Quinnipiac University wide Career Fair Monday, Oct. 16, 2017, in the Recreation Center Courts on Quinnipiacís Mount Carmel Campus.

Career Development Office

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Across 8 schools and the College of Arts and Sciences, career development is paramount to a Quinnipiac education. We provide all students with the skills, experiences and support to obtain a position in their desired field, while helping organizations choose ideal job recruits. Our school-specific approach provides employers with a highly customized recruiting experience, enabling them to target candidates in specific academic programs or schools.

Hire Our Students

Building your future workforce together

Our students and alumni bring a range of sought-after skills and knowledge to the modern workplace. If you are interested in hiring our students, we will work with you to build a customized program to meet your hiring needs. 

We can assist you with:

  • Posting full-time and internship listings
  • Arranging dates to interview students on campus
  • Obtaining student resumes for specific positions
  • Developing an internship program
  • Arranging site visits for student groups 
  • Participating in our career fairs

Post a job opportunity

To post a job opportunity on our online job portal, QU Career Connections, please follow the instructions below:

1. Log in or create your account on our Career Connections site.

2. Click ”Create Job Posting”
3. Complete the required job form fields
4. Press ”Submit”

Contact us

Our QUCC administrator is available for questions or troubleshooting issues.

Career Fairs

Find your next employee or intern at our career fairs

We host numerous career fairs throughout the academic year. We invite you to meet with hundreds of qualified students at our next career fair for potential internships and full-time employment positions.

Alumni Connections

Committed to your continued success

At Quinnipiac, we have a saying: “you are a Bobcat for life.” That means our commitment to student success doesn’t end at graduation. While current students enjoy a range of career development services, we extend many of the same resources to alumni from all our schools. 

The Quinnipiac Alumni Association is committed to empowering you with the tools and knowledge you need for career success at each stage of your professional life. The Alumni Career Development program provides a suite of timely and relevant programming, responsive to dynamic workforce and career needs.

Alumni career development services include personalized career advisement, peer-to-peer mentoring, virtual and on-site educational events, as well as a variety of self-directed professional development and job search resources.

Kristina Galligan
Alumni career development officer

Alumni career development
Kristina Galligan and an alumnus sit at a table talking together.

Always a Bobcat

Kristina Galligan, alumni career development officer, helps alumnus Gary Binkiewicz ’14, MBA ’16, refine his resume.

Our Unique Approach

Your future workforce can be found right here

At Quinnipiac, we equip students with what the modern job market requires: a diverse skillset, global perspective, social intelligence and a collaborative mindset. We accomplish this by integrating academic and career development, and by providing numerous opportunities for hands-on experience, such as internships, research opportunities, volunteering and international study.

Our students are driven to pursue all meaningful job resources and embrace opportunities to expand their talents and expertise. Our career development professionals work closely with them to find internships that match their unique skillsets and goals. Because of this highly personalized approach, our 8 schools and College of Arts and Sciences are pools of highly talented, driven individuals and future leaders.

It’s no secret why job fairs and other events bring eager representatives from hundreds of companies to Quinnipiac each year — our graduates have the skills and ambition employers are looking for. If you are interested in hiring our students, please contact the appropriate school or college career development representative or visit the school’s landing page.

Alexandra Mason, an Accelerated Dual-Degree BS/MBA (3+1) candidate in her final year, talks with a recruiter during the Spring Career Fair on Monday, Feb. 27, 2017, in Burt Kahn Court on Quinnipiac's Mount Carmel Campus.

Making connections

Alexandra Mason, an Accelerated Dual-Degree BS/MBA (3+1) student, talks with a recruiter during the Spring Career Fair on Quinnipiac’s Mount Carmel Campus.