Thank you for considering Bowie State students for opportunities in your organization. Whether you are searching for interns or seeking to fill part-time and full-time career positions, we can effectively help you identify, recruit and hire a diverse pool of extremely qualified candidates and greatly increase your company’s visibility. Below are the services that can assist you.
Employers can list entry-level, mid-level, and high-level positions for Bowie State students and/or alumni, using our online job posting system, Bulldogs4Hire. Listing full-time and part-time internships and jobs is easy and FREE of charge! Simply log on and create an account. You must have a website, which has a designated jobs and or internships webpage. Once your profile has been approved, you can post positions, search for resumes, and manage your own on-campus interview schedules.
Information Tables are a convenient way for your company to share information and career opportunities with students in an informal setting. Tables are usually set up in the Student Center, our highest student traffic area on campus. To request a date to visit campus, you must have an account in our Bulldogs4Hire database. When choosing a date, please note that it takes 5 business days to approve your request once we receive it and an additional 3 days to advertise your visit.
We invite your organization to join the many satisfied employers who interview and hire Bowie's well qualified students and alumni. To schedule an on-campus interview date, you must have an account in our Bulldogs4Hire database. Please allow 48 hours for a response to your request.
Increase your visibility on campus and find the best candidates for your needs. Participate in our Career Fair events.
Can’t make it to this year’s fair but want to stay connected to BSU? To be added to our mailing list for any of our upcoming events, please log onto Bulldogs4Hire and create an account.
We also belong to the Maryland Career Consortium which offers an annual Job Fair event. Follow the link for more information about the annual MCC Career Fair.
Have a specific position that needs to be filled immediately? The Career Development Center can search our student and alumni resume database for resumes that match your criteria. To participate, create an account in our Bulldogs4Hire database, post the job/internship in the database, then complete the Resume Referral Request Form. We will create a Resume Book containing all of the job seekers who match your criteria and notify you when the book is ready for you to download from Bulldogs4Hire.
This program provides students with the opportunity to experience the workplace up close and personal. Employers plan an interactive on-site program where students will be able to:
We will provide transportation to and from your location, as well as attend the event with faculty and students.
If you would like to plan a Bowie Day at your site, please complete and submit the Bowie Day Registration Form.
Create more buzz about your organization by partnering with the Career Development Center. Sponsorships provide your organization with a wider array of services to connect with students and alumni. Examples include advertisements on printed materials, full-sponsorship of publications, endowment for interview rooms and student resources, banner advertisements, and company web links on our website.
For more information please refer to our Corporate Partner Guide.
This is a great opportunity for employers and alumni to volunteer to share their industry and career expertise with Bowie's students. Students get a chance to practice their interviewing skills, become familiar with commonly asked questions and to receive feedback about their interviewing style.
The Practice Interview Program also provides employers the opportunity to build their brand on-campus and gain additional exposure to Bowie's students. Employers and Alumni volunteer to conduct 30 minute long interviews (15 minutes for the interview; 15 minutes for feedback) which are conducted in the Career Development Center.
If you are interested in participating, please complete our PIP form.
The Job Shadow Program provides students the opportunity to explore occupations of interest to them. Students will be paired with a professional employed in their prospective occupation and will shadow them at their place of employment during the winter break (January) or spring break (March).
Students participating in this program will be able to:
• Interact with professionals and learn skills needed to be successful in that occupation
• Take a behind the scene look at daily work activities involved in that occupation
• Enhance their academic experience
• Network and build relationships with professionals
For an in-depth description of this program, please review the Job Shadow Guide. To participate in this program, please complete and submit The Job Shadow Program Registration form.
The CDCAB consists of employers, students, alumni, and faculty. Our goal is to establish a mutually beneficial exchange of information about various issues that impact our ability to provide services and resources. If you are interested in serving on the CDCAB, please call 301-860-3828.