The Baylor University Career Center wants to partner with your organization to develop a successful recruitment strategy for Baylor students. Below are the many opportunities to connect with our students on campus, virtually, or even at your office location.
The Baylor University Career Center is powered by the system Handshake. Handshake allows employers to search Baylor student public profiles and resumes, request an interview schedule, register for career events, and post a variety of internship and job opportunities for students. All recruitment strategies begin with actively posting positions on Handshake, and Handshake is your one-stop-shop for engaging with university recruitment.
Create your account, connect with Baylor, and get started with Handshake today!
Career Center-sponsored events such as career fairs, workshops, mock interviews, and panels provide employers an opportunity to connect face-to-face with a wide range of students. Formats may vary from large-scale networking booths at career fairs to targeted workshops and panels. For more information, please visit our Career Events page.
While you are on campus, we welcome you to reserve a lobby information table, speak in a class, give a presentation, or host an information session/workshop/panel for our students about your organization. Rooms and lobby tables are reserved on a first come, first served basis, free of charge. Audio visual equipment will be provided. To schedule your visit, please email CareerCenter@baylor.edu.
The Career Center has two office locations, each equipped with several interview suites and an employer lounge with full amenities (guest WIFI access, refreshments, television, etc.). All interview requests will be handled through Handshake. On-campus recruitment season is typically:
September – November
February – April
Let us bring our students to you! A "Career Trek” is a trip where the Career Center staff takes a group of students onsite to visit different organizations. Site visits may include a tour, presentation from leadership, information about career opportunities, and Q&A with current employees. To schedule a visit to your organization, please email CareerCenter@baylor.edu.
If you are unable to come to campus but would still like to recruit Baylor students, then consider engaging in the virtual recruitment opportunities below:
1) Post on Handshake (see link)
2) Schedule a Virtual Information Session (email CareerCenter@baylor.edu)
3) Register for the CareerEco Big 12 Virtual Career Fair (see Career Events page)
Baylor Student Activities provides countless opportunities for students to get involved. We encourage you to connect with students directly from more than 300 Baylor-recognized student organizations, the Baylor Activities Council, Chamber of Commerce, Student Foundation, Student Productions, Union Board, and Greek Life. These groups sponsor, create, and facilitate more than 10,000 events per year and often seek guest speakers or employer sponsors.
View list and connect with student organizations.
Baylor University is home to students from all 50 states, the District of Columbia and approximately 92 other countries. We have over 40 academic/professional, religious, Greek, and special interest multicultural organizations. Consistent with Baylor’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, the mission of the Department of Multicultural Affairs is to enrich the holistic development of each student by encouraging them to celebrate their personal heritage and embrace the cultures of others.
To connect with the Multicultural Affairs department, please visit their website.
For more information or to connect with a member of the Career Center regarding your recruitment strategy, please email CareerCenter@baylor.edu.