College of DuPage Career Services assists employers with their recruiting efforts for part-time and full-time positions, internships, or seasonal work needs. Employers are encouraged to contact Career Services with any specific questions or needs they might have. Employers may also view other types of business partnerships at COD through our interactive brochure.
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How to Post Your Job or Internship Opening
College of DuPage has an electronic job board, College Central Network, where employers can post employment opportunities. This system is Internet accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To post a position employers must first register their company. To do this:
- Go to www.collegecentral.com/dupage.
- Click on "Employer."
- Click on "Register Now" for the online registration form.
Once an employer is registered, they will receive a password to login within 24 hours. This access will allow employers to post positions.
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How to Post Internships
Employers are encouraged to post internship opportunities with College Central Network, COD's Electronic Job Board. All internship positions should be posted here and should follow the same process as posting permanent positions.
Interested COD students will identify themselves as candidates and contact the employer directly, according to the instructions provided on College Central Network. COD students who meet course prerequisites have the opportunity to enroll for academic credit, which creates a learning partnership involving faculty, employer and student. Other students pursue internships solely for the work experience and do not pursue academic credit.
- Employer Help Sheet
- Internship Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
- Starting and Maintaining an Internship Program
- Supervising Interns Successfully
- Internship Criteria
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