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Western New England University values the relationship between students, alumni, and employers. The Career Development Center offers many resources and services to help students seeking jobs and employers seeking job candidates.

Promote your organization and opportunities to Western New England University students and alumni in the following ways through our On-Campus Recruiting Program. Contact Tina Robertson, Assistant Director, Employer Outreach, for more information.

Post a Job or Internship

Post your open internship, part-time, and/or full-time opportunities and we will promote them to students, alumni, and faculty. Applicants can apply directly to the organization or through the CareerCenter Online and we will forward those résumés to you.

On-Campus Fall and Spring Internship and Career Fair

Upcoming Career Fairs:

Western New England University On-Campus Career Fair: Tuesday, October 8, 2019, 12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m. 

St. Germain Campus Center, Room A
For more information, please contact Tina Robertson at tina.robertson@wne.edu or 413.782.1297.


On-Campus Recruiting

Information Session: Share information about your organization and open positions to students in a workshop session or classroom setting.

Interview Day: Interview students for your opportunities on the Western New England campus. The Career Development Center will help facilitate the process and interviews occur in the Career Development Center or in one of the conference rooms on campus.

Mall Area Information Table: The St. Germain Campus Center is buzzing around lunchtime. We offer employers the opportunity to set up a table to increase their visibility on campus, share information, and informally speak with students about their opportunities. 

Host a Shadow Day

Host a student or small group of students in your organization through programs such as Sophomore Career Connections, AlumniLINKS, or individual classroom initiatives. Students will tour your facilities and gain valuable insight into your organization and industry. If you are unable to host a shadow day, we can organize a time for you to speak to classrooms, clubs, and/or organizations on campus.

Serve on the Employer Relations Advisory Committee

Our Employer Relations Advisory Committee meets twice a year to discuss workplace and economic trends, the skills needed in our workforce, and provides valuable insight to the Career Development Center as we position our students and alumni for success.

Regional Career Fairs

Western New England University is a member of the College Career Centers of Western Massachusetts. Participate in our Annual Spring Career Fair, held in March, or post a position and reach all of the member institutions. Visit www.cccwmjobs.com for more information or email Andrea St. James, Career Development Center Director.

For more information regarding posting positions, our On-Campus Recruiting program, or connecting with Western New England University candidates, please contact Andrea St. James, Career Development Center Director.

To promote an internship to Western New England University students, please complete the form found here.