College Central Online Job Board
Our online job board offers you the opportunity to post your job opportunities at any time and reach our students and alumni 24 hours a day.
Sign up for a free account to post, update and manage all your job openings and search posted resumes to match your employment opportunities with our job seekers.
Go to www.CollegeCentral.com/ctstate-naugatuckvalley to get started!
Create New Account
- Go to www.CollegeCentral.com/ctstate-naugatuckvalley, click on the Employers link.
- In the sign in box click on Sign Up.
- Complete and submit the short application. (See Employer Profile & Job Posting tips below.)
- Once your application is approved you will get an email to complete the process.
- Return to the above address, log in and post your openings at any time!
Download the Employers QuickStart Guide
Employer Profile & Job Posting Tips
- Company Description and Web Address: Include the description of your company/organization in your profile when registering for your job board account. Let students and alumni know who you are and what you do. Including your website address in your profile will encourage them to take the opportunity to do more research on the organization.
- Job Title: A descriptive title will get attention and increase interest in your opening. Titles such as “Banking”, “Retail” or “Intern” are very general and can mean many things.
- Job Description and Requirements: Include a detailed job description and specific knowledge/experience required with each posting. This will help your opening to be found in more keyword searches and generate more interest from students and alumni.
Reserve a table to come on campus during the fall and spring semesters to meet and interview our students! This is a great opportunity to put the spotlight on your organization and let our students know about job openings and careers with your company. We offer a table in a high traffic area, marketing of your event on campus and your event highlighted in our student and alumni newsletters. If you will be interviewing any students we can provide a quiet area for your use. Call or email and reserve your date today – 203-575-8158 –
To best market your event and job openings we need as much notice as possible and a list of current openings. Please sign up as much in advance as you can to give us time to reach our students with the best information possible.
Job and Career Fairs
CT State Naugatuck Valley hosts two Job and Career Fairs each year. The fall Job Fair highlights part-time and entry level jobs as well as internships to help students to get job skills, experience and investigate careers in their chosen fields. Our spring Job and Career Fair is for students and alumni to explore all types of jobs and get more information on career opportunities. These fairs are a great opportunity for your to meet our students and for our students to meet you and learn about your organizations. If you would like to sign up for our mailing list for either event please email us with your contact information and which event(s) you are interested in –
Each fall and spring semester we have a Mock Interview day to help our students prepare to meet employers at our job and career fairs, as well as job interviews. Students get the chance to interview with and be critiqued by an employer to improve their skills. We are in need of volunteers to help with this event. This is a one day event from 9:00am to 4:00pm usually 2 weeks before each job and career fair or expo. If you are able to offer a couple of hours to help out please let us know by calling or emailing our office – 203-575-8158 –
Other opportunities to partner with us, get your name out to your students and meet potential employees for your company:
- Offer / sponsor workshops or other events on campus for career planning, job search skills, interview skills or other job and career related topic.
- Let us know that you would like your company and/or current openings highlighted in our student and alumni newsletters. Student newsletters are sent twice a month during the fall and spring semesters, alumni letters twice each semester.
- Employee vs. Contractor Guidelines
- It is important for you to be clear to prospective employees about whether they will be considered an employee or a contractor for tax and other purposes. Please reference the guidelines at http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/p1779.pdf
- This fact sheet provides general information to help determine whether interns must be paid the minimum wage and overtime under the Fair Labor Standards Act for the services that they provide to "for-profit" private sector employers. Internship Programs Under the Fair Labor Standards Act
Contact & Location
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