Recruit with confidence at Rhodes.
We graduate students who are passionate about learning, affecting change in the world and exemplifying leadership and service with integrity. We’re confident you’ll find strong candidates for your company or organization at Rhodes.
Our Career Services staff works with employers to develop a recruitment strategy, including:
On-campus Recruiting—Conduct on-campus interviews for full- or part-time positions.* We’ll arrange your schedule and provide a private interview room for up to 13 30-minute interviews per day. We’ll advertise your recruiting session through electronic and printed communications to senior students and on the Career Services website. Recruiting visits may be scheduled from late September to late November, and late January to late April.
Information Sessions—Generate attention weeks in advance or connect with pre-selected students the evening before your scheduled recruitment visit. Most sessions are held from 6 to 7 pm and are coordinated through the Career Services office.
Career Fair—Generally held during the third week of February, this event lets you showcase your organization to students and meet informally with potential candidates for full-time, part-time, and temporary positions.
Job Postings—You may post full- or part-time openings for Rhodes students online at CareerLynX. The service is free. Registration is required.
Resume Referrals—We can collect and send you resumes of qualified candidates for full-time positions. Simply forward a written request and job description to the Career Services Office, 2000 North Parkway, Memphis, TN 38112. This service is available to primary and third-party employers (name of employing organization must be supplied). We also will help arrange interviews.
Babysitting List—During the school year as well as during the summer, Career Services offers an electronic babysitting list compiled of Rhodes students who enjoy childcare. You can access this list by calling Career Services at (901) 843-3800.
*Recruitment of positions requiring monetary outlay by the candidate for equipment, training, supplies or application procedures is not permitted. This does not apply to federal and state licensing requirements such as real estate, securities, etc.