Employers and Organizations

By connecting with the Career, Mentoring, and Professional Development Center, employers and organizations gain the advantage of meeting highly talented and skilled candidates and potential volunteers from over 35 distinguished undergraduate programs and 15 graduate programs, along with a number of concentrations, minors, and certifications.

The Career Center proudly follows the National Association of Colleges and Employers "Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals" to and expects employers and organizations to adhere to these policies. In addition, the office has developed a comprehensive "Recruitment and Employment Guidelines" to serve as a guide in approving employers and organizations, volunteer opportunities, job postings, and promoting opportunities to Shippensburg University students and alumni.

Employers interested in mentoring students can email Tracy Montoro, tlmontoro@ship.edu,to learn more about the Raiders Connect Mentoring Program

There are several ways to recruit top talent from Shippensburg University. The list below outlines some of the most popular methods. Please contact Alix Rouby, Director of Internships, Career Mentoring and Employer Relations, to discuss a personalized plan for your organization, ajrouby@ship.edu or (717) 477-1484.

Post Vacancies on Ship Career Connection: SHIP Career Connection is a free, online job, and internship opportunity database that offers recruiting services for students, alumni, employers, faculty and staff. Some of the great services available through SHIP Career Connection include: internship and job search, post your resume for employers/organizations to view, on-campus recruiting, career event registration and more.

To create a SHIP Career Connection account, please visit the employer login page. Complete the required fields, and create a username and password. You will need your username and password to access your account in the future. If you have forgotten your password, please see the Employer FAQs. The employer reference sheet is also helpful in creating your account.

Career Fairs & Networking Expos: Held each fall and spring, Shippensburg University's career fairs/volunteering expos are a great way to connect with Shippensburg University students. Please see upcoming events for a full schedule of programs.

On-Campus Recruiting Program: Our on-campus recruiting program helps you connect with students and alums to fill full-time jobs and internship positions by interviewing for those positions using our office space. Dates are available in September, October, November and February, March, April each year.

To reserve a date, login to Ship Career Connection, click “On-Campus Recruiting,” then click “Request a Schedule.” For more information, contact Alix Rouby, ajrouby@ship.edu or (717) 477-1484.

Information Table: Reserve the Career, Mentoring, and Professional Development Center Information Table available Monday- Friday, 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. The Information Table is located inside Shippensburg University's Ceddia Union Building, located in a high traffic area right outside of the Raider Room, campus dining.

To reserve a table, login to Ship Career Connection, click on “Events,” then “Information Sessions,” then on “Request Information Session.” You can then select “Information Table” from the first drop-down menu.

For directions to the university, please visit the directions page.

Our office is located in the Ceddia Union Building (CUB) Room 108, building 28 on the campus map.

When visiting our office, please park in lot V-2 or C-7 as noted on the parking map.