Employer Partner Program
CBU students are consistently recognized by employers for their exceptional character, work ethic and ability to practically apply their education to their chosen career field. We invite you to connect with our students and take part in their professional career development.
- Employer Partner Program
Learn all the benefits of becoming an Employer Partner.
If you would like to take advantage of all of our on-campus recruitment opportunities, consider joining our Partner Program! This program has been designed to benefit companies and organizations of all sizes so that they may provide their distinctive job and internship opportunities to the Lancer community of students with increased visibility.
- Employer Engagement Opportunities
Check out these 9 different ways you can interact with CBU Students:
- Employer Partner Program
- Career Fairs
- Employer Booths
- Classroom Presentations
- On-Campus Interviews
- Employer Panels
- Information Sessions
- Social Media Posts
Call (951) 343-5031 or email us to inquire about scheduling any of these services to fit your recruitment needs.
- Post Jobs and Internships
Market your current openings to CBU students and alumni by posting your jobs and internships on Handshake. Click here for more information.
In order to post your job openings to CBU students, review student resumes and communicate with candidates, you must first register as an employer on Handshake. For further assistance in this process, please call (951) 343-5031.
For further guidelines on posting internships and the required qualifications for academic credit, please visit here.
- On-Campus Recruiting
Share your opportunities with students on CBU’s campus and meet candidates directly through On-Campus recruiting options.
Career Fairs are our main source of on-campus recruiting. Be apart of 10 Career Fairs this whole year!
An employer booth is a great, one-day opportunity for employers to connect with CBU students on campus. We will work around your schedule to find a date and time that fits your company best! Call (951) 343-5031 or email us to inquire about a scheduling fit for your recruitment needs.
If you are interested in presenting to CBU students on campus, please contact our Director Lisa Blair at email@example.com or 951-552-8741.
- Internship Guidelines
Learn what it takes to host an intern at your company or organization.
Employers interested in hosting a CBU student intern are encouraged to register as an employer on Handshake. All internships, whether paid or unpaid, must meet the criteria for academic credit in order to be posted as an internship on Handshake. We can assist employers in connecting with students but cannot assign a student to an internship. If you would like to host an intern but are not sure where to begin, call the Career Center at (951) 343-5031 and our staff would be happy to assist you in the process.
What Qualifies as a Legitimate Internship?
- The internship must be an extension of the classroom: a learning experience that allows the student to apply the knowledge they’ve gained in the classroom and not simply advance the operations of the employer or do the work that a regular employee would routinely perform.
- The skills or knowledge learned must be transferable to other employment settings.
- The experience has a defined beginning and end as well as a job description with desired qualifications.
- There are clearly defined learning objectives related to the professional goals of the student's academic coursework.
- There is supervision by a professional with expertise and educational and/or professional background in the field.
- There is routine feedback by the experienced supervisor.
- The host employer provides resources, equipment and facilities that support learning objectives and goals.
Paid vs. Unpaid Internships?
It is important to realize that some unpaid internships may have legal limitations, and simply requiring a student to enroll for academic credit for an unpaid internship may not absolve the legal responsibility of an employer to pay an individual for work performed. For-profit companies are more likely to run this risk with an unpaid internship, but it is helpful for non-profits and government agencies to consider these implications as well.
If you are an employer and would like more information about our online job board, events, or partner program, please contact the Career Center Director Lisa Blair firstname.lastname@example.org or 951-552-8741