The Office of Career & Internship Services offers several services to our community employers:
- Job Postings - Career Portal
- Student Internships
- Career Advisory Network
Post Your Available Jobs On Our Career Portal
If you have positions within your organization that you would like to fill, the Office of Career & Internship Services can help you find qualified candidates. Just enter our Career Portal and register your company. Once your registration is processed you will receive an email notification and you can begin posting jobs online. Alumni and community members also have access to our job bank.
If you are an employer who has an open position for students studying a specific degree (engineering, business, etc.) please email the description of the position the Careers Office at email@example.com and we will forward your information to the relevant department.
We welcome local and regional employers including:
- Third-party Recruiters: these include search firms and employment agencies
- Commission-only Employers: these include organizations that do not pay a base salary to their employees
We do not permit:
- Multi-level Employers (also known as pyramide employers): these include organizations that depend on employees recruiting others to sell products and services
- Upfront Product Purchase Employers: these include organizations that require employees to invest their own resources - the purchase of supplies, products or services to carry out their business
- Fee For Training Employers: these include organizations that require employees to pay a fee for training or placement
Host a Student Intern
Internships are typically a one-time educational work experience, of fixed duration, related to a student's major or career goals. Internships provide students the opportunity to build upon, apply and assess the concepts that are developed through the school's curriculum and to further their professional growth through meaningful, real-world experiences.
Colleges partner with the business community to offer students the opportunity try out their major in the workplace. A meaningful internship is one that provides the student with the practical application of their college studies.
What are the benefits for offering internships?
- Create a candidate pool for permanent employees
- Students provide new ideas and viewpoints
- Prepare and train the region's workforce
- Help employers meet the cyclical, project or short-term needs with long-term commitment
- Highly motivated employees who can put their educational knowledge to work
- Assist the college in strengthening and enhancing departmental curricula in order to produce qualified workers in the future
Share Your Expertise with our Students
Join the Career Advisory Network (C.A.N.) for Employers.
The Officer of Career & Internship Services invites you to join the Career Advisory Network and help shape the future of our students. Too often we meet up with students who are unsure of their career direction and are looking for advice from people in the field. That's where you come in! You have a wealth of knowledge and experience to impart. You can provide answers and direction to current students and other alumni so they can better understand their career choices. We believe that you are one of our most valuable assets and would like to bring that resource to our students.
You can become a member of C.A.N. and share your insights, experience and expertise in a number of ways:
- Conduct informational and practice interviews
- Critique resumes and cover letters
- Come to the college and speak to students
- Allow students to visit you at the job and see first hand what you do
- Provide internships and serve as a mentor
- Attend student/alumni networking events
In order to access the Career Advisory Network, you will need to enter the mentoring password "mentor".
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