Recruiters & Partners
Mercer University strives to build long-lasting relationships with companies and organizations that will be mutually beneficial for graduates, as well as for companies and their employees. The University provides unique educational benefits for company employees, as well as professional recruitment tools for companies to employ students and graduates.
Recruit Mercer Students and Graduates
Establishing partnerships with industry corporations allows our students and graduates to progress further into their careers, while providing companies with well-trained talent who will make impactful contributions to their team. We encourage recruiters to contact us, and to discover how we can create a lasting partnership as a university and company.
To learn more about upcoming on-campus recruitment opportunities or how to connect with students for jobs and internships, click here or contact:
Director of Career Management Services
Enterprise Learning Partnerships
The Enterprise Learning Partnership program (formerly known as the Preferred Provider Partnership program) provides affordable opportunities for employees of partner companies to attend an approved degree program of study at Mercer University. This unique program allows Mercer to establish relationships with corporations, government agencies, and organizations that are committed to supporting their employees' educational goals and ongoing professional development. Incentives include tuition benefits, military benefits, waived application fees, convenient credit transfer policy, and a streamlined process to learn more about an employee’s program of interest.
Employees of Mercer partners are able to use these benefits through selected programs at the Stetson School of Business and Economics. These partners include:
|AT&T||Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation|
|GEICO||Memorial Health Medical Center|
|Georgia Department of Corrections||Piedmont Healthcare|
|The Kroger Company|
Customize Training for Your Organization
The Center for Executive Education at Mercer University’s Stetson School of Business and Economics offers a portfolio of non-degree certificate programs and management training that have been developed by the most forward-thinking minds in academia and industry.
In addition to our available offerings, the Center can customize education and training programs for your team.
To learn more about the Center for Executive Education and custom programs, contact:
Elizabeth Chapman, Ph.D.
Director of the Center for Executive Education and Associate Professor of Management
Support the Stetson School of Business and Economics
Many organizations choose to support Mercer University’s Stetson School of Business and Economics through a financial gift, such as:
- Providing scholarships for exceptional students
- Funding undergraduate or graduate research opportunities
- Facilitating symposia and continuing education conferences
- Funding state-of-the-art learning tools and spaces
- Strengthening our innovative academic programs
- Hosting nationally recognized scholars, practitioners and leaders
- Naming a facility or academic center