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On-Campus Interviews

Important Notice

Due to the COVID-19 Crisis, all on-campus recruitment activities/events have been cancelled for the Fall 2020 semester. Employers are encouraged to post their positions on Purple Briefcase and/or email us to inquire about our resume referral service.


Employers may schedule individual interviews with students for full-time employment.  The position will be advertised with a deadline date through flyers, e-mails to students and faculty, on our Employers Recruiting at MCC web page, and through Purple Briefcase, MCC's online job posting and recruitment service.  You may choose to have resumes faxed to you for screening as they come in, or sent to you as a group after the deadline date.  Interviews can be arranged either at your location or here on the Brighton campus.  They can be structured on a first-come, first-served basis or by appointment.  You may have one or more staff members conducting the interviews.  Both students and employers will be given evaluation forms so that employers can evaluate the candidates, and so that we receive valuable feedback from employers on how to improve this service. 

To arrange on-campus interviews please provide our office with the following information:

  • Company name, address, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail address
  • Company web address
  • Job description of position(s), including geographic location
  • Contact person and information
  • Names of interviewers
  • Times of interviews (ex. 9:00am - 4:00pm)
  • How long each interview will last?
  • Should we schedule in a lunch hour for the interviewer?

For questions regarding or to schedule an "On-Campus Interviews" please call (585) 292-2248 or e-mail

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