Whether you are a new or longtime recruiting partner, we appreciate your interest in USC Marshall and USC Leventhal talent.
Marshall Undergraduate Career Services works exclusively with current business and accounting undergraduates and alumni up to one year out. If you are interested in recruiting other Marshall students including Marshall MBA, Specialized Marshall Masters Programs or alumni post-one year out click here for additional contact information.
Employers know they can expect exceptional results when they hire our students. In addition to the theoretical knowledge accumulated through our rigorous curriculum, students have critical hands-on experience thanks to invaluable internship opportunities at organizations ranging from small start-ups to major national and international organizations. Students further hone their teamwork, communication, and problem solving skills through involvement in Marshall student organizations and participation in case competitions, and are armed with the leadership skills needed to succeed in today’s dynamic business landscape.
Our students have ample opportunities to expand their cultural competence, traveling overseas as part of international business classes, learning abroad in exchange programs, studying at USC – a campus with one of the largest international student populations of any American university, and living in the most culturally diverse city in the nation. These experiences allow our students to develop a deep global business perspective.
For an overview of our undergraduate student community, including demographics, job placement, and starting salaries, please review our Marshall Undergraduate Recruiter Handbook 2016-2017.
There are several great ways to generate buzz and increase your company’s presence among our Marshall undergraduates. Click here to view the 2016-2017 Employer Involvement and Recruiting Calendar that highlights key involvement opportunities during the academic year.
We look forward to working with you to achieve your organization’s recruitment goals. We are confident that our partnership with the USC Career Center and our targeted career programming for business administration and accounting students will provide you with resources and services needed to foster strong relationships within the USC Marshall and USC Leventhal Trojan Family.
We look forward to welcoming you to campus this year.
Resources to Build your Company Presence
Participate in our many career events as a way to raise awareness and reinforce your company’s brand among the Marshall the student population.
Resources to Promote Opportunities and Collect Applications
There are a number of ways to get involved with our students. In addition to the strategies listed below, please review the information on connectSC for detailed information regarding On-Campus Recruiting, Career Fairs, Internship Week, and the USC Career Center’s Recruiting Guidelines.
Below is information regarding the services offered by the USC Marshall Office of Undergraduate Student Services.
- Marshall Career Source Job Board – Post a Job or Internship
- Communication / Promotion Channels – Weekly Newsletter, Targeted Distribution Lists and Social Media
- Marshall Resume Books
Employer Involvement & Recruiting Calendar
Connect with USC Marshall undergraduate talent! See below for the 2016-2017 schedule of events or open a printable version with more details.
- August 22 Fall Semester Begins
- September 12 USC Fall On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Begins
- September 14 Marshall Fall Recruiter Reception
- September 15 USC Fall Career Fair
- September 26-29 Investigate Industries and Internships (I3)
- October Marshall Career Conference Registration Opens
- October Spring Marshall Recruiter Reception Registration Opens
- November 18 USC Fall On-Campus Recruiting Ends
- December 2 Last Day of Fall Classes
- January 9 Spring Semester Begins
- January 23 USC Spring On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Begins
- January 30 USC Career Fest
- January 31 USC Diversity Networking Mixer
- February 3 Marshall Career Conference
- February 8 Marshall Spring Recruiter Reception
- February 9 USC Spring Career Fair
- TBD USC Internship Week
- April 14 USC Spring On-Campus Recruiting Ends
- April 28 Last Day of Spring Classes
Marshall Undergraduate Career Services is also excited to announce the launch of the Marshall Network!
The Marshall Network is an online directory of Marshall alumni and other friends of the university from around the globe who have volunteered to serve as a resource for Marshall and Leventhal undergraduate students. The Marshall Network gives current students a valuable asset in their career exploration process – the ability to easily reach out to “friendly faces” to learn about different career paths, receive internship/job search advice, and discuss various career development topics. If you are a Marshall alum and would like to learn more, click here.
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Post a Job or Internship
To post a full-time or internship position, please visit the Marshall Career Source. Marshall Career Source (MCS) is the online posting site for jobs, internships, events, and announcements for undergraduate business and accounting students. Please follow the steps to register as a new employer, or if you are an existing employer, simply enter your username and password on the site homepage. Job postings will be reviewed within two business days. Marshall Undergraduate Career Services cannot post or edit positions on behalf of an employer or contact. Companies must create their own accounts and manage the posting of their job and internship listings.
Communication / Promotion Channels
- Marshall Career Source Weekly Newsletter
The Marshall Career Source Weekly Newsletter is a great way to advertise upcoming events, job and internship opportunities, and announcements to all Marshall undergraduate students. The Newsletter is distributed weekly on Thursday mornings. Companies may advertise in the weekly newsletter by sending a short blurb to our office at email@example.com with the subject line “Marshall Career Source Weekly Newsletter_Employer Name.” All information must be received by Tuesday at 5:00pm in order to be included in Thursday’s newsletter. Informational blurbs must be a maximum of 100 words and, if applicable, include all information regarding the event details (time, date, location, and MCS job posting number) or how to RSVP if it is an event. Marshall Undergraduate Career Services reserves the right to refuse posting of information at any time in the newsletter.
- Targeted Distribution Lists
Marshall staff have access to various opt-in distribution lists to reach targeted groups of students and get the word out about upcoming events and positions. These channels include targeted distribution lists to student organization leaders and students who have indicated they are interested in various career areas including: Consulting; Finance and Accounting; International; Investment Banking; IT, Operations and Data Analytics; Management, Human Resources and Other Functions; Marketing, Sales and Business Development; and Real Estate. Marshall staff send emails to these targeted distribution channels at their discretion. If you would like to discuss these opportunities to promote your opportunity further please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Social Media
Follow us on Twitter and Like us on Facebook to stay up to date with recent news from Marshall Undergraduate Career Services! Companies may advertise positions on Facebook and Twitter by sending a short blurb to our office at email@example.com with the subject line “Social Media Posting_Employer Name.” To post on Twitter, informational blurbs must be a maximum of 140 characters. To post on Facebook, blurbs must be a maximum of 300 characters. Please allow one business day from receipt of your email for posting to Facebook and Twitter. Marshall Undergraduate Career Services reserves the right to refuse posting of information to social media at any time.
The Spring 2017 Marshall Resume Book is now available! This book represents select Marshall students and is searchable by many fields including student interest areas (see list below) – so you can proactively target specific candidates for your unique opportunities. If you are interested in receiving the resume book, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student Interest Areas
(2) Finance and Accounting
(4) Investment Banking
(5) IT, Operations and Data Analytics
(6) Management, Human Resources and Other Functions
(7) Marketing, Sales and Business Development
(8) Real Estate
Please note that students are updating their resumes on a continuous basis and we encourage our employers to obtain the most recent version of students’ resumes should they contact students directly.
Marshall has an established network of committed and involved undergraduate student organizations. Engaging with USC Marshall student organizations is a great way to connect with Marshall’s top talent. We welcome employers to partner directly with these groups to host events or promote position opportunities through employer sessions, workshops, coffee chats, and more! Click here for a complete list of Marshall student organizations for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Information Sessions and Events
Due to class scheduling and space restrictions, Marshall Undergraduate Career Services is unable to host employer information sessions and events at any time throughout the year. On-Campus Recruiting and Company Information Sessions are hosted by the USC Career Center and more information is located HERE.
Event and Posting Advertisement via Flyers
Due to facilities constraints, our office is not able to advertise employer information sessions or postings via flyers.
Thank you for providing opportunities to USC Marshall undergraduate students. We look forward to working with you to meet your recruiting needs.