The Associated Colleges of the South Career Collaborative offers a distinctive and exciting way for companies and organizations to engage college students simultaneously at the sixteen competitive liberal arts colleges. The ACS Employer Virtual Engagement Program gives employers the ability to reach students at the ACS colleges at one time and better use their time and resources to attract top quality college candidates for hiring needs.
Why host this type of session?
We know that liberal arts students succeed in companies like yours, and that hiring managers everywhere want more of them. In this post-2020 world, these students may even be more important to the long-term vitality of your company. The 16 ACS schools represent over 25,000 students who are critical thinkers, strivers for inclusion & equity, effective communicators, and your organization’s next leaders.
If you need further information or convincing, please watch this video.
How do I request an information session with ACS students?
You can do this in one of two ways:
- You can directly contact any institution within the consortium to request your session. That career center will gather the information about your session and circulate the information to the other institutions.
- You can also complete an online form (click the button below) and your request will automatically be forwarded to each college’s staff career center staff for promotion.
Who are the ACS schools and how can I contact a career center directly?
The ACS consortium is made of the following colleges. Select any school to directly contact their career center:
- Birmingham-Southern College (Alabama)
- Centenary College of Louisiana (Louisiana)
- Centre College (Kentucky)
- Davidson College (North Carolina)
- Furman University (South Carolina)
- Hendrix College (Arkansas)
- Millsaps College (Mississippi)
- Morehouse College (Georgia)
- Rhodes College (Tennessee)
- University of Richmond (Virginia)
- Rollins College (Florida)
- Sewanee: The University of the South (Tennessee)
- Southwestern University (Texas)
- Spelman College (Georgia)
- Trinity University (Texas)
- Washington & Lee University (Virginia)