Marquette Career Services
MU Career Manager is the online career management tool for Marquette University students, alumni and employers. Students and alumni are encouraged to utilize MU Career Manager to:
- Apply to local, regional and national jobs and internships/co-ops posted daily by employers.
- Participate in on-campus interviews for jobs and internships/co-ops.
- Research employers attending upcoming on-campus career fairs.
- Review the schedule of upcoming information sessions and events to find the right opportunities for you.
- Become eligible for the resume referral program allowing employers to search for your resume.
ALL Marquette University undergraduate and graduate students* have an account.
- You may choose to have your resume critiqued by a career adviser.
Student data is now imported each semester from the Office of Registrar. Some data is locked and can only be changed by Career Services. Locked fields include: Citizenship, Year in School, Degree, Cumulative GPA, Grad Date, Username, MUID, Password.
*This login process is for full-time, degree-seeking undergraduate and graduate students. If you do not fall under any of these groups use the Alumni Login.
Alumni will access the system using the NEW alumni login
• LinkedIn: The LinkedIn integration allows students to see individuals in their social networks who are connected to a specific employer or job.
• Indeed.com: Number 1 job site worldwide, access to millions of jobs from thousands of company websites and job boards.
• Internships.com: World’s largest database of paid and for-credit internships.
• Juju.com: Links millions of jobs found on thousands of career portals, recruiter websites, job boards, and other employment sites across the Internet.
By registering on MU Career Manager, you give the university permission to release your information and resume to legitimate employers. The Marquette University Career Services Center has permission to verify all academic information provided. Note: Any false or incorrect information knowingly provided by a student is cause for immediate and permanent removal from MU Career Manager.
Want more information about how to use MU Career Manager? Review our step-by-step instructions guide (PDF) (Word)
Each semester more than 100 employers visit the Career Services Center to interview students for full-time positions and internships.
These employers represent business, industry, and government. Employers from education, health, social services, publishing, advertising and related fields participate to a lesser extent in on-campus recruiting since their recruiting timelines differ. These employers often recruit students through job postings, career fairs, resume referral and internships.
On-Campus Interview Dates:
First semester: September-November
Second semester: February-April
You MUST have a complete MU Career Manager account in order to participate in the
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