Branding your Organization
Advertising Your Visit
You can advertise in the student newspaper, The Spectator. Rates are available online. Also, you may hire a student to flyer in the residence halls and academic buildings. You may also hire a student temporarily to post flyers for you around campus by posting the opportunity in LionSHARE.
Event Description for Online Calendar - We will also add your event to our events calendar. Please submit an event description as soon as possible so that we may get the details to our students. A sample is included below. Send the event description to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading "Employer Name: Event Description" to facilitate the quickest and most accurate posting. Here is the suggested template for the description:
Title of Event:
Type of Event:
Brief Description: Be sure to highlight any significant speakers and discuss what students should expect. What should students be prepared for? Will there be alumni there?
Target Audience: Undergraduates, Masters, and/or PhD students
Registration Information: RSVP through CCE and/or through your website?
Suggested Attire: Business Casual, Business Formal, Casual
Suggested Resources: We can provide links or tips here.
Additional Questions? Contact Information? (Optional)
Student Organization Contacts
Over 100 student groups/clubs at Columbia University offer organizations an opportunity to make contacts with a targeted group of students. They can serve as a valuable resource to increase your visibility on campus. For a complete listing of student groups/clubs, please see the University's Clubs and Organizations page.
We encourage you to work through the Center for Career Education to coordinate your activity with a student group. To discuss how your organization can work with a student club, please call us at (212) 854-9167.
Employer Relations Consulting Services
Employer Relations works closely with potential employers to simplify and maximize their recruitment efforts by:
- Consulting with organizations to understand their immediate and future hiring needs
- Developing targeted recruitment strategies
- Providing a variety of effective promotional resources
- Offering user-friendly online recruitment management tools
To streamline and maximize your recruiting at Columbia University, contact The Center for Career Education directly.
Patrick Smith, Senior Associate Director, Outreach
Emily Newman, Senior Associate Director, On-Campus Recruiting
Vernon Gibbs, II, Outreach Specialist, Outreach
Michael Madera, Outreach Specialist, Outreach
Jeanine Daley, On-Campus Recruiting Coordinator