Attend the 2021 Spring Virtual Career and Internship Fair!

                          Thursday, Feb. 25th 3:30-6:30pm.   

-Register Here   *Please note our registration deadline is Monday, February 1st.*

     - New to Handshake? Click Here

Handshake Employer Guide for Virtual Fairs

The Spring Virtual Career and Internship Fair is one of Le Moyne College’s premier career events, hosted by the Office of Career Advising and Development. The fair will allow organizations to meet students from a wide variety of programs and majors.

Employers from across the region attend to engage with the best and brightest Le Moyne College undergraduate & graduate students and alumni. Le Moyne College Career Fairs are held in the fall and spring for all industries to take part and support their recruiting needs. Come find out why Le Moyne students embodies the term "Greatness Meets Goodness".

College of Arts and Sciences Majors/Programs include:

  • Psychology, Sociology, Criminology
  • Cybersecurity, Computer Science , Software Applications and Systems Development
  • Actuarial Science, Applied Mathematics, *Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Biochemistry, Environmental Science Systems English, Communications, Pre-Law
  • Economics, Political Science

*Please note Health Professions Fair will be held mid-April, 2021. (Date, TBD)

Madden School of Business Majors/ Programs include:

  • Information Systems
  • Finance & *Accounting (*Please note Accounting Fair is held annually in early September)
  • Business Analytics
  • Marketing
  • Management and Leadership
  • Human Resources Management
  • Risk Management and Insurance
  • Masters of Business Administration, Masters of Information Systems, and more.

For a complete list of majors and programs please click here.

We are honored to work with you and to share our Le Moyne community of smart, driven, and generous students.

Committed to academic excellence, we prepare our students to take their place in a rapidly changing world through forward-looking, sustainable educational opportunities grounded in the liberal arts. We offer a comprehensive education centered on the whole person to facilitate thoughtful career choices, better personal understanding, and concern for society at large.

We invite you to get to know our students and alumni and look forward to working with you to support their achievement of meaningful career success. 

Guide to Employer Engagement

On Campus Recruitment:

 All student employment positions are now posted on Handshake.

Please read these instructions on how to move your department's open jobs into Handshake:
  • Create a company profile for your department. Each department should use the following naming convention – Le Moyne College: Department Name. For example, if Campus Life & Leadership wanted to set up an account, their company name would be “Le Moyne College: Campus Life & Leadership”
  • If you have previously posted jobs in Handshake, we will be in touch with you with instructions on how to update your employer profile. If you haven’t heard from us, please reach out to careers@lemoyne.edu.
*If you need assistance on setting up Handshake, please reached out the Office of Career Advising & Development by email or x4185.


All employers working with the Office of Career Advising & Development at Le Moyne College are expected to maintain a positive, collaborative working relationship with our staff. This includes abiding by the employer policies and procedures, meeting necessary deadlines for recruiting, complying with the legal obligations of recruiters, and maintaining the confidentiality of student data as outlined by the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).

The Office of Career Advising & Development reserves the right to deny campus recruiting services to employers. Reasons may include misrepresentation, complaints by students/alumni, violation of Le Moyne recruiting policies, and positions that are not of interest to our students and/or in moral conflict with our mission as a Jesuit College.     

If you have any questions regarding recruiting at Le Moyne College or our employer policies, please contact Meredith Tornabene,  tornabmm@lemoyne.edu, (315) 445-4185.   


Post an Opportunity - Handshake

Handshake is a cutting-edge career platform, designed to help you post jobs and internship opportunities, set-up on-campus interviews, register for on-campus events and connect directly with students. To get started, visit Handshake and look for Le Moyne College!


Off-Campus Work-Study Program Members

The Off-Campus Work-Study (OCWS) Program is designed to give Le Moyne College undergraduate students the opportunity to work with community-based organizations across Syracuse, while earning pay, important skills, and experience through their Federal Work-Study (FWS) Award.

A Past Recruitment Event

Recruitment events are a wonderful way to reach students who have a wide complement of skills. Throughout the year we host both campus-wide and specialized career fairs and events. We also work with our employers to tailor information sessions, career chats (tabling), and on-campus interviews to your specific needs. To get started contact our team at careers@lemoyne.edu or (315) 445-4185.       

Note: To recruit on campus, you must have an employer account in Handshake!

Commitment to Anti-Racism

The Career Advising & Development Office will work with the faculty, administration, staff, students, and alums to become an anti-racist institution. Our collective Jesuit mission calls us to strive for nothing less.
We honor our role in this important work. The Career Advising & Development team is dedicated to educating students, alums, employers, and each other about diversity, equity, and inclusion in our society, and specifically, in the workplace. As we move forward, we commit ourselves to the following:

·       Sponsor and collaborate with student-led programming related to increasing equity and inclusion.
·       Act to diversify our student and professional staff.
·       Create a repository of online resources dedicated to supporting the career goals of students of color, students with disabilities, LGBTQ students, and other marginalized identities.
·       Evaluate and share post-graduate outcomes with response rates broken out by race/ethnicity
·       Attend professional development opportunities each year that focus on equity, inclusion, dismantling systemic racism, etc. Staff will be expected to detail these opportunities in their annual evaluations.
·       Engage employers in conversations about their efforts to both increase diversity through their hiring practices and retain the employees they hire through those efforts.

Get in Touch

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Reilly Hall 342

Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Road,
Syracuse, NY 13214


PHONE:

(315) 445-5427


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