The USC Career Center is open – in person and online – as always, all of our services and resources are available to you, including advising, job and internship opportunities, programs, workshops, career fairs, and more

Engage with USC Students

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Information and opportunities to engage with USC students.

We ask that employers review the Non-Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Guidelines prior to engaging with students.

Schedule a Trojan Talk

Host a virtual or in-person Trojan Talk to connect with students, expose them to your organization’s culture, and share details about career opportunities through an information/networking session.

Register for On-Campus Recruiting

The On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) program allows organizations to conduct interviews virtually or in-person with students from all majors during fall and spring semesters for full-time salaried and paid internship opportunities.

Host Coffee/Office Chats

Meet with students (virtually or in-person) in one-on-one or group chat settings to discuss topics ranging from interview preparation, organization culture, networking strategies, and resume/cover letter tips. For more information, contact the Employer Engagement Team.

Facilitate an Employer-Led Workshop

Facilitate an educational workshop to help students navigate the recruitment process while also promoting and developing your employer brand on campus. Workshops can be hosted throughout the semester both in-person and virtually. For more information, contact the Employer Engagement Team. 

Attend the Employer Resume Review

Participate in the Employer Resume Review to provide students feedback on their resumes and get them ready for our recruiting events.

Purchase a Resume Book

The USC Career Center offers both customized and industry-based Resume books for employers seeking to hire USC Students.



Forms & Applications

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Recruiting Guidelines

Our highest priority is ensuring that both students and employers enjoy an equitable and successful recruiting environment. As such, we hold both parties to the highest ethical standards. Behavior by any participant found to be illegal or inappropriate will result in an immediate, temporary, or permanent ban from any or all of our services. Additionally, we reserve the right to refuse service if an organization has any unresolved investigations, complaints filed with the Better Business Bureau or California Secretary of State, or for any inappropriate or egregious behavior as determined by the USC Career Center and our campus community. These penalties, which include the removal of job postings, can be invoked at any time, with or without explanation. Our guidelines for defining illegal and inappropriate behavior are the Federal Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines, the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Ethical Professional Practice, the policies and guidelines on this page, and, always, common sense. The Career Center reserves the right to decline any employer or job posting at our sole discretion with or without explanation. Questions regarding our policies and guidelines can be directed to the Employer Engagement Team.

All organizations, that transact in legal business and in accordance with our Recruiting Guidelines and Policies, are welcome and invited to recruit through the USC Career Center. We are not able to cull out certain organizations or industries based on individual student values. Different students have different preferences, values, and opinions. If a particular organization or industry does not align with your values or beliefs, it may align with another group of students. Please be sensitive that this practice allows us to offer the widest array of employment opportunities for all students.


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