UT's The Center for Experiential Learning and Career Services offers comprehensive career development and employment services to ALL UT students and alumni.
If you have a position that is only for engineering or business students, please post positions on their college sites.
SERVICES WE OFFER
Full Time Job Listings: The University of Toledo, in partnership with NACElink, provides a comprehensive
online recruiting system. Employers may post full-time positions through our job/resume
database, Rocketjobs, free of charge.
For more information about RocketJobs, click here.
Part Time/Internship Job Listings: Employers may post part-time, internship and volunteer positions in RocketJobs, free of charge. It is easy through RocketJobs electronic system.
On-Campus Interviews: Be among the best organizations in the nation to interview for undergraduate and graduate, internship and full-time career positions. Call us at 419.530.4341 to schedule a visit.
Increasing Your Visibility: There are many ways you can partner with Career Services to gain broader visibility for your organization on campus - for example, we can connect you with student associations or you can help sponsor office events and publications.
Company Presentations: Many recruiters hold information sessions to inform students about their organization, career opportunities, positions, training programs, benefits, and other important information that students need as they make career decisions. To assist you and to make your visit successful, please contact Career Services at 419.530.4341.
Hiring International Students: The University of Toledo has more than 1000 international students on temporary visas representing over 90 different countries. Their multicultural and multilingual skills combined with their education at UT make them a unique asset to many U.S. employers. As a prospective employer, you have the opportunity to include these talented students in your hiring plans. Many employers may have questions regarding the immigration laws and employment regulations that affect the opportunity for international students to work in the U.S. Click here to view a summary of the regulations that allow international students to become legally authorized to work in the United States.
Career Services abides by the NACE Principals for Professional Conduct.
Recruiting the best and brightest often means building a strong relationship with Career Services, the college, and the department. We are committed to helping you identify outstanding talent for your organization and establish a presence on The University of Toledo campus.
Contact Amy Wexler, Job Location and Development Specialist/Employer Relations