Career Development Resources for Employers

Resources for Employers

Career Development

Job and Internship Opportunities

We are happy to promote and advertise your job and internship opportunities to Salve Regina students through Handshake. Our students can search and apply for job and internship positions directly through this online database. If you are interested in advertising an opportunity, please see our Handshake webpage.

Recruiting and Networking

We work with a wide range of employers who are seeking to recruit talented students and alumni for full-time and part-time employment and internships. In addition to posting employment opportunities, we invite you to join us on campus and connect with our students face to face.

If you are interested in any of the opportunities listed below, please email and we will contact you to coordinate your visit. For more information about our office and the ways in which we partner with employers, please see our employer information packet. We look forward to working with you.

We welcome the opportunity to have companies and organizations conduct interviews with Salve Regina students on campus, and we are happy to coordinate your campus visit. Dates for on-campus interviews are available throughout the academic year and can occur as part of a career connections night or independently as needed. Our Handshake platform allows employers to manage interview schedules online, including requesting an interview date and schedule, posting a job or internship opportunity, and selecting candidates. If you are interested in scheduling on-campus interviews, please see our Handshake webpage.

Companies and organizations who are interested in hosting an information table in the O'Hare Academic Building or visiting a classroom are invited to join us on campus. Please let us know if there are any specific majors you are targeting before your visit so that we may connect you with students of interest. You can request a tabling event directly through the Handshake system. Please see our Handshake webpage for additional information.

Career connections nights are a series of networking events targeted to specific academic programs. These typically begin with a panel discussion and conclude with an open networking mixer. We invite employers to join us for all or part of the event and network with our current students. Currently, we offer career connections nights for accounting and finance, nursing, administration of justice and English, and look forward to adding more programs in the future. Please let us know if there are specific academic programs you are targeting so that we may match you to the appropriate event.

Our Career Treks program provides employers the opportunity to host students for a one- or two-day job shadowing experience on-site at their organization. Through this program, employers are able to build relationships with potential future interns or job candidates, and gain exposure for their organization across Salve Regina's campus. This program is targeted towards students in their sophomore year.

Our mentorship program connects current undergraduate students with professionals in their field of interest through an informational interview along with one-on-one conversations throughout the academic year at the employer's discretion. This program may also provide its participants with additional opportunities to connect during the year through organized events such as networking receptions, panel discussions, workshops and conferences. These events are intended to provide our undergraduate students with additional networking and learning opportunities to further explore their interest in their fields of choice. This program is targeted towards students in their junior year.

Senior Summit is a one-day career preparation conference for graduating seniors. Through workshops and networking events, students are able to articulate their past experiences, and synthesize and apply what they’ve learned from their personal and professional development throughout their four years at Salve Regina to fully evaluate post-graduate options. Students learn job search and application practices and networking strategies to help them attain meaningful post-graduate employment, acceptance into graduate programs, and other professional development opportunities. We invite employers to participate in various workshops and networking events throughout the conference.