Recruiting Resources for Employers and Graduate Schools

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RECRUITING Resources for EMPLOYERS & GRADUATE SCHOOLS

Whether recruiting for a professional role, an intern, a part-time seasonal position, or graduate or professional school programs, recruit from our award-winning student body at New College, the Honors College of Florida. Undergraduate and graduate programs offered at New College.

just-in-time recruiting Services

We offer a variety of services to connect you with our students just-in-time and customized to fit your needs.

  • Posting Jobs and Internships
  • Tabling
  • Information Sessions
  • On-campus Interviews
  • Networking Events & Career Fairs
  • Promotion of Opportunities
  • Faculty and Academic Program Collaborations
  • Internship Program Development Consultation

post and promote opportunities on handshake

To post open jobs and internships, please join us on Handshake, our recruiting platform that connects recruiters with New College job seekers.
After you have an account on Handshake, these step-by-step instructions will walk you through how to post jobs and internships.

career fairs & networking events

Cross College Alliance (CCA) Job & Internship Fair – Day 1 (Virtual Option)
Date: Wednesday, October 20 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location: Virtual on Remo
Cost: $30 – For-profit Companies; $15 – Nonprofits — Discount Available for Attending Both Days
Recruit diverse top talent virtually for jobs and internships from multiple colleges across the Florida Suncoast region. CCA participating schools are New College of Florida, Ringling College of Art & Design, State College of Florida, and University of South Florida.  

Cross College Alliance (CCA) Job & Internship Fair – Day 2 (In-Person Option)
Date: Thursday, October 21 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location: New College Sudakoff Center
Cost: $30 – For-Profit Companies; $15 – Nonprofits — Discount Available for Attending Both Days
Recruit diverse top talent for jobs and internships from multiple colleges across the Florida Suncoast region. CCA participating schools are New College of Florida, Ringling College of Art & Design, State College of Florida, and University of South Florida.

Graduate & Professional School Exploration Expo 2021
Date: Wednesday, November 3 | 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Location: New College Jane Bancroft Cook Library or Virtual
Cost: $50
This is the event for graduate and professional schools. As the State of Florida’s designated honors college, New College students receive a high-caliber education that prepares them for pursuing graduate and professional school programs. Recruit at this event virtually or in-person.

Mock Interview Day with Employers & Alumni 
Date: Tuesday, November 9 | 1:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Location: Virtual or On-Campus
Cost: Free
Help students improve their interview skills and increase your campus awareness by hosting mock interviews with students. Host virtual interviews or visit our campus. Register for this event by emailing the CEO at ceo@ncf.edu.

 

Internship program resources & Recruiting Inters from New College

New College can help you develop a high-quality internship program and recruit our intellectually curious students as interns. Click here for information about how to recruit interns as well as other employer and internship site resources. 

Need Help?

Contact us for assistance with your New College recruiting strategy!

  • Email – ceo@ncf.edu
  • Phone – 941-487-5002
  • In-Person – Jane Bancroft Cook Library Room 154 – Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Social Media – @CareerCenterNCF

For assistance in creating your Handshake account and profile or posting an open position, please visit the Handshake Support Center.

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