Career Center Services for Employers

Quick Engagements

  • Advertising & Recruitment opportunities on Handshake
  • Class Profile Information & Salary Data
  • Corporate Branding on Social Media
  • Exposure to students through targeted, quick and easy programming: Discovery Sessions, Lunch and Learns, Student Group Presentations, Workshops, Panels, etc.

Big Opportunities

  • Networking Events, Career Fairs, Mock Interview Days, Etiquette Dinners, etc.
  • Corporate Field Trips, Sponsored Research, Student Projects, and Competitions
  • On campus and virtual targeted recruitment for Co-Ops, Internships, Micro-Internships, Part-time & Full-time Employment Opportunities
  • Educational Partners: Mentors, Day in the Life Series, Employer in Residence
  • Connections to Faculty, Staff, and Departments

Partnerships With our office

  • Career Center Hire A Knight Corporate Sponsor Program (Learn more about the program here or sign up to be a partner here)
  • Co-Branded Badges for New-Hire Readiness
  • Continuing Education, Degree Completion, and Training
  • Summer and Winter Break Programs for unique and targeted populations

Looking to Recruit a Golden Knight for an opportunity? 

  • Post your internships, co-ops, entry-level and experienced positions on Handshake.
  • Share more about your company’s history, impact, and culture as well as the work you do and the opportunities you are seeking through a Discover Session.
  • Email career@clarkson.edu to work with our team to help you learn more about our students, recruit talent and become engaged as a lifelong partner!
NACE Career Readiness Competencies

It is our commitment to our students and our corporate partners to support our Golden Knights career journey through best practices and career education. It is with these elements that our students will be prepared for their unique career journey after Clarkson. We encourage all of our corporate partners to be a part of this education of our future leaders. Through our tailored holistic career programs, our students will be prepared to enter into the workforce with the following eight career readiness competencies as defined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).

  • Problem solving and critical thinking
  • Written and verbal communication
  • Leadership
  • Digital technology
  • Career management
  • Teamwork and collaboration
  • Professionalism and work ethic
  • Global and intercultural fluency
Looking To Attend A Career Fair?