Resources for Employers
The Office of Career Services offers many resources for employers to help recruit talented, self-directed, and creative students and alumnae/i for internship and career opportunities. We are available to discuss the recruiting methods that will best suit your needs. Please contact us at (914) 395-2566 or email the Office of Career Services.
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Please email job description(s) to the Office of Career Services and we will post your opportunity on our online internship and job listing database, CareerLink. If you have a part-time or summer position, please post it with The Office of Student Employment. This includes retail, babysitter, and tutor jobs.
Please complete the Internship Listing Form and e-mail it to the Office of Career Services and we will post your opportunity(s) on our online internship and job listing database, CareerLink. We would appreciate a notification if you take on any of our students as interns. Please contact our Internship Coordinator, Anne Marie Damiani, at email@example.com. Also, please complete an Internship Evaluation Form at the conclusion of the internship.
We belong to two Consortiums--off-campus recruiting events--which allow students to interview for jobs and internships.
Fall Recruiting Consortium (FRC)
Every fall, the FRC offers a one-day recruiting event in NYC where students can apply and interview for full-time positions. Participating schools include Bowdoin College, Middlebury College, Sarah Lawrence College, Swarthmore College, Vassar College, and Wesleyan University. If you would like to register to attend the Recruiting Consortium held in October, please complete a Registration Form.
Career and Internship Connections (CIC)
CIC blends the best of a career fair with a pre-screened interview event, and offers students (from 16 colleges and universities) a unique opportunity to network and interview with companies in New York City, Washington D.C., Chicago, Boston, and Los Angeles over the winter break. Participating schools include Boston College, Brandeis University, Clarkson University, Cornell University, Emory University, Hobart & William Smith, Ithaca College, Johns Hopkins University, Northwestern University, Sarah Lawrence College, Skidmore College, St. Lawrence University, University of Chicago, University of Notre Dame, University of Rochester, and Yeshiva University. If you would like to register to attend the CIC event held over the winter break, please complete a Registration Form.
Please contact our office to discuss the many ways you can get involved on campus. Some examples include:
- Conducting an information session
- Attending our Internship Fair
- Facilitating a workshop on a career topic
- Conducting mock interviews with our students and offering feedback and advice