Students Become Career Ready to Secure Their Future By Networking with Employers

build The network FOR High ACHIEVING AND Articulate Students to Be a Presence in your organization

We are committed to the success of our constituents: students, faculty, staff, and employers. We have a relevant and compelling set of services and events to promote student success at New College of Florida and after graduation. The CEO is a department which offers centralized services and resources and is available to all currently enrolled degree-seeking NCF students, recruiting employers, NCF faculty/staff and professional mentors.

The New College of Florida serves a student body of approximately 860 undergraduate and 58 graduate students. At New College, academics are divided into three main divisions: Humanities, Natural Sciences and Social Sciences. We offer nearly 40 different Areas of Concentration (Majors), including several established interdisciplinary concentrations.

We rank as The Honors College within Florida’s State University System. We offer student enrichment opportunities including internships, hands-on research, cooperative education opportunities and study abroad experiences as well as more than 100 clubs and other campus organizations.

New College of Florida alumni include a President of a University, foreign dignitaries, Emmy Award and Pulitzer Prize winners and executives who have served in worldwide organizations.

NCFs Center for Engagement and Opportunity offers a number of resources and opportunities for employers to recruit our Top NCF Talent. Our goal is to partner with employers and assist in maximizing the organizations recruiting efforts at NCF in order to yield a higher rate of NCF hires within your organization. At the same time we serve our students by providing a variety of career development and career education engagement programs and networking opportunities through the wide array of career programs and events. Contact speak with a member of our CEO team or our Director to discuss our Employer Relations opportunities.

Remember, if you have a job or internship you want to show off, you can become one of our preferred partners. We are eager for external employers to hire our NCF students and also participate in our Director’s Corporate Council Advisory board.

The CEO brings together career education and services, external employer engagement, job opportunities and national fellowships and student research opportunities to encourage students to begin becoming career ready as soon as they enroll in courses at NCF to start right away developing the skills to help them achieve success.

Are you interested in employing a New College student or graduate? Our goal is to provide local and national (and sometimes international) businesses and organizations with a capable work force.

Post your full-time, part-time, internship and cooperative education jobs using this link. As soon as one of our staff approves the job posting, students can see your information and access it to contact you directly.

Should you need to contact us: or 941-487-5002 during business hours M-F.

In addition to our job board, the CEO offers:

  • One-on-one career education sessions, counseling and career readiness strategy meetings
  • Access to our alumni Mentor Program to connect students with New College alums in careers which can benefit the enrolled students
  • Job Search planning sessions including assisting the student manager their resume/CV documents, cover letters, and participating in various types of mock interview sessions
  • Job Search selected events such as; Part-time Job Fairs, External Employer On-campus Recruitment Events, and Are You Career Ready? seminars.

Job Boards

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Disclaimer The New College of Florida, NCF makes no representations or guarantees about positions listed by the Center for [Career] Engagement and Opportunity, CEO. NCF and the CEO are not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of off-campus employment. It is the responsibility of the individuals to research the integrity of the organizations to which they are applying. The individual is advised to use caution and common sense when applying for any position with an organization or a private party. You should not go alone to a residential address to apply for a job. Do not put yourself in a vulnerable position. Even the best job opportunity is not worth jeopardizing your personal safety. This web site also contains links to other web sites not under the control of NCFs Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity and we are not responsible for the contents of any linked site. The Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity provides these links only as a convenience. NCF and The Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity assume no liability for acts of omissions by third parties or for material supplied by them. A note to students: minimum wage is determined by the Department of Labor and employers are expected to be familiar with rate of pay and expectations of employees. The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) FERPA is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. Provisions of FERPA allow universities to release "directory" information about students without further permission. FERPA defines "directory" information as a student's name, address, telephone number, date and place of birth, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, honors and awards, dates of attendance, degrees received, and the most recent previous educational institution attended. NCF Center for Career Engagement and Opportunity may release such information to employers seeking interns, part-time or full-time employees. Students may request that NCF not release directory information about them by completing a request to prevent disclosure of directory information request in the Office of the Registrar. By posting resumes and other documents in NCFs Job Board or similar electronic platform, students thereby grant the Center for Engagement and Opportunity the right to disclose those documents to employers.

Employers – External and Internal

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Employers – External and Internal

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