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|Job Vacancy Listing|
Career Services will advertise part-time, summer, internship, and full-time job opportunities. Vacancies are listed in the College's career center and may also be listed on the Nebraska College Recruiting Consortium’s JobZone. Part-time, local vacancies are also posted on a bulletin board in the student union.
Career Services will forward resumes of candidates meeting employers' qualifications for full-time and internship opportunities. Employers will conduct the screening, interviewing, and hiring processes at their offices. This program is also available through the Nebraska College Recruiting Consortium.
Career Services will arrange a location and schedule a date for employers to interview candidates at Hastings College. Employers select the date. Career Services coordinates all of the arrangements. It is ideal for employers to schedule their recruitment date at least one month in advance. Pre-select schedules require more lead-time. Most interviews take place in Career Services in the Hazelrigg Student Union.
An internship is a cooperative arrangement between a Hastings College student, a faculty member, and an employer or sponsoring agency. Career Services assists with the initiation and coordination of internship programs. This educational experience integrates classroom study with planned and supervised work experience. For employers, an internship program is a source for untapped talent, a means of effectively prescreening and recruiting future full time employees, and a vehicle to gain assistance for special projects or peak work periods.
Career Services will work with employers to obtain qualified interns that meet their organization's needs. Internships can be arranged during the semester, summer, and January terms. The Hastings College program is flexible. Interns may be recruited at any time during the year, or on annual or bi-annual basis. Interns may continue over consecutive terms or complete their experience during a portion of a term. Selection of the intern is the sole decision of the employer. Monetary compensation is also a decision made by the employer. A salary or stipend is recommended but not required.
|Nebraska College Recruiting Consortium|
Hastings College is a member of the Nebraska College Recruiting Consortium (NCRC), formerly known as the Nebraska Interview Consortium (NIC). The NCRC provides a vehicle for employers to reach 9 small colleges with one contact. Services included free online vacancy listings on a centralized student/employer website, resume referral, and centralized campus recruiting at a Lincoln or Omaha metro location. Contact the NCRC Coordinator by clicking on the logo to your left, HC Career Services below, or go to the NCRC employer website at https://ncrc-csm.symplicity.com/employers/index.php?cck=1&au=&ck to get started.
|Nebraska College Career Services Association|
|NCCSA, the Nebraska College Career Services Association represents professionals from two-year and four-year colleges and universities who aid students in their career development, including searches for internships and employment. Members cooperate to help employers access future and recent graduates. The organization hosts a virtual career fair each April for all Nebraska students. You may send vacancy announcements to all college members by clicking on the logo.|