Getting Started on Recruit-A-Duke
STEP 1: Log on to Recruit-A-Duke
All current students receive a Recruit-A-Duke account. Upon receiving your login information via email, you have the ability to find jobs and internships, research and connect with employers, and improve your job and internship searches
If you are unable to locate your login information, click on the Need/Reset Password option on the login screen to receive a new password.
STEP 2: Update your profile
After logging in, click on the Profile tab to verify and update your academic and personal profile information. The content on your academic profile can directly impact your ability to apply for positions with specific screening criteria.
STEP 3: Upload your resume
You can upload your resume under the Resumes and Other Documents tab. Other documents may include a cover letter and unofficial transcript. For the unofficial transcript, copy and paste from your MyMadison account into a Word document. Eliminate as much formatting as possible to ensure the file size is below 500kb. We recommend that you have your resume reviewed prior to submitting it for jobs and internships in Recruit-A-Duke.
STEP 4: Become eligible for On-Campus Interviewing and Practice Interviews
To be eligible to interview with employers on campus or conduct a practice interview, you must complete the online tutorial. You must watch the tutorial in its entirety and agree to the Authorization Statement at the end of the tutorial outlining the policies and expectations for the On Campus Recruiting Program. You can also access the script from the tutorial if you need to refer to it later.
Once completed, please allow for 24 business hours for access to be granted to On Campus Interviews and Practice Interviews. You can confirm access as you will now have a Schedule Interviews tab at the top of your Recruit-A-Duke homepage.