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Leading the way in education since 1870 with a commitment to academic excellence, diversity and community, a foundation for success was built. Today, Hunter’s tradition meets innovation, with distinguished professors and excellent students!

Hunter was rated as one of the top three colleges in the country for diversity.  Students come from over 150 different countries and speak more than 100 different languages, to take advantage of this exceptional learning experience. A student body of over 20,000, makes Hunter College the place you turn to, to recruit top talent.

Career Development Services looks forward to helping you connect with the talented students at Hunter College. Please browse our website for details about our services and resources for employers. For inquiries, please contact us at career@hunter.cuny.edu

Job & Internship Postings

Career Fairs

Recruitment Programs and Information Sessions

Frequently Asked Questions

 

CareerHunter: Job & Internship Postings

If you have a job or internship position available, log on and create your profile on our FREE online recruitment system.

 

 

Career Fairs

You will have the opportunity to video chat with students from many fields such as Business & Tech, Education, Public Affairs, Social Services, Healthcare and more!

We have 2 great FREE options for you connect with Hunter College students and alumni, the Jumpstart Job & Internship Virtual Fair and the Upwards & Onwards Virtual Career Fair. Both events are open to all students and alumni across the 170+ academic programs at Hunter College.

Jumpstart Job & Internship Virtual Fair
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
12:00 noon to 2:00 pm
To register: https://hunter-cuny-csm.symplicity.com/events/jumpstart2021

Upwards & Onwards Virtual Career Fair
Friday, November 12, 2021
12 noon to 2:00 pm
To register: https://hunter-cuny-csm.symplicity.com/events/hcupwards2021

Quick Tour of Virtual Fairs for Employers

For a video tour of the virtual career fairs, please click the image below.


 

 

 

 

Recruitment Programs and Information Sessions

Career Development Services hosts information sesions and recruitment programs to help you reach Hunter College students and alumni. If you would like more information about hosting a recruitment event, please contact us at career@hunter.cuny.edu

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Third Party Staffing

CDS does not post positions from third party staffing agencies.

 

Upfront Costs or Required Activities

We will not post postitions requiring students to pay special fees, purchase training materials, or participate in multi-level marketing as a preliminary condition of employment.

 

Accuracy of Job Description

Employers are responsible for ensuring their job or internship description is an accurate reflection of the duties of the position.

 

Discriminatory Practices

Federal laws prohibit job discrimination based on race, color, sex, national origin, religion, age, equal pay and disability. These guidelines are available from The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. In addition, The New York City Human Rights Law prohibits discrimination based on gender (including gender identity and sexual harassment), sexual orientation, martial status, and partnership status. As part of CUNY, Hunter College also adheres to The City University of New York Non-Discrimination Policy, which "is committed to engendering values and implementing policies that will enhance respect for individuals and their cultures." CDS will not post positions which do not adhere to any of these non-discriminatory guidelines.

 

Safety

Employers will offer students a safe and appropriate work environment for students. A private home is not considered appropriate for internships, part time jobs, or full time jobs.

 

When should employers list internships?

It is suggested that employers list their internship opportunities at least 6 weeks prior to the designated start date in order that there be adequate time  for students to apply, be interviewed, notified as well as contact their faculty supervisor and register for academic credit before the registration period closes.

 

What are time frames for UNPAID internships?

Unpaid internships follow a semester time frame where students must receive academic credit for their participation.

Fall semester: Internships begin early September and ends mid December

Spring semester: Internships begin early February and end mid May

Summer: 8-12 weeks between June and August

 

What are the time frames for PAID internships?

Paid internships follow a similar time table but can continue beyond the semester.  Paid internships must pay at least minimum wage per hour.

 

What is your Offer Deadline policy?

For OCR positions, Career Development Services is committed to working in the best interest of both our students and our employer partners. We encourage employers to be understanding and willing to give students ample time to carefully consider all of their employment options and to make informed decisions during the recruiting season. In an effort to establish a fair, competitive and ethical recruiting environment for both students and employers, Career Development Services requires employers to follow the following OCR offer and date guidelines.

In some cases, students may ask for extensions beyond these recommended deadlines, and we hope you will be able to accommodate their requests. Additionally, please note that for continuity purposes, these policies may apply to positions that are Non-OCR if other divisions or your respective company participate in On-Campus Recruiting.

If you extend a full-time job or a returning summer internship offer to a student prior to the start of the Fall semester, we request that you give that student until mid October to give you their decision.

Fall Semester

Full Time

If you extend a full-time job offer to a student during fall recruiting after the start of the Fall semester, we would prefer that you give students until the end of November to give you their decision and we require you to give students a minimum of 3 weeks to make the decision.

Internship

If you extend an internship offer to a student during fall recruiting after the start of the Fall semester, we would prefer that you give students until the end of November to give you their decision and we require you to give students a minimum of 4 weeks to make the decision. Note: the 4 weeks applies to all internship offers made prior to the start of the Spring semester, including those made during the winter intersession.