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Employer Resources

We greatly appreciate your interest in recruiting our students and alumni. We are delighted to know of your interest in our students and the opportunities you offer. Below is a simple guide to making the most of your relationship with our office and the St. Thomas Aquinas College community.

The Office of Career Development enjoys working with representatives from all employment sectors private, public, education, and non-profit who recruit on campus for internships, part-time and full-time job opportunities. We offer a full range of services to advance the recruiting relationship between employers and students. Some of our services include a resume referral program, employer information sessions, career fairs, and on-campus interviewing and recruiting. We look forward to speaking with you about ways that we can help you meet your recruiting goals.

To reach a member of the Career Development team please call 845.398.4082. 

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LOOKING to hire a STAC Student or Alumni?

SpartanJobs is an online job and internship board that allows employers to post opportunities, free of charge. Students and alumni can apply directly to employers for opportunities they are interested in. Employers can create their account HERE and begin posting today.

 

 

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Micro-Internships 

St. Thomas Aquinas College is excited to offer students from all majors the opportunity to work on short-term, paid, professional assignments to build and demonstrate skills while exploring a variety of career paths. These projects also serve as a bridge to future employment opportunities. Browse our recommended projects and complete the form to connect with our student and alumni talent. Learn more.

 

 

Employer LinkS*

15 Best Practices for Internship Programs
How Much Should You Pay an Intern? 
Plan Now for Career Fair Success
Social Media in Your Recruiting Program
Tips for Employers Providing References to Students
Can A Student Volunteer? (Legal Answer)

*Courtesy of NACE