Meet with students in one-on-one or small group settings to discuss topics ranging from interview preparation, organization culture, networking strategies, and resume/cover letters tips. We ask that employers review the Non-Discrimination and Sexual Harassment Guidelines on how to engage with students.
- Signature Career Center Events
- Host Coffee/Office Chats
- Facilitate an Employer-Led Workshop
- Participate in Diversity Initiatives
- Attend the Employer Resume Review
- Obtain a Resume Book
- Advertise Your Off-Campus Events
- Outreach to Student Organizations
- List of USC Majors
- Connect with School-Based Career Services and Events
- Communication Etiquette
Host Coffee/Office Chats
Host open or invite-only sessions with students at the Career Center. Sessions must be scheduled during Career Center business hours, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. For more information, contact Kayzelyn Magsino at (213) 740-2177.
Facilitate an Employer-Led Workshop
Facilitate a career readiness workshop while promoting and developing your employer brand on campus. For more information, contact Esther Lanier or call 213-740-9114.
The USC Career Center is committed to supporting talented students from all backgrounds and cultures. We encourage those organizations who facilitate a similar appreciation to participate in on-campus networking sessions, workshops, and other signature career events.
Attend the Employer Resume Review – A Career Fest Signature Event
Career Fest is a week of events for USC students centered on professional development. The week includes panels, discussions, workshops, and networking events hosted by departments across the USC campus. The Employer Resume Review is one of the signature events of Career Fest.
This event will provide a rare opportunity for students to get their resumes reviewed by actual recruiters, gain a different perspective through the eyes of employers, and meet some of their favorite organizations. Typically, 200-300 students attend from all class years, majors, and disciplines.
There is no cost to attend this event and registration is available through connectSC. As soon as you log in, click on “Events,” then the “Employer Resume Review” button to register. If you have any questions, contact Erika Rodriguez or call 213-740-9647
Purchase a Resume Book
The Career Center offers customized Resume Books for employers seeking to hire USC students.*
Customized Resume Books may be filtered by class level, graduation date, major cluster, and work authorization.
Customized Resume Book Rates
Non-profit – $250
Standard (less than or equal to 1,000 resumes) – $600
Standard (over 1,000 resumes) – $950
Call 213-740-2177 or email Kayzelyn Magsino to inquire about purchasing a Resume Book.
Add your event to our calendar, and we will also include the listing in our weekly newsletter.
- Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism
- Gould School of Law
- Leventhal School of Accounting
- Marshall School of Business (Undergraduate)
- Marshall School of Business (Graduate)
- Price School of Public Policy
- Rossier School of Education
- School of Architecture
- School of Cinematic Arts
- School of Dramatic Arts
- School of Pharmacy
- Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work
- Viterbi School of Engineering
Review a comprehensive list of USC student organizations from Campus Activities.
Along with the Career Center, USC has school-based career centers or professionals committed to the career development of each USC student. USC’s federated model of central and school-based career services allows us to provide a wide range of career services and a variety of programs, workshops, and general career development advice, along with industry-specific information, job opportunities, and networking connections. Students can seek assistance from both the Career Center as well as their school-based career centers or professionals.
- We recommend keeping in close communication with the USC Career Center about your updated point of contacts, hiring cycle, organization culture, and brand to maximize and update your organization’s knowledge and involvement with the students.
- It is important to maintain professional and meaningful recruiter-student communication before, during, and after the hiring process. Communicating regularly with students, even those that were not offered a position, will keep the students engaged with your recruiting process and continue to improve their application or interview outcomes.