Employers

Employer Services at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg

At the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, we work to aid students in their career search through job development, career exploration, and related preparation.  Employers are a valuable resource to the students due to your experience and knowledge of the industry.  Therefore, we would like to make you aware of various services we provide to employers and community agencies, as we believe that the students gain insight and experience through these invaluable connections.

Advertise Opportunities

  • Full-Time Positions
  • Part-Time Positions
  • Summer/Seasonal Work
  • Internships/Co-op
  • Volunteer Work
  • Shadowing

CCN for Pitt-Greensburg

Employers can post available positions to University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg students and alumni free of charge through this on-line posting system.  Employers have the freedom to post positions or our office can advertise for you.

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On-Campus Recruitment

Throughout the year, there are various opportunities for on-campus recruitment. Please contact Career Services to schedule individual times for a lunch-time table in our student-union area, information sessions and first/second interviews.

Internship/Career Fairs

 In addition to individualized recruitment initiatives, find out more about our participation in regional consortium events, such as Westmoreland Assists Native Talent (W.A.N.T. Job Expo) the Western PA Collegiate Job and Internship Fair (sponsored by WestPACS), and Pittsburgh Education Recruitment Consortium (P.E.R.C.) Education Job Fair.

Career Speakers & Student Networking Events

From Mock Interview Night to major-related conferences, we work to coordinate activities for various majors and employers to discuss opportunities and career paths.  Please contact us if you are interested in taking part in career information sessions, career panels, or mock interviews.   

Resources

Important Articles about offering Internships

U.S. Department of Labor regarding Internships

Guidance on offering unpaid internships 

Blog article about paid vs. unpaid via Department of Labor