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Employers in the region rely on the talent and skills provided by the USF community. Whether you are seeking full-time professional or seasonal employees, we can support your hiring needs.

Post a Job

The Career Development Center utilizes Handshake, for employers to advertise open positions to USF students and alumni.

Why Hire a USF Graduate?

Our graduates bring a distinctive blend of knowledge, experience, and values to the workforce. Here’s why:

  • They are educated in the liberal arts tradition, meaning they develop essential critical thinking, communication, and collaborative skills.
  • They develop professional experience and demeanor through internships, co-ops, clinicals and other forms of experiential learning.
  • They are taught and mentored by expert faculty in small learning environments.
  • Our Franciscan values are incorporated throughout their entire experience, giving them strong ethical guidelines and leadership training

In short, they enter the workforce energized, informed, and fully prepared to contribute to a company’s success!

Other services for Employers include:

  • Lunch ‘n Learns
  • On-Campus Employer Visits
  • Academic Program Collaboration
  • Mentorships
  • Career and Internship Fairs
  • Employer Site Visits
  • Job Posting Services
  • Social Media Postings
  • Guest Speaker Opportunities
  • Volunteer Opportunities
  • Career Development Center Partner Program

Create a Lasting Career Connection!

See our Partner Program for ways to support career education and recruit Indiana’s finest employees!

Corporate Training

Is your organization looking for highly-qualified professionals? If so, USF partners with businesses and organizations to support growth and advancement through corporate training. OurCareer Development Center will collaborate with the faculty to create a custom training program to meet your needs.

To start, email Matthew Hall and request a consultation.