Welcome Employers!

At Salem State University, students earn more than just a degree. They find their passion and true potential.

As an employer, our career services staff is ready to assist you in connecting with our passionate, skilled and motivated students and alumni that are best suited for your employment needs.

We value our employer relationships and engagement on campus and invite you to learn why Salem State is a top employee-recruiting source. We tailor our efforts to best meet your needs and encourage you to participate in our annual employer events including our career fairs, employer networking events, and on-campus recruiting, as well as individual activities tailored to your organization. Please contact me to learn more about developing a relationship with Salem State.

We look forward to working with you and introducing you to a diverse group of hardworking and passionate candidates. You can meet a few of these individuals below.

Lauren Hubacheck 

Director, career services

amy is full of passion

“I’ve become more of a student and more of a professional than I expected to be. I’ve done more here than I ever imagined.”
—Amy ’14, communications

After being away from school for 18 years, Amy decided to complete her degree
at Salem State. Her professors have helped her reignite her passion for writing as they push her to think outside her comfort zone to achieve greater success. Amy’s involvement in campus organizations — and her immersion in the community projects they sponsor — has exposed her to challenges and opportunities she never dreamed she would discover when she returned to college.

Amy shares how she found her passion at Salem State

Ruth is full of passion

“The faculty at Salem State take a keen interest in who you want to be and where you want to go with your career.”
Ruth ’15, MSN

Ruth attended high school near one of Africa’s largest slums in Nairobi, Kenya. The experience exposed her to people with limited resources for healthcare, and inspired her to help people through a career in nursing. Ruth chose Salem State for her graduate nursing studies because of our excellent faculty and additional learning opportunities, like graduate research assistantships. In her clinical rotation at Lahey Clinic, she has discovered that she has indeed chosen a career she truly cares about.

Ruth shares how she found her passion at Salem State.

kevin is full of passion

“Seeing my professors explore their passions gave me confidence and inspired me to continue with my own.”
—Kevin ’08, communications
founder of Go Out Loud

Kevin’s professors helped him discover his interests and forge the connections he needed to bring his ideas to life. Through his involvement with the Salem State theater program and communications department, he learned how to collaborate and work with large teams of different people. Today, Kevin combines his love for the arts and his talent for marketing and promotion to produce social, entertainment, and networking events for the North Shore’s LGBT community.

Kevin shares how he found his passion at Salem State.

julie is full of passion

“It was the teachers that made the difference — the passion they brought to the program was amazing.”
—Julie ’89, sport, fitness and leisure studies
founder and former CEO of Internoded, Inc.

Julie came to Salem State with an idea of what she wanted to do in life. But her experience here helped her discover an entirely new passion, and she went on to found a very successful technology company. Years after graduation, she still talks about how her professors took her under their wing and helped her get the most out of her time here. Today, when Julie returns to campus for a speaking engagement, she finds the faculty continue to share that same passion and concern for their students.

Julie shares how she found her passion at Salem State.