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Enhance Your Employer Brand

Employer Policy 2017-2018

There are several opportunities for employers to participate in branding activities outside our normal recruiting events. These include: 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PARTNERSHIP COUNCIL

The Partnership Council   was developed to strengthen relationships with key employers dedicated to recruiting talent from SBU.  Council members are invited based on recruiting history and involvement on campus.  The Council is a one-year commitment; members provide support for activities through sponsorship and time.  Also, relationships are fostered with academic departments to increase education/industry collaborations.

Employer participation is based on the commitment levels listed below, and includes a strategy meeting to specify your organization’s needs relative to building your brand as an employer of choice through

  • Web and social media
  • Direct recruitment events
  • Connections with student organizations, key departments, and faculty
  • Focus on your special population recruitment needs

All packages may be customized to fit your need

** Based on your branding and recruiting needs, you may choose to consider a campus-wide or diversity focus with each level of council packages.

To learn more about the Partnership Council, you may complete the form through the link below or call a member of our Employer Relations team.

Fill out the form

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

STUDENT CAREER
PREPARATION FUNDING

 

Career Center Internship/ Experiential Outreach Fund

Provide stipends to students with unpaid internships and/or for housing allowance for internships away from permanent home, and/or transportation for job shadow experiences.

Student Professional Development Fund

The Career Center Student Professional Development Fund was created to help undergraduate students take advantage of career-related professional development opportunities. The number and size of the awards depends upon the number of applications, the relevance of the proposed activity to the student's career goals, and the amount of funding available. Funding is made possible by the generous gifts of parents, students, employers/industry partners, alumni, and friends of Stony Brook University.

Diversity Initiative Support Fund

Provide one-year student membership, conference registrations and other conference fees, and transportation to networking events all focused on diverse populations, or stipend to underserved/underrepresented students for unpaid internships or housing allowance.

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAMING OPPORTUNITIES

 

  • Career Center
  • On-Campus Interview Suites
  • Career Center Workshop Room

If you are interested in sponsorship, please complete the Career Center Employer Sponsorship Interest Form.

 

 

 

 

 

ADVERTISING YOUR POSITIONS
AND RECRUITING EVENTS

 

Post your external recruiting events through Handshake
If your company/organization hosts Open Houses, special population conferences, or wants to promote your scholarships, please use the instructions to learn how to post your events on Handshake for students to view. Career Center staff will review and approve your event posting if appropriate to our student populations.
Career Fair Plus Job Fair app advertisement
  • $ 150 per ad per job fair
  • Contact the Career Center after you have registered for a Stony Brook University job fair
Recreation Center Radio Advertisement or Workout Equipment TV Advertisement
Contact Jay Souza, Director of Campus Recreation for pricing and details (631) 632-3276 or  souza@stonybrook.edu.

 

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