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.
Post your Jobs and Internships
To post openings including full-time, part-time jobs 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.
Pop-up tabling offers you a way to introduce your company to students in a more focused setting by hosting a table on campus in a strategic location.
Tabling is available during the academic year, Monday through Friday, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. To request a date and review tabling costs for the 2023-24 academic year, please complete the Pop-up Table Request Form. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
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 and interview preparation are great ways to promote your brand and help students. For more information, please contact Jamie Rickard, 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 or Career Services mentor. In return, the experience offers many advantages for the employer. For more information, please reach out to the Center for Career and Academic Planning.
Employer Advisory Board
The Employer Advisory Board is a non-fiduciary volunteer board that advises the Career Services team at St. John Fisher University.
The primary function of this group is to provide a forum for employers and SJF stakeholders to engage in relevant discussions regarding a wide variety of career and employment topics. Information gathered from these discussions aims to strengthen the services offered by Career Services on campus. Meeting topics include business/industry updates, recruiting/hiring trends, internships, and identifying Fisher student and/or entry-level skill gaps.
- Katie Cavallaro, Talent Acquisition and University Relations Specialist, Constellation Brands
- Ashley George, Talent Acquisition DEI Strategist, Paychex
- Amy Hoffarth, HR Programs & Communications Manager, Excellus
- Inga Hill, Strategic HR Business Partner, Thermo Fisher Scientific