The Career Services department at NDSCS appreciates our employer partnerships and we are always seeking innovative ways to partner with employers to increase awareness of your jobs and internships and help you establish connections with students and alumni. Our staff can assist you with your recruitment needs and are willing to help you throughout the process.
Companies have a variety of ways to market their brand on campus and recruit individuals for internships, co-ops, seasonal, part-time, and full-time job opportunities.
The Career Services Department sponsors a career fair every spring at NDSCS. This fair is a great way for employers to build awareness and connect with interested and qualified students. Click here for more on the NDSCS Career Fair.
Cooperative Education at the North Dakota State College of Science is an enhancement to the student's curriculum that can become a valuable part of the student's college education. It provides students the opportunity to apply their classroom learning in the work environment and, in some cases, may open the door to full-time employment upon graduation.
Cooperative Education is a paid work experience program for our college students. Co-op students work as regular part-time or full-time employee, earning academic credit for knowledge and skills acquired on the job.
The Cooperative Education program affords the employer and the College the unique opportunity to work together to provide students with relevant learning activities and quality education.
Your opportunity to help train tomorrow’s workforce! Click here for more information about the Career Ready Internship Grant.
We invite you to post your internship, co-op, part-time and full-time employment opportunities on our website.
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