Our goal is to assist you in finding the most qualified candidates for full-time jobs and internship opportunities. We provide extensive services to employers that include: on-campus recruiting, career fairs, resume referral, online job posting, and participation in career communities and other opportunities to connect with students and faculty.
On-campus interviews are a great way to reach talented applicants for full-time jobs and internships. Interviews between representatives of your organization and our students and alumni will be arranged to your specifications. Our office will publicize your visit and the position(s) for which you will be interviewing.
CCCI (College Career Consortium of Illinois - formerly ISCPA)
Millikin University’s membership in this consortium of 24 private colleges in Illinois allows us to serve you more strategically through joint interview schedules, resume referrals, vacancy listings, and career & internship fairs. For more information, please check out www.iscpa.org.
We offer a resume referral service through http://www.iscpa.org
Vacancy Listing Service
We maintain an employment vacancy listing through http://www.iscpa.org. Employers may mail, e-mail, or fax their position announcements to our office to be included in this listing. Our e-mail is CAPP@millikin.edu and our mailing address is Millikin University, 1184 West Main, Decatur, Illinois 62522-2084.
Make formal presentations to students regarding professional employment opportunities. Students benefit from the insights of a company representative and, as a recruiter, you will benefit from an informed candidate pool.
The Center for Academic & Professional Performance serves as a central location to post and promote internship opportunities to students. Interns bring new energy and a fresh perspective to the workplace. Additionally, Millikin interns offer technical, research, communication, and problem-solving skills. Internships allow students to apply knowledge learned in the classroom, gain real world experience, develop professional contacts, and demonstrate and continue to build the career readiness competencies employers seek in new college graduates.
In most majors, student interns typically work part-time (10-15 hours per week) during the academic year and full-time in the summer months. Some earn academic credit, while others intern for the practical experience only. Internships may be paid or unpaid, although compensated internships attract more applicants. We strongly encourage employers to follow the Department of Labor guidelines on unpaid internships.
Employers can volunteer their time to serve as a mentor to a Millikin University student. Mentors can serve a variety of student needs including job shadowing, informational interviewing, or hosting mock interviews.
We offer a variety of options for you to sponsor campus career-related activities and educational programs, either through the CAPP or directly with various student organizations. Call us for more details about how you can be a sponsor and increase your visibility with Millikin University students.
Some sponsorship options include:
- Professional Dress Seminar
- Dining & Professional Etiquette Workshop
- Career Builder Conference
- Senior Job Search Workshops
- Resources for our Career Library
Millikin University is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and adheres to the Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services & Employment Professionals established by that association. It is our expectation that all employers requesting use of our services also observe these guidelines, including compliance with all equal opportunity and affirmative action legislations.
For more information about Millikin University’s Center for Academic & Professional Perfromance, please call, write, or email us. We will be happy to send you literature on Millikin University and/or arrange a date for you to recruit on our campus. Join the steadily growing list of employers who utilize the Millikin University CAPP to connect with students.