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Employer Policies
On-Campus Recruitment
For Employers: Frequently Asked Questions
Upcoming Career Development Events
Community Internship
Majors and Programs


Employer Policies



naceweb The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is the leading source of information for career services practitioners on college campuses who advise students and alumni in career development and the employment process and for human resources professionals who recruit and hire college graduates.

We closely follow NACE's Principles for Professional conduct for Career Services & Employment Professionals in our work with students.

To join or for more information on NACE, click here.

Job Postings & Resume Referrals

Employers who wish to post job vacancies for permanent, full time, part time, internship or summer positions should register on our primary online resume/job exchange system. JOBSFORMOUNTAINEERS.

On-Campus Recruiting

Schreiner University Career Development Center has facilities available to accommodate on-campus recruitment schedules free of charge to recruiting organizations. Schreiner holds career fairs in the fall and spring semesters, and on-campus interview schedules may be requested through JOBSFORMOUNTAINEERS or by contacting the Career Development Center.


Career Development sponsors several fairs during the course of the year. These events provide an excellent introduction for your organization to a large number of Schreiner students in a short period of time. Career and graduate school fairs are also an excellent way to promote specific jobs or programs being promoted by recruiters. For up-to-date details and registration information access the "Events" section in  JOBSFORMOUNTAINEERS

On Campus Interviews

The following information is required to complete an on-campus interview request:

• Requested Date
• Recruiter(s) Names
• Number of interview rooms
• 1st interview start time
• Last Interview start time
• Duration of interviews
• Attached job description(s)

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On-Campus Recruitment

In addition, Career Development can assist recruiters with several other on-campus activities:
• Fall and spring career fairs
• Internship Development
• Coordination of Information Sessions
• Coordination of Information Tables
• Hosting job shadowing opportunities
• Participation in on-campus career programs
• Sponsoring Career Development Programs

Information Sessions & Information Tables

Many recruiters are interested in setting up informational sessions as part of their ongoing campus recruitment. Information sessions can be set-up as part of an on-campus recruitment schedule or as a way for recruiters to provide more in-depth information about opportunities. Generally, information sessions are in the Cailloux Campus Activity Center and are set up by Career Development.

Career Development may be able to assist organizations to target specific student organizations or may suggest to a faculty member that an organization is available to speak with their class. Approvals of requests for classroom presentations are at the sole discretion of the faculty member.

Employers can also improve on-campus visibility by setting up an information table in the Cailloux Campus Activity Center. During the fall and spring semesters, Career Development can assist employers to set up information tables in the Cailloux Campus Activity Center. Tables are generally available Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tables are scheduled per the discretion of the Facilities Manager. Career Development reserves the right to limit the number of tables that an individual employer may host during a given semester.

Request an information session or information table by emailing Career Development at

Connecting with Faculty or Staff

The Career Development Center can assist recruiters with inquiries about opportunities to speak with specific classes or to student organizations. Faculty members and the student organizations have complete discretion as to accepting an offer to speak and for the time and time-allotment of a given presentation. Call or email Career Development for assistance.

Partnering with Career Development

Career Development conducts a number of programs and workshops throughout the year that recruiters may participate in or assist with facilitation. There may also be opportunities for recruiting organizations to co-sponsor events or programs. Organizations wishing to collaborate with Career Development or participate in a workshop or program should contact Career Development for more information.

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For Employers: Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Can I just send you my Job Vacancy description for SU students to see?
A: For the most effective distribution of your listing, you should register on-line to post your position. Click here. Announcements received in our office via email, mail or fax will be added to the online system unless you request otherwise.

Q: I'm interested in scheduling on campus interviews at SU. What do I do?
A: On campus interviews are scheduled throughout the fall, spring and summer semesters. Your interview schedule can be tailored to fit your individual needs. Contact our office for more information.

Q: I am interested in scheduling a presentation prior to an on campus interview date. What do I do?
A: If your company wishes to schedule a presentation or information session prior to an on-campus interview, please contact our office for more information.

Call SU Career Development at 830-792-7281 for more information about how we can assist you in meeting your recruitment needs!

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Upcoming Career Development Events

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Community Internship

Community Internship Program (CIP)

- Summer
- Academic Year

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Schreiner students have the opportunity to experience the “real-world” work-setting right here in our very own Kerrville community.

This opportunity is available through the Community Internship Program (C.I.P.), which is administered by the Career Development Office and annually supported by foundations and individual donors through the Development Office. The program requires student applicants to have a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average, 2 letters of reference and they must be in good disciplinary standing.

The Community Internship Program offers two sessions, a summer session and an academic session. Compensation for the summer session includes: free University housing for the 10 week duration of the program and a $1,200 tuition grant that is applied to the fall term. Compensation for the academic session includes: a $1,000 tuition grant per fall and spring semester. Also, students are given the opportunity to learn and refine skills that will be marketable as they seek employment upon graduation.

Past Internship Sites:
Sid Peterson Memorial Hospital, Hill Country Crisis Council, Mo-Ranch Assembly, Kerr County Juvenile Probation Department, K’ Star Emergency Youth Shelter, Doyle School Community Center, Hill Country Arts Foundation, American Red Cross, City of Kerrville

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Majors and Programs


Communication Studies
Education, Professions in
Engineering 3/2
English and World Languages
Exercise Science
General Studies
Graphic/Communication Design
Information Systems
Political Science
Public Health
Sport Management

Pre-Physical Therapy
Pre-Occupational Therapy
Pre-Veterinary Science
Master of Business Administration in Ethical Leadership
Master of Education
Master of Education plus Teacher Certification
Master of Education plus Principal Certification
Principal Certification