For postings of full-time, part-time, and summer jobs to Wilkes University, Career Services utilizes the College Central Network.
Student or Alumni Registration allows you to check announcements to receive e-mails about job opportunities and Career Services events, and to build your own job search resource page. Students and alumni may upload a resume, if they choose, for potential employers to view. Your resume will be critiqued and approved by Career Services staff before it can be viewed by employers, as it is critical that your resume is error free and effective in presenting your education and experiences to employers. Job seekers should note that jobs posted on College Central Network reflect fairly recent openings, for further assistance in identifying potential employers related to your interests, do meet with us.
Cooperative Education & Internships
Students can search online for internship opportunities posted through our office. For a full list of current opportunities, please follow the instructions listed below.
Note: All academic internships must be approved by your advisor and department chair. Participation in the program requires a 2.0 GPA and completion of at least 30 credits.
Here's how to start your search:
- Go to the Student Central area of College Central.
- If this is your first visit to the site, follow the register link and fill out the appropriate information. Make sure to record your Access ID and Password for future access.
- Select Search for Jobs Posted to My School.
- Under Types of Jobs select Co-op, Part-time, and Internship.
- Click on Job ID for more details on each position.
- Contact our office for application details on each position that interests you.
Employers seeking candidates specifically from Wilkes University may share their opportunities with us via employers College Central Network.
Wilkes University Career Services cannot control or predict the employment needs, hiring criteria, or processes, or human resource practices of employers who have posted positions with us. Always use good judgment, do adequate company research, and contact us with any questions you may have about a position or an organization.
For your privacy and protection when applying to a job, never give your social security number to a prospective employer online, provide credit card or bank account information, or perform any sort of monetary transaction.