The career development office will assist employers with recruiting our students. To participate in any of these programs, contact the recruitment coordinator at 718-862-7965 or email@example.com for more information.
The on-campus recruitment program is designed to provide students who seek full-time employment the opportunity to meet with numerous organizations. Representatives from private, nonprofit and government organizations interview Manhattan College students for a variety of positions that begin after graduation. To ensure your success with on-campus recruiting, you are strongly encouraged to contact the office well before the recruiting cycles begin. We recommend that you arrange a date by the end of August for fall recruiting, and by mid-January for spring recruiting. By scheduling within this timetable, your job posting will be effectively marketed.
To advertise full-time positions for December or May graduates, employers may arrange for a résumé collection to be conducted. Arrangements can also be made to interview students on campus.
Manhattan College hosts a career fair each fall and spring where employers are invited to meet our students and alumni. Find information about upcoming career fairs.
Each spring Manhattan College hosts a teacher recruitment event where we invite representatives from various school districts to give a presentation outlining what qualifications they seek in teacher applicants and how their hiring process works. Representatives also answer questions and address misconceptions students may have regarding various regions or state locations. For the remainder of the event, the representatives are at separate tables, enabling them to meet individual students and collect résumés.
Employers are invited to give information sessions about career opportunities with their organization. This is an excellent opportunity for any organization to promote awareness on campus and form relationships with faculty and administrators. Employer presentations are scheduled during the fall and spring semesters. These presentations are geared towards getting students interested in the employer and applying for a position with the firm.
Manhattan College’s JasperLink system allows employers to post open positions, request on-campus recruiting opportunities, review résumés and register for our career fair.
The center for career development is located on the 5th floor in Miguel Hall on Manhattan College’s campus. This office houses nine recruiting rooms, a career resource/conference center and a reception area that offers organizations the opportunity to meet with Manhattan College students in a professional environment.
An internship is a meaningful, well-supervised, part-time learning experience that benefits both students and employers. Fieldwork experience may be arranged with or without academic credit and may be salaried or non-salaried. Students are assigned to assist with staff workloads and special projects. Participation in the internship program offers an organization the opportunity to screen top-caliber students for future employment opportunities.
Your company does not need to have an established internship program to host a Manhattan College student intern. However, all internship experiences must be meaningful, well supervised and well structured. If you would like to host an intern, please contact the Career Development office at 718-862-7224.
To participate in on-campus recruiting, résumé collections, alumni referral bank and the internship program, we require the following information:
All job descriptions should include the following:
Manhattan College maintains a collection of alumni résumés, providing recruiters the ability to find experienced candidates seeking opportunities in all fields of interest.
To access our alumni résumés, please contact the recruitment coordinator at 718-862-7965 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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