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Employers

College of Charleston is an exceptional source of talent with 10,000+ students, 61 majors, and 24 master's degree programs. Among the first universities founded in the United States, the College provides students the opportunity to realize their intellectual and personal potential and to become responsible, productive members of society. And that's where we come in - to connect these innovative thinkers to opportunities. We look forward to supporting your efforts to identify target student populations and to assist you in achieving your recruiting goals.

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Post Job Opportunities

The first step to recruiting at College of Charleston is registering as an employer and posting your organization's opportunities in Handshake, our online job and internship database.* Post full-time jobs, part-time jobs, internships, co-ops, research and volunteer positions.

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Arrange Internships

Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields. They also give employers the opportunity to grow and evaluate talent.

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Recruit

Recruit On Campus

We invite your organization to engage our talented students in the ways that best meet your recruiting goals. Review our options from career fairs to networking events to information sessions.

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Become an Employer Partner

*Before listing your position please review our Policies and Guidelines & Career Center Employer Ethics Policy.  After you have requested to connect with the College of Charleston on Handshake and have received approval, you may post your employment opportunities and share them directly with the College of Charleston.  Please note that it may take up to 48 business hours to process your request to join and/or approve a position.

The College of Charleston's Career Center is a member of the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE) and abides by its "Principles of Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals."

The Career Center does not act as an employment agency. We provide students the tools, resources and opportunities to find internships and jobs, but ultimately they are the ones responsible for finding their chosen positions. The hiring decision is dependent upon many extraneous factors not under the control of the Career Center.