Opportunities to Recruit and Engage USC Trojans

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“The challenge of recruiting is eased when working with USC’s Career Center. Having hired alumni from Viterbi to Annenberg, I’ve recognized talent who have both the fit and finish matching the calbre of folks I knew when I attended Marshall.”

– Alfred Fung, CEO at FUN-GI Games, MBA 2009

Post Openings on connectSC

connectSC is your exclusive job listing and career management resource. Your organization may post paid internships and full-time or part-time entry-level or experienced opportunities in connectSC complimentary. Get step-by-step instructions. If you are a USC graduate, be sure to participate in Trojans Hiring Trojans!

Trojan Network

The Trojan Network is an interactive online networking and mentoring platform for alumni to share career industry information with current students and fellow alumni. The Trojan Network helps you launch your next career move or career transition. Create an account today and start sharing your experience.

Give Students Hands-On Experience by Posting Projects

Does your website need some extra attention?  Do you need some industry analysis? Submit short-term projects through the “Projects” tab in the Trojan Network for current USC students.  Projects are designed to be completed over the short-term: between 2 – 8 weeks, approximately 10 – 20 hours per week.  This opportunity to mentor students by providing real-world experience through the completion of a project supports the mission of the Trojans-to-Trojans Initiative.

Speak at an Event

We host over 300 career events for students and alumni throughout the year. Many of these events include industry-specific panel discussions, opportunities to critique resumes, networking nights, career-related workshops, keynote opportunities, and Facebook Live events. If you are interested in learning more about these programs and how to get involved, contact Lori Shreve Blake.

First-Generation Mentor Program

If you are a first-generation graduate, join this program to get paired with a first-generation undergraduate student to provide professional development opportunities as well as personal, academic, and professional guidance and support.

Showcase Your Organization to Students Through a Trojan Talk

Each year, employers from diverse industries host virtual and in-person meetings and talk to students about their organization. Most of these employers are interested in hiring students for paid internships and full-time jobs. To learn more about Trojan Talks, contact Kayzelyn Magsino.