Recruiting Montclair State University Talent
Each of the University’s schools and colleges employs a Career Services professional dedicated to meeting the needs of both students and potential employers. To learn more about recruiting students from a specific major/program, click on each of the Colleges/Schools below.
The Center for Career Services is available to assist you in setting up recruitment activities for students from all or multiple majors.
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College of Education and Human Services
The College of Education and Human Services (CEHS) offers a wide variety of outstanding undergraduate and graduate programs leading to professional careers in public and private schools, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private industry. All programs in the College are firmly grounded in the liberal arts and include the opportunity for internships, field work or student teaching.
The seven academic departments are: Counseling and Educational Leadership; Secondary and Special Education; Early Childhood, Elementary and Literacy Education; Educational Foundations; Exercise Science and Physical Education; Family and Child Studies and Health and Nutrition Sciences. View all CEHS academic programs.
To learn more about recruiting students from the College of Education and Human Services, contact:
- CEHS Director of Career Services: Linda Flynn
- Contact: email@example.com | 973-655-7866
Or, visit CEHS Career Services website to learn more about recruitment opportunities.
College of Humanities and Social Sciences
The College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) combines a traditional liberal arts education with focused preparation in a wide range of disciplines and professional areas. With 20 majors, more than 40 minors and numerous areas of graduate study and professional certificate programs, the College can offer your organization a way to build your entry-level talent hires.
CHSS departments include Anthropology, Classics and General Humanities, Communication Sciences and Disorders, English, Gender, Sexuality and Women's Studies, History, Justice Studies, Linguistics, Modern Language and Literatures, Philosophy, Political Science and Law, Psychology, Religion, Sociology and Spanish and Italian. View all CHSS undergraduate and graduate programs.
To learn more about recruiting students from the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, contact:
- Career Services Director:Office of Career Development
- Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 973-655-4228
- Location: Dickson Hall 401
Or, visit CHSS Career Services website to learn more about recruitment opportunities.
College of Science and Mathematics
The College of Science and Mathematics (CSAM) offers strong disciplinary and interdisciplinary baccalaureate, certificate, master’s and select doctoral programs reflecting contemporary needs and research foci in science and mathematics. The College provides a rich social environment that engages students in scientific depth and educational breadth to discover new knowledge and evaluate existing knowledge critically and rigorously. Discovery is the cornerstone of the educational and research mission within CSAM.
CSAM distinguishes itself in transdisciplinary areas, such as sustainability science, environmental management, and pharmaceutical life sciences while simultaneously covering all major disciplines within the realm of science and mathematics. The College strongly supports links to relevant industries and has strong relationships with surrounding K-12 schools. The reach of CSAM extends beyond the campus, sharing its programs and research expertise through regional, national and international collaborations with academic, state and national labs and industries. View all CSAM academic programs.
To learn more about recruiting students from the College of Science and Mathematics, contact:
- CSAM Director of Career Services: Gennae Hinson
- Contact: email@example.com | 973-655-7793
Or, visit CSAM Career Services website to learn more about recruitment opportunities.
College of the Arts
Twice designated as a Center of Excellence, the College of the Arts (CART) maintains a commitment to quality programs, providing professional training and education for students seeking careers as practitioners, educators, public servants and managers of the arts. CART works with employers that represent industries, corporations as well as for-profit and non-profit organizations, who are looking to hire interns or recent CART graduates.
CART offers more than 50 majors, minors and concentrations in art and design, television and digital media, communication studies, dance, music and theatre. View all CART academic programs.
To learn more about recruiting students from the College of the Arts, contact:
- CART Director of Career Services: Gregory Costanzo
- Contact: Costanzog@mail.montclair.edu | 973-655-7495
Or, visit CART Career Services website to learn more about recruitment opportunities.
Feliciano School of Business
The Feliciano School of Business (SBUS) is driven by a single goal: to transform today’s students into tomorrow’s business leaders. The School's business students gain the skills, knowledge and experience needed to compete successfully in today’s global marketplace. SBUS programs offer a unique set of experiences designed to drive success in a range of corporate, non-profit and public sectors.
The programs in Business Administration develop and strengthen the skill sets, awareness, personal and professional attributes and the experiences necessary to ensure long-term success. The School provides students with a broad-based and integrated foundation in business that is ultimately shaped by a rigorous concentration area based on personal and professional interests. View all SBUS academic programs.
To learn more about recruiting students from the Feliciano School of Business, contact:
- SBUS Director of Career Services: Diane Freedman
- Contact: Freedmand@montclair.edu | 973-655-6965
Or, visit SBUS Career Services website to learn more about recruitment opportunities.
The Center for Career Services
The Center for Career Services’ team of career professionals connects you with a diverse pool of talented, motivated candidates who are ready to get to work — and make a positive impact on your organization. The Center works with a variety of on-campus and off-campus employers to provide students and alumni from all majors with internship and employment opportunities, information sessions, employer-led workshops, networking events, career fairs and more.
To learn more about recruiting students from all or multiple majors, contact:
- Director of Career Services: Melissa Faulkner
- Contact: Faulknerm@montclair.edu | 973-655-7612
Or, view the Center's recruitment options to learn more about increasing your organization's visibility on Montclair State University's campus.