Personalize Your Recruiting Plan

Cultivate a strong campus presence to attract students. Attending and sponsoring our annual fall and spring career fair is just one option. See below for other ideas on how to start your recruiting journey and connect with our Career Services team for direct, personal assistance. We're also open to your creative ideas!

Participate in Career Fairs and Events

Meet qualified talent at our various career fairs and events throughout the academic year. Or get to know students in a more relaxed setting by participating in our NTC Career Chats Series. Our students are looking forward to getting to know you and your mission.

Post Opportunities in Handshake

More than 500,000 employers hire students on Handshake. Join this leading career site for college students and connect directly with our Tulanians who are looking for new opportunities. 

Participate in On-Campus Interviewing

Meet students where they are – on our beautiful campus! Conduct in-person interviews in one of our high-tech interview rooms in Mussafer Hall. You can schedule on-campus interviews and review student résumés on Handshake.

Connect with a Specific School or Major

Know exactly what type of student you're looking for? Work with our Career Services team to create a plan tailored to that specific school or major. 

Advertise in the Hullabaloo

The Tulane Hullabaloo prides itself on being a self-funded, student-run organization dedicated to serving the Tulane and Uptown communities. Advertising on The Tulane Hullabaloo is a great way to reach the Tulane community.  They publish weekly and accept online, print, social media, newsletter, magazine, and out-of-home advertisements. The Tulane Hullabaloo is extremely flexible and can accept insertion orders today, and have your campaign running within hours.

Offer an Information Session

With our help, you can create their own personalized career or job fair where they are the only employer on campus that day. The Career Services team provides you a space on campus to meet with and recruit students. You can also use your time on campus to plan for and schedule on-campus interviews for later that same day or the next day.