Career Success Center


Hello Employers, welcome to the WCSU Virtual Career Center portal.  We sincerely thank you for your interest in recruiting WCSU talent.

Whether you are looking to post employment, request internships or micro-internships, create a micro-learning experience for students, attend a career fair, hold interviews (on-campus and virtually), promote your brand to our students, or collaborate with us on anything else career-related, we are here for you.

Full-Time & Intern Recruitment

Create a Virtual Job Experience with Forage

Post an Internship/Job Offer via Handshake

Become familiar with NACE's Internship Best Practices

Post a Parker Dewey Micro-internships

Join our Next Career Fair

Full Time Recruitment and Internship Program

Employers seeking candidates for full-time, professional, entry-level positions are invited to participate in the Senior Recruitment Program where we facilitate the collection of resumes and scheduling of on-campus interview dates (if applicable).

Employers seeking WCSU students for internships, please check here. We welcome employers to conduct interviews and present information sessions on the WCSU campus to heighten their visibility within our university community and meet students first-hand.

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Posting An Opportunity

Are you a business owner or a company/organization employee

in need of an intern or employee?

Post available internships and jobs for WCSU students and alumni on HANDSHAKE.

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Micro-Internships are one-time professional projects that you can offer WCSU students and recent graduates. This can help you learn more about our students’ talents, provide professional work experience and maybe even shorten your to-do list.  And who may end up finding your next great hire! 

Browse recommended projects in this link and then use it to connect to the “Parker Dewey” platform to post your microinternship.




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The Forage: Virtual Job Simulations

Inspire the next generation of talent by demystifying what you do through innovative virtual experience programs. Through The Forage’s self-paced and virtual job simulations, students can build the skills and confidence they need for career success - before they apply for the role. Each program replicates work at a top company and helps students develop the tools necessary to thrive at that organization. Consider creating one that can be accessed by students anywhere. 

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Career Fairs

Our Career Fairs are a great way to interact with our students and alumni!

Students of all years and majors, along with alumni, are encouraged to attend for recruitment and/or learn about the opportunities available to them, make connections, and expand their network.

WCSU Career Fairs: Each academic year, we host several full career fairs which are open to all majors, including all students/alumni, and features 80+ employers looking to fill internship, full-time, part-time, seasonal and volunteer positions.

See upcoming Career Fairs

We work to include many industries represented to ensure a wide range of job and internship possibilities for all students.

If you are interested in being a part of any of these events and are not currently connected to post your positions on our job board database - HANDSHAKE, please contact the Associate Director and Applied Learning Coordinator, Debra Manente, at,create new email for details.  Invitations to our career fairs are by invitation only and all correspondence will be sent via the HANDSHAKE database.

Local Employers are here to help. Here you can learn more about the various local employers who have been serving this area for years. Will you find your future here?

Best Practices For Internship Programs

Provided by NACE

WCSU Program Accreditations

Employers can be assured that WCSU's academic programs are of the highest quality, as recognized through the accreditation of both international and national accrediting bodies.

Speaking to Students

There are opportunities to connect with students in various ways:

  • Student Club/Organization & EVENTS – WCSU currently has 80+ recognized clubs and organizations on campus with many incorporating educational and career planning and exploration into their schedule of events throughout the year.
  • Academic Classes – Some faculty members will welcome employers in to their classes to speak on topics related to curriculum.  Find faculty contact information here
  • Student and Campus Center Tabling – To arrange for an informational table in our Midtown Student Center or Westside Campus Center, please contact Marc Gegeny at gegenym@wcsu.educreate new email or 203-837-8211

Staying Involved/Connected

We value the support of employers throughout the university.

  • Offer your career-related, industry-specific expertise and advice by volunteering for  events such as Career Panels, Speed Networking, Mock Interviews, Employer In Residence and Job Shadowing organized by The Career Success Center. Contact the office at (203) 837-8263 or careersuccess@wcsu.educreate new email for more information.
  • Encourage students to visit The Career Success Center early on in their WCSU career to take advantage of the available resources.