Employment

How does the College to Career Center impact me and my business? The College to Career Center (CCC) is looking to partner with local and state businesses to provide employers with a means to connect with highly capable graduates. We encourage employers to review the various options listed below and contact the CCC to coordinate the program or service that best suits your needs.

  • Full-time Job Posting
  • Part-time Job Posting
  • Co-ops and Internships
  • On-Campus Interviews
  • Career Fairs

Similarly, the CCC strives to provide career opportunities for our students. These opportunities include internships, part-time jobs, and full-time jobs. By working with skilled professionals, students will be able to gain valuable knowledge and work experience while simultaneously providing assistance in the day to day operations of a local or state business. We look forward to building a mutually beneficial relationship that serves our students while meeting employer recruitment goals.

Next steps:

  • Posting a Job
    • Employers can post jobs through WonderLink, our online job board. Jobs can be posted directly into the job board by registering for WonderLink and completing the job template online.Jobs can also be posted by faxing the job to our office (479.356.6211) or by contacting Katie Harelson by phone (479.880.4228).
    • For positions targeting a particular major, the CCC can send a targeted email directly to students who meet the position requirements.
    • Students have access to the online job board 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • On-Campus Interviews
    • Employers may conduct on-campus interviews in the business building, Rothwell Hall. Our web-based software, WonderLink, allows you to establish Pre-select and Open interview schedules. WonderLink also provides employers access to resumes, maintaining schedules, and communicating with applicants.To establish an on-campus interview date, contact Katie Harelson.

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