Saint Anselm College's Career Development Center offers a variety of free services to employers interested in hiring current students and recent graduates. The Career Development Center seeks to establish and cultivate on-going relationships with organizations interested in recruiting our students. We recommend that employers develop methods to obtain visibility and build their organizational brand with faculty, administration, students, and alumni through an active and creative partnership with the Career Development Center.
Services Available to Employers
Conducting an internship helps students experience a professional work environment related to their academic career interests while developing highly marketable career skills. Saint Anselm students have interned for large firms, small companies, city and state governments, and non-profits. Visit the Handshake website to post an internship for Saint Anselm students.
On-Campus and Virtual Recruitment
Employers may conduct on-campus or virtual interviews, host office hours, or present an information session to profile their organizations and positions. You may also schedule a table in a high traffic area of the college to distribute employment information and make contacts with potential employees for full-time and part-time positions (solicitation of Saint Anselm students for profit is prohibited). Visits and programming may be scheduled by contacting us at (603) 641-7490 or inquire by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employers: Register With Handshake
We have partnered with Handshake to offer free access for employers to post jobs, internships and search resumes.
Saint Anselm College offers employers the opportunity to post job openings through a secure site that is available only to our students and alumni. To post a job, please visit Handshake.
Employer Job Posting Requirements
Employers may post job and internships opportunities for Saint Anselm students and alumni under the following guidelines:
- The employer abides by the Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals, as established by the National Association of Colleges and Employers.
- Employers may not post job opportunities that require students to purchase or rent any type of presentation or sales material/supplies, or pay a fee for training or placement.
- These guidelines also apply to the kinds of opportunities for which employers may recruit at any on-campus event, including career fairs, employer tables, and on-campus interviews. Employers visiting the campus must be offering legitimate internship or job opportunities.