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Information for Employers
Through online job postings, Fall and Spring Recruitment, and our annual Winter Career Fair, employers have numerous opportunities to connect with talented and motivated Pace Law students and graduates.
Our Fall On-Campus recruitment program begins in late August and runs through mid-November. Employers generally conduct interviews on our White Plains campus; however, we can also make arrangements for interviews to be held at the Pace University facility in midtown Manhattan. Student application materials are emailed to employers approximately 3 weeks prior to the scheduled interview date. Employers decide which candidates they would like to interview. Employers may choose between a full-day or half-day interview schedule, and 20 or 30 minute time slots. Free parking and private interview rooms are available. Please note that interview dates are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.
Employers who are unable to interview on campus but would like to review materials from our students may register for our Resume Collection Program. Requested student materials will be collected and sent by the specified deadline. Employers may then contact the students directly to set up interviews.
Please direct any questions about our Recruitment Programs or Winter Career Fair to Nicole Moncayo, Director of Employer and External Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A job posting is a great way for employers to connect with our students and graduates. Employers are welcome to register and post a job listing directly through our job posting website Symplicity or by contacting us at email@example.com or 914-422-4217. There is no fee to post with us.
Pace University Anti-Discrimination Statement
Pace University is strongly committed to maintaining a working and learning environment that is free from unlawful discrimination, harassment or retaliation. The University is an equal opportunity employer and an academic institution which strongly believes that all employment and academic decisions must be made without regard to an individual’s sex, gender or gender identity; race; color; national origin; religion; creed; age; disability; citizenship; marital or domestic partnership status; sexual orientation; genetic predisposition or carrier status; military or veteran status; status as a victim of domestic violence, sex offenses or stalking and any other characteristics that may be protected by law. All University officers, administrators, supervisors, staff, faculty members, students, visitors and applicants, as well as vendors, consultants, contractors and others with whom the University does business are prohibited from engaging in discrimination, harassment or retaliation in violation of the Pace University Policy against Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation (the “Policy”) which may be found at http://www.pace.edu/human-resources/affirmative-action/complaint-procedures. Consequently, any employer, including any employer hosting a student intern, that utilizes any service of the Center for Career and Professional Development is required to comply with the Policy. Any employer who fails to comply with the Policy will be prohibited from utilizing the services of the Center.