Employers can work with Cabrini College's extraordinary students and alumni in a number of ways.
Employers are encouraged to participate in Cabrini's internship program, an optional academic program in which students earn academic credit while working in a professional environment.
The talents of Cabrini students can assist organizations while simultaneously helping students grow and develop as individuals.
Cabrini students may earn credit for both paid and unpaid internships, but employer partners must abide by the Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division test for unpaid internships:
Please review the Department of Labor's Fact Sheet #71 for additional information.
POST JOBS AND INTERNSHIPS
JobSource, Cabrini's free career-management system, allows employers to post various types of available positions for current students and alumni to access: full‑time, part‑time, internships, and summer jobs.
Employers are encouraged to invite Cabrini students to networking seminars, company tours, educational programs, and other events.
Additionally, employers are invited to campus for a variety of panels and classroom lessons regarding career preparation.
In addition, employers can recruit exceptional Cabrini College students at various career fairs throughout the semester, linked at www.cabrini.edu/Career.
- Fall Career Fairs
- Spring Career Fairs
Note: This list of career fairs is not final, and additions can be included throughout each semester.
Many of these career fairs are co-sponsored by consortiums and have students from multiple colleges and universities in attendance.
NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF COLLEGES AND EMPLOYERS (NACE)
The Center for Career and Professional Development endorses NACE Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services and Employment Professionals.
Employers who use Cabrini services are expected to conform to these principles and applicable Equal Employment Opportunity laws.
Not a member of NACE?
For more information, questions, or inquiries, please contact Nancy Hutchison at 610-902-8305.