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Why should my organization consider working with Curry College students?
By partnering with the Center for Career Development, you gain access to a pool of bright, motivated and eager students who are ready to make a contribution to your business. Our students come from diverse backgrounds and ranges of experience, and are involved in various majors and minors including business management, communication, psychology, information technology, and criminal justice.
The Center for Career Development provides employers multiple platforms to connect with students and increase brand recognition on campus.
Information Sessions & Class Presentations
We welcome you to present your organization to the Curry community during an on-campus information session or class presentation. Highlight the opportunities available, discuss the hiring process, and promote your brand.
Student Center Information Table
Market your organization and available positions by staffing a table in the Student Center. Answer questions, interact with students, and recruit future talent during specialized hours.
Job Shadowing\Information Interviews\Mock Interviews
Provide an opportunity for a student to come to you! Informational interviews, job shadowing, and mock interviews are great ways to connect to our students outside of the typical recruitment process.
hOST a cURRY iNTERN
Internships are a vital component of the career development process. Curry College provides students with the ability to gain real-world and professional experience outside the classroom for which they receive class credit. The internship program focuses on the growth and development of the student and helps build valuable partnerships with employers. For more information regarding the program, site qualifications, and requirements, please visit our Internship Program page.
*Curry College does not require that Internship Sites pay student interns. For-profit internship sites should review the Department of Labor's legal criteria for determining whether an internship needs to be a paid experience.
Participate in a career event
The Center for Career Development strives to produce meaningful and effective career events for students from all class years. Throughout the academic year, we provide students and employers the opportunity to network on the Curry College campus. Some of these events include:
Career & Internship Fair
The Career & Internship Fair connects students to job and internship opportunities. Undergraduate students as well as graduating seniors, attend this event to speak individually with recruiters and company representatives about job and internship opportunities. This events occurs annually during the spring semester. To register as an employer, please click here!
There is no better way to learn about an organization, its people, and its culture than to experience them first-hand. Future Fridays gives students the opportunity to meet employers, tour their offices, and gain insights into a specific industry and functional area. This company visit program is held on five consecutive Fridays during the fall and spring semesters.
The annual Senior Conference is Curry's premier career preparation event for graduating seniors. This half-day professional conference includes a keynote speaker and career workshops on topics including advanced resume writing, job searching, networking, and interviewing skills. This event occurs at the start of the spring semester and is intended to prepare seniors for their spring job search.
EMPLOYER INVOLVEMENT REQUEST FORM
After reviewing the information above, employers can request to visit campus, get involved in an event, or recruit for positions by completing The Employer Involvement Request Form. Please allow us 3 business days to respond to your request. Inquiries must be made 3 weeks prior to requested date.
RECRUIT ONLINE/Post Opportunities
The easiest way to reach out to Curry College students and alumni is through our online job and internship database, Curry Connect. This system allows employers to post positions, review resumes, and simplify the job application process right through the site. All submissions are subject to approval by the Center for Career Development.
To post your opportunity, please access Curry Connect online! For assistance using the database, please view the Employer User Guide.
The Center for Career Development currently does not authorize postings from third-party recruiters, staffing agencies, or search firms in Curry Connect. Please contact our office for further options.
Domestic Positions (Childcare, Home Care Assistance, Pet Walkers, Senior Care, etc.)
Private and community employers who wish to hire students for domestic positions are encouraged to utilize Care.com. The Center for Career Development will not post flyers or send emails on the employers behalf.
Unpaid Internship Listings
Students can earn credits depending upon the number of hours that they work. Internship employers have the option to determine whether the internship opportunity is eligible for compensation (this is not a requirement). Please clarify in your listing whether your opportunity will be for credit or paid. *Curry College does not require that Internship Sites pay student interns. For-profit internship sites should review the Department of Labor's legal criteria for determining whether an internship needs to be a paid experience.
United States Department of Labor: Wage and Hour Division
For additional information regarding partnerships with the Center for Career Development, please email email@example.com or call (617) 333-2195.