Are you interested in partnering with NMSU for your recruiting needs?
You will need a user account in order to log in and use Handshake. If you’ve received an invite from a school or a colleague, you can follow the link to take you to the account creation process. If you’re signing up without an invite, go to https://app.joinhandshake.com/employer_registrations/new to create an employer account. You can view the details of this process, with screenshots, by checking out How to Create a User Account. Also, check this out: Handshake Employer Quick-Start Guide
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NMSU Career Services utilizes the Handshake online system, a web-based recruiting system that allows employers to access and manage their recruiting activities from one centralized source. Employers may post jobs, schedule on-campus interviews, request information tables and register for career fairs
Career Services offers FREE job postings for employers. By utilizing the Handshake system, you can post your employment opportunities and monitor the candidate pool. Handshake automatically generates email reminders when students apply for a job or when a posting is about to expire.
NMSU Career Services offers two recruiting seasons during the academic year:
- Fall (September – November)
- Spring (February – April)
Employers planning on-campus recruiting activities may develop their schedules by utilizing Handshake. To reserve a recruiting date simply request through Handshake by developing a profile and requesting your recruitment date(s).
If you have questions or need assistance with scheduling your recruitment activities, please contact Career Services at 575-646-1631.
Career fairs are ideal venues to connect with a large number of candidates. Candidates include graduating students as well as other students who are seeking internships or are interested in conducting company research for future employment. Here are the future dates for all our career fairs.
The Career Planning Guide is the Office of Experiential Learning’s (OEL) premier publication. The contents provide students with tips and suggestions on resume writing, cover letter content, and interviewing success. The publication is distributed to 3,000 students around campus through various venues and is also available in a digital format on our homepage reaching thousands of others who see the entire publication which includes the advertising provided by our supporters. Advertising in the Career Planning Guide not only benefits your company by sharing your core values with our students, but it also benefits the OEL because we are able to provide this professionally printed publication to our students at no cost.
There are varying sizes to fit your budget. Please contact Nova Pena, for additional information. Your support of our Career Planning Guide is greatly appreciated.
NMSU Office of Experiential Learning
3024 Andrew Wall Place
Garcia Center 224
Las Cruces NM, 88003
Office of Experiential Learning
P. O. Box 30001, MSC 3509
New Mexico State University
Las Cruces NM, 88003 – 8001
Travel to NMSU
Directions to NMSU (Google Map)
From the North (Albuquerque):
Take Interstate 25 South to University Avenue, Exit 1. Continue heading right on the exit ramp. Proceed West on University Avenue. Turn left on Triviz Street. Turn right on Arrowhead Drive and proceed to Stewart Street. Turn right on Stewart Street. Turn right on Andrew Wall Place and proceed to Garcia Center, Lot 41.
From the South (El Paso):
Take Interstate 10 to Interstate 25. Exit Interstate 25 North to University Avenue, Exit 1. Turn left on University Avenue. Turn left on Triviz Street. Turn right on Arrowhead Drive and proceed to Stewart Street. Turn right on Stewart Street. Turn right on Andrew Wall Place and proceed to Garcia Center, Lot 41.
From the East (Alamogordo):
Take US-70 West to Interstate 25. Exit Interstate 25 South and proceed to University Avenue, Exit 1. Continue heading right on the exit ramp. Turn left on Triviz Street. Turn right on Arrowhead Drive and proceed to Stewart Street. Turn right on Stewart Street. Turn right on Andrew Wall Place and proceed to Garcia Center, Lot 41.
From the West (Deming):
Take the Main Street Exit #142 (off of Interstate 10). Turn right on Main Street (Northbound), and then right on University Avenue. Continue to proceed East on University Avenue. Turn left on Triviz Street. Turn right on Arrowhead Drive and proceed to Stewart Street. Turn right on Stewart Street. Turn right on Andrew Wall Place and proceed to Garcia Center, Lot 41.
Directions to Corbett Center
The nearest major airport is located in El Paso, Texas, 54 miles south of Las Cruces.
El Paso (Texas) International Airport
6701 Convair Rd
El Paso, TX 79925
Major Airlines Serving El Paso International Airport
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NMSU Visitor Parking Passes
A visitor’s permit allows you to park your car in any regular student, faculty/staff, or visitor spot on campus. The permit does not allow parking at a meter, green (loading), red (emergency) or blue (handicapped – unless an additional permit is shown). If you own the vehicle you will be using, please go E-permit to print a permit in advance. If you will be using a rental vehicle, pick up a parking permit from the parking lot greeter on the day of the event.
Download the updated Parking Map & Building Guide
The NMSU parking map has been updated for 2014 and includes a newly updated interactive Building Guide to help you find your way around campus. To access the PDF file, simply click here.
Save the link as more updates will be added as campus construction projects are completed. Please contact 575-646-1839 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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