Full Time Job and Internship Recruitment Season begin in mid-September each year beginning with Career Week. Career Week includes events such as Mock Interviews, Resume Reviews and Information Sessions to assist you in preparing for the full time job recruitment season and specifically to prepare you for the annual Atlanta University Center Career Fair.
Every year during the third week in September the Atlanta University Center’s (AUC) Career Planning and Placement Service sponsors a comprehensive Career Fair for current students and recent AUC graduates. More than 200 companies participate in the annual AUC Career Fair, recruiters are present to network with potential job and internship candidates. It is vital that every student interested in participating in the Full Time Job and Summer Internship Recruitment Process attend the annual AUC Career Fair. Immediately following the career fair, employers begin interviewing on campus for full time jobs and internships.
Full Time Job and Internship Recruitment Registration
You must register with your specific career advisor in order to interview on campus for full time jobs or internships. Your career advisor will review your resume and administer to you an Erecruiting account. Erecruiting is an Internet based recruitment program. With Erecruiting you can view the list of employers who are coming to campus to interview for internships and full time jobs. Erecruiting will allow you to review job descriptions, access employer recruitment contact persons, link to company websites and sign up for on campus interviews.
Obtain an Erecruiting account from your career advisor
- Business Majors see Ms. Pat Bowers, Career Planning and Placement for Business Majors, Leadership Center room 222, 404-681-2800 x 2644.
- Non Business Majors - Kilgore 200, 404-215-2672.
- Engineering majors should also register with the AUC Dual Degree Office, 156 Mildred Street, on the campus of Clark Atlanta University, 404-659-3846.
Once you are registered with your Morehouse College Career Planning and Placement advisor, you will gain access to the various opportunities available for the AUC.
Internships, also referred to as work-based learning, provide the opportunity for students to apply knowledge gained in the classroom to real-life work experiences that will assist with the careful selection of a viable profession upon graduation.
Because the career search process can be competitive, students are encouraged to participate in the internship program from as early as the summer following their freshman year. Participating in internships this early provides at least three work-based learning experiences that will significantly increase your confidence and marketability in applying for full time jobs and/or applying to graduate/professional school.
Additional Full Time Job and Internship Resources
Below is a list of links to other resources to assist you in your job and internship search.
Click on Jobs tab to see a list of available positions.
Click on Calendar tab to see which companies are coming to campus to conduct information sessions and interviews, sign up for interviews.
JobWeb.com - Career development and job-search advice for new college graduates.
USA Jobs - the
federal government job posting website
SEO Sponsors for Educational Opportunity - Financial
Services Internships on Wall Street in New York;
Philanthropy and Post Baccalaureate Law Internships.
SEO contact: Tamesha Harper firstname.lastname@example.org 917-379-3923
United Negro College Fund - scholarship/internship
opportunities For minority students, most majors.
National Science Foundation - Summer
Research programs for science majors.
Institute For Experiential Learning: Internships in Washington, D.C.