The Center for Career Education welcomes employers and admissions representatives to recruit students for internships, part-time and full-time opportunities, fellowships and admission to graduate and professional schools.
Registering with Major Careers, powered by Symplicity, is the most effective way to alert students and alumni of opportunities, full-time/part-time jobs and internships/fellowships, and gather a pool of talented applicants.
Post an Opportunity
- Major Careers, powered by Symplicity: is our recruitment portal and career resource. It is the most effective way to alert students and alumni of opportunities, full-time/part-time jobs and internships/fellowships, and gather a pool of talented applicants. For information on registering, please click here.
- Recruiting Guidelines & Policies–NACE Principles: By posting a job or internship opportunity, you agree to comply with all federal and state regulations regarding Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity and to follow the National Association of Colleges and Employers Principals of Professional Practice.
If you are interested in recruiting on-campus, we are happy to work with you to customize your recruiting needs and maximize your outreach to student candidates. To create a tailored recruiting strategy, please contact: Ryan Colvin, Director.
- Information Session—These sessions are for students to learn more about your opportunities and to gain insight about your organization.
- Employer Table—Reserve a table in our College Center to promote your opportunities.
- On-Campus Interviews—Schedule an on-campus interview during the academic semester.
Why Recruit at Millsaps College?
Millsaps is an accredited, privately-supported, selective, national liberal arts college founded by members of the Methodist Church in 1890, with an emphasis on scholarly inquiry. Millsaps is consistently ranked as one of the best values in higher education, Millsaps has been praised by Colleges That Change Lives, The Princeton Review, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Magazine, the John Templeton Foundation, The Fiske Guide to Colleges, and Insight Magazine.
With an enrollment of over 850 undergraduate and graduate students from 22 states and 23 countries, the College offers employers a diverse talent pool to meet the needs of any organization.
Our academic programs consist of 32 majors and 47 minors including the option for a Self-Designed Major. We also offer pre-professional programs focused on engineering, pre-med, nursing, pharmacy, education, law, and ministry.
- Average GPA: 3.65
- Average ACT: 26
- Average SAT: 1155
- First Phi Beta Kappa Chapter in the Sate of Mississippi
- AACSB-accredited undergraduate and graduate degree programs in business
- Top-ranked study abroad program, including our 4,500-acre biocultural reserve in Yucatán
Millsaps College affirms a dedication to engage students in a “transformative learning and leadership experience that results in personal and intellectual growth, commitment to good citizenship in our global society, and a desire to succeed and make a difference in every community they touch.”
Our Compass Curriculum is a key building block in that experience, and offers all students a new and exciting tool to find their best path to graduation and beyond! The Compass Curriculum is dedicated to offering learning opportunities uniquely tailored to each student’s individual goals and is designed to prepare students for the future through the learning and application of:
- Problem Solving & Creative Practice;
- Thinking & Reasoning; and,
- Integrative & Collaborative Learning
The Major Experience is an experiential learning graduation requirement that ensures every Millsaps student directly connects with our vision of producing transformative leaders who will have positive impacts across the street and around the globe. With this requirement, students can claim an experience in transformative learning and leadership on campus or the application of their Millsaps education to an experience that extends beyond the Millsaps campus, such as study abroad, field-based coursework, undergraduate research, an honors project or an off-campus internship.