Thank you for your interest in our students!
We invite you to partner with us to recruit great Temple talent, build your visibility and expand your workforce! Join hundreds of employers from a wide-range of industries who use the Temple University Career Center as their primary source for talent! Please check out the various ways to recruit and build relationships with our students:
On-campus interview facilities are available during the academic year on a first-come, first-served basis. The Career Center can coordinate the employment postings, manage applications and schedule pre-selected candidates for interviews. If you would like to schedule on campus interviews, please contact Jim McLaughlin, Recruitment Coordinator, at email@example.com or 215-204-4461. Click HERE to get started
University-wide Career Fairs and Part-time Job Fairs are held each fall and spring semester. For dates and details please see below.
University-Wide Career Fair (Open to all Majors)
Thursday, February 19, 2015
12:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Upon check-in at the Career Fair the staff will give you your sign-up sheet, a stack of appointment cards, and final instructions. Most employers choose to fill their schedule from the students they meet while recruiting.
Optional: You may also post a job listing via Owlnetwork
Note: State in your job description that you will be recruiting at the Spring Career Fair
You will be responsible for setting up your own schedule (interview space available from 9:00am-5:00pm)
Schedules must be submitted to the interviewing staff upon check-in
Planning Your Visit
Parking on campus is at a premium, we recommend you arrive 30 minutes prior to your first interview. The Career Center is located at 1913 N. Broad Street, which is one block north of Broad Street and Montgomery Avenue. The Liacouras Parking Garage is located at 15th Street and Montgomery Avenue.
All interviews are conducted in the Career Center Recruitment Suite, located on the second floor of Mitten Hall, Room 220. All interviews are conducted between 8:30 am and 5:00 p.m. Please contact Jim McLaughlin, Recruitment Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your scheduling needs.
Complimentary hot beverages will be available to you during the day in the Recruitment Suite. For your convenience, a listing of On-Campus Eateries will be provided upon check-in.
In addition, Wireless connection to the Internet is available in the Career Center. When you check-in, please ask the Recruitment Coordinator for the current password to access the wireless connection.
Unloading & Set-up
Drop-off your colleagues, unload your materials and enter the Howard Gittis Student Center from the South entrance between 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Staff will be on hand to assist you.
Organizations check-in at Employer Registration (location on Second Floor) to receive event information, name badges, and interview instructions.
Lunch - 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. on level 2 (follow the signs).
Business casual or business formal. We recommend comfortable shoes.
The Career Center
1913 N. Broad Street
Mitten Hall, Room 220
Philadelphia, Pa 19122
Attn: Career Fair
Please DO NOT send packages to the Howard Gittis Student Center. Any packages sent directly to the Howard Gittis Student Center will be refused and returned to you; this may cause your materials to be unavailable the day of the event.
Speed up the process and create your return shipping labels in advance. Make sure you have a label for every package!
Reach students and alumni from all academic disciplines by posting your positions on OwlNetwork. This is a FREE on-line posting system that enables students across all academic disciplines and alumni (mid to senior level) to search for opportunities and apply on-line. Please see the Employer Posting Instructions for your use.
Offered throughout the academic year, mock interviews offer employers an opportunity to build their presence and help Temple students practice their interviewing skills. Representatives interview students for mock positions and give valuable feedback. If you are interested in serving as an Interviewer, please contact Jim McLaughlin, Recruitment Coordinator, at email@example.com or 215-204-4461.
We would like to thank you for your support and participation in the Career Center Mock Interview Program. Your experience in industry will undoubtedly, elevate our student’s preparedness and professionalism in an interview setting.
To ensure that you have all of the information you need to participate in the mock interview program, we have provided you with the following information.
Mock interviews are a great way for students to practice their interview skills with an experienced professional. This opportunity allows them to receive feedback on what they are doing well and areas that they need to improve upon. Undergraduate and graduate students can participate in a video-recorded mock interview in the Career Center Recruitment Suite. Mock Interviews are conducted by Industry professionals and the Career Center staff.
Mock Interviews are conducted in the fall (September – December); and the spring (February – April). Each interview will last 30 minutes, with 20 minutes for the actual interview and the remaining time spent providing feedback and answering student questions.
Each Interview Room is equipped with a video camera to record the mock interviews. You don’t have to be an “expert” to operate the camera. You will only have to push record and stop. Our Recruitment staff will demonstrate how to use the camera on the day of your interview. Please note, after the interviews, the Recruitment Staff will provide students with a copy of their mock interview on a flash drive for their use, along with the interview feedback form.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who participates in the mock interview?
Both undergraduate and master’s level students can participate.
What are the student’s majors?
All undergraduate and master’s level majors are represented.
How many students will I interview?
On average, one schedule can accommodate 13 students (at 30 minutes per interview). The schedule will include breaks and lunch.
What type of questions should I ask them?
We’ve compiled for your use, standard behavioral based questions that should be asked in each interview. If you have additional questions, please feel to add them to the “Interview form.”
How long are the interviews?
The interviews are 30 minutes in duration, with approximately 15-20 minutes of interview time, and 10-15 minutes for feedback.
Do I have to commit to a full day of interviews?
No. We recognize your demanding schedules and can easily accommodate a ½ day schedule (AM – 9-12 noon or PM 1-4:45PM).
How far in advance will I receive the mock interview schedule and resumes?
You will receive your final schedule and resume bundle two business days prior to the interview date.
Will I complete an evaluation form for each student?
Yes, an evaluation form will be available for your use during the interview. Please fill out the form during the interview and be prepared to review with the student.
Can I refer a colleague to serve as a mock interviewer?
Most certainly, we welcome professionals who have interview experience. Please have them contact Jim McLaughlin at firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-204-7981.
Can I use the mock interview program as a way to identify potential candidates for my company?
Yes. Many of our employers have indicated that they have identified qualified candidates for their positions after participating in the mock interviews. While you’re helping students sharpen their interviewing skills, this is a great opportunity to connect to students.
Conduct large-group information sessions to educate students about your organization and about job and internship opportunities. The Career Center can help you market and make arrangements for your information sessions. To schedule Information sessions, please contact Jim McLaughlin, Recruitment Coordinator at email@example.com or 215-204-4461.
Temple Career LinkedIn
If you are a Temple alumnus/ae network online with Temple students by joining our LinkedIn Group (professional online networking). You’ll be able to discuss career issues and industry trends with students, as well as provide updates on new initiatives and opportunities within your organization.
Help students to more deeply explore career areas of interest through hosting a job-shadowing experience at your work-site. This can be another good way to enhance your brand and to identify students interested in your line of work and your organization.