Recruiting at Fisher
Building a talent pipeline for current and future openings is a top priority for employers. At Fisher, we offer multiple ways to engage with our outstanding students to help with your hiring needs.
Health and Safety Notice
Fisher cares about your health and safety and that of our students. We are eager to support mutually beneficial relationships to support your recruitment and our students' success, and we ask that you acknowledge that by recruiting from Fisher, you affirm that, in addition to following EOE guidelines for fair and ethical hiring practices, that you also affirm your organization is in compliance with current COVID-mitigation and safety measures as established by local, state, and national authorities.
Post your Jobs and Internships
To post openings including full-time, part-time or internships, create a free account on our career management system, Handshake.
Campus Recruitment Options
Our fairs draw students from all majors and class years. Registration for fairs is managed through Handshake. To be included on our employer email list regarding career fair announcements, contact email@example.com.
Information Sessions and Tabling
Information sessions and tabling offer you ways to introduce your company to students in a more focused setting. You can choose to hold a meeting where you can make a formal presentation and answer student questions, or you can table on campus in a strategic location.
In-person and virtual information sessions are available for a fee of $100 (for-profit organizations) and $35 (nonprofit organizations). To schedule your information session, contact Jamie Canfield, Associate Director of Career Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 899-3740.
Tabling is available for a fee of $35 (for-profit organizations) and $20 (nonprofit organizations). To request an information table, please complete an Information Table Request Form.
Teacher Recruitment Day
Fisher is part of the Rochester Area Career Development Association (RACDA), which hosts an annual Teacher Recruitment Day in the spring.
On-campus and virtual interviews allow you to conduct your talent recruitment simply and efficiently.
Professional Development Events
Employers are a tremendous resource for students to help them understand their future career options. Special events throughout the year including resume workshops, interview preparation, and our annual etiquette dinner are great ways to promote your brand and help students. For more information, please contact Jamie Canfield, Associate Director of Career Services, at email@example.com or (585) 899-3740.
Hosting an Intern
Hosting an intern from our campus requires a partnership between the student, employer, and if the opportunity is for academic credit, a faculty mentor. In return, the experience offers many advantages for the employer. For more information, please reach out to Tara Bloom, Experiential Learning Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (585) 385-7393.