We are excited to partner with you to find talented students and alumni for your company’s
growth and success!
The Career and Transfer Center invites you to utilize our employer services during the upcoming academic year. We are here to assist in posting both part-time and full-time jobs and internships, scheduling on-campus interviews and information sessions, registering for career fairs, exploring partnership and sponsorship opportunities, and developing a campus recruiting plan to help you hire the best and brightest. To assist you in identifying the student groups you would be most interested in contacting, the complete list of majors offered by St. Augustine College can be found in our Course Catalog.
Posting Jobs/Internships at St. Augustine College: If your company/organization is interested in posting available positions for students and alumni of St. Augustine College, the Career and Transfer Center is happy to assist you at no cost. In addition to printed postings at all five of our campuses, the CTC also provides students with job postings via our weekly e-mail newsletter and our online job board. In order to have a position posted:
- Contact the CTC Staff via phone or email to discuss the position.
- Provide the CTC Staff with all the necessary details regarding the position, (title, duties, responsibilities, requirements, etc.)
CTC staff will post the position and then screen potential candidates to ensure the best possible fit for the employer. Contact the CTC:
Vicky Irizarry, CTC Manager, 773-878-3557 email@example.com
The Career and Transfer Center typically organizes several Career Fairs through the year to provide opportunities to all of our students at all of our campuses. In order to participate in a CTC career fair simply contact the CTC staff for information regarding out next event date and location.
On Campus Recruiting
The Career and Transfer Center is glad to assist with employers who are interested at recruiting on-site at any of our locations. In order to begin the process, please contact the CTC Manager, Monica Hurtado. Typically, a date is set-up 3 to 4 weeks in advance to allow sufficient time for promotion of the event via flyers, e-mails, phone calls and in class announcements.