Partner with the Career Services Center
Alumni, parents and families are a tremendous resource for our office, and we thank you for your support and involvement. Here are ways in which you can partner with our office:
Post a Job or Internship for Students and Alumni
Job postings from parents and families are a wonderful resource for both students and alumni. If you or your organization would like to post a position on CMConnect, simply email it to Charlene Kile. Please include as much information as you can, including a job description, a description of the organization (at least a website), a contact person (required), and application procedures as needed.
Be a SLAC Employer
CMC has joined the Selective Liberal Arts Consortium (SLAC), which consists of 14 top liberal arts colleges, to provide additional employment opportunities for Seniors. SLAC organizes pre-selected interviewing days every January. CMC students participate in the New York City and Washington, DC events. If you are interested participating as an employer in SLAC recruiting events, please contact our Associate Director, Beth Saliba.
Fund our Sponsored Internship Program
CMC has amazing sponsored internship opportunities and there are always more students who want to participate than funding allows. Click here to read about the different sponsored internships we offer. We encourage you to consider contributing financially to our sponsored internship programs as well. If you would like to do so, please contact Jason Jeffrey, our Coordinator of Sponsored Internship Programs.
Share your Career Insights
Each semester the CSC hosts a number of panels and workshops that include speakers from a wide variety of professions. Students greatly appreciate hearing from practicing professionals and we invite you to come to campus and share your expertise. Typical discussions include information about first jobs, good decisions (or bad ones), favorite elements of your work, who and what prepared you the most for your profession, and what you know now that you wish you knew then! Tell us when you are planning a visit to campus and we will make the arrangements for your talk.
Serve as a Networking Contact
Serve as a contact with whom CMC students can network to gather more information about career options, serve as a mentor, or a person they can "shadow" on the job. Help students develop contacts for information, advice, and assistance in career planning and job search.
Perform Mock Interviews
The CSC invites alumni, family members, and employers to spend a half or full day performing mock interviews with students. Interviewers typically spend about 20 minutes interviewing and then 10 minutes providing feedback in this most useful career development activity.
Host Students at Your Place of Employment
Students love to visit companies and see firsthand what really goes on in the workplace. It’s a great opportunity for them to learn more about specific industries and organizations. Please contact our office if you would like to host a company site visit.
If you are interested in partnering with the Career Services Center in any of these ways, please email or call us.