For Employers

The Career Center serves students, alumni, and employer partners with high quality career programs and provides students with work-based experience and employment opportunities. We serve employers and organizations seeking to fill full-time permanent salaried positions and/or experiential opportunities, such as internships, micro-work experiences, service-learning or volunteer endeavors.  Each year over 250 companies and organizations recruit on our campus, seeking to benefit from the talent, energy and knowledge of Millersville University students.  If your organization seeks students, graduating seniors or alumni with an excellent education and potential for success, let us help you connect with them to achieve your recruiting goals.  

Two Ways to Connect with Students and Graduates

handshake career platform

Use Handshake, our comprehensive recruiting platform, to post full-time and internship employment opportunities for students and graduates, register for job fairs, and schedule interviews.  

How to create an employer user account or join an existing employer account in Handshake

How to post a job in Handshake

How to request an event in Handshake

In an effort to better protect Millersville University students and alumni from unethical and/or fraudulent companies or postings, The Career Center staff reserves the right to research individual companies and postings to determine if the opportunity in question will ultimately be beneficial and meet the needs of Millersville University students and alumni. 

 parker dewey logo

Post a Micro Work Experience on the Millersville University Parker Dewey platform to expand your recruiting pool to access diverse talent with 21st-century skills, improve the effectiveness of your hiring efforts and lower the costs (and risks) associated with onboarding, or if you just need some immediate help on projects because you or your team is overloaded. You pay Parker Dewey a project fee to post a short term project, students apply and are hired and supervised by you, and then Parker Dewey pays the student as an independent contractor.