Thank you for your interest in Mount Ida College students and graduates. When you’re looking to hire employees or interns, our helpful career services staff will provide you with a variety of opportunities to recruit our talented students, while accommodating your busy schedule and needs. We welcome you to contact us in regards to these opportunities, which includes, but is not limited to the following:
When you’re looking to hire employees or interns, our accommodating and helpful career services staff gives you several options to meet your busy schedule and needs:
- Posting a job or internship opening on MiCareers
- Hosting an on-campus information session
- Attending one of our annual career fairs
- Viewing student design work at senior thesis, gallery, and fashion shows
- Speaking to students in class or at career preparation events
If you have another need, please contact us, and we will try our best to accommodate your needs.
Click here to read the Guide for Employers and learn more about creating a job posting.
Why hire Mount Ida students?
By providing personal guidance in a way only small colleges can, Mount Ida helps students link their academic and career preparation with practical, real-world critical thinking, leadership, communication.
Most of our students have prior work experience, often in customer service roles, where they have learned communication skills, teamwork and professionalism.
Many of our students also have leadership experience through our co-curricular activities that include sports teams, student professional associations, residence life programs, clubs and organizations, diversity programs, and student government.
We invite you to contact us for recruitment activities, but please be aware that we adhere to guidelines set forth in the NACE (National Association of Colleges and Employers) Principles for Professional Conduct.
Therefore, employers recruiting our students will be expected to:
- Maintain equal employment opportunity (EEO) compliance and following affirmative action principles in recruiting activities. This includes avoiding questions that are considered unacceptable by EEO guidelines for fair employment practices during the recruiting process.
- Maintain the confidentiality of student information, regardless of the source
- Provide accurate information on their organization and employment opportunities
- Refrain from expecting or seeking special favors or treatment which would influence the recruitment process