got Talent:
Serve as a judge or a casual observer from the field at one of our many student capstone project presentations, poster sessions, or talent expo’s.
Industry Specific Fairs:
Brand your organization on campus, engage with the Merrimack College community, and connect with students through Merrimack College’s spring career fair and industry specific career events. These events provide direct exposure to students and faculty through unique interpersonal engagements. In addition to marketing for your organization, Merrimack College’s industry specific events allow you to foster deeper connections on-campus and engage future interns, coops and full-time hires sooner in their academic careers.
Does your company have a research problem that needs solving? Looking to do a SWOT analysis on an existing or proposed program or initiative? Our faculty are always looking to partner with the business community on real-world, relevant experiential learning opportunities and research. Let Merrimack solve your problems!
Company Information Table on Main Street & Lunch and Learn:
Share information about employment opportunities within your company and talk with students in the Campus Center. Give a 20-30 minute presentation about your company, followed by a Q&A session.
Internships and Cooperative Education Opportunities:
Internships and cooperative education opportunities (co-ops) allow students to apply classroom knowledge and skills in a real-world setting. There, they gain valuable work experience, hone their talents, and learn more about their chosen field. Highly effective recruiting tools, co-ops and internships allow you to evaluate an individual’s abilities and long-term potential.
Host a student at your organization for short-term learning opportunities. Choose 2-week; one-week; or one day placements. Engage students on various levels of your organization while utilizing young talent to move your organization forward.
Please call (978) 837-5480 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss which of the above works best with your recruitment schedule or to share your ideas for other activities.