The Career Resource Center is dedicated to working with employers to develop and/or promote professional opportunities for our students.
SUNY New Paltz is a highly selective university with over 6500 undergraduate and 1000 graduate students representing 150 different areas of study. In addition, our students embody a high level of cultural, ethnic, and socio-economic diversity.
To get started recruiting SUNY New Paltz students and alumni, contact the Career Resource Center at Mark McFadden to learn more about any of the following services.or email the director,
Wednesday, October 19, 2022 from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Attend our Fall career fair that is attended by over 400 students.
Handshake (formerly HawkHire)
Handshake helps employers find, access, and hire the best college talent. Connect with top students and alumni at hundreds of universities.
- Register for career fairs
- Post jobs and internships
- Reach out directly to students and alumni
- Set up virtul and on-campus interviews
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The Career Resource Center hosts a Networking Fair for Jobs and Internships each semester in addition to etiquette dinners, networking events, information sessions, and panel discussions. On-campus career fairs, events and deadlines
Offer a Micro-Internship
If you want to expand your recruiting pool, improve the effectiveness of your hiring efforts, or need some immediate help with projects, consider offering a micro-Internship. These are short-term (5-40 hours), paid, professional assignments that are similar to those given to new hires or interns. Set up a profile and get started.
Please contact the Career Resource Center to develop a plan to recruit and schedule interviews.
We offer opportunities for employers to speak about their companies in classes, at workshops, dinners, and conferences throughout the school year. Please ask us how you can become involved.
We will post your position on
Sponsoring events and student resources are an effective way to increase employer visibility and student interest. Sponsorships support
Host a site visit
You choose the day and time and we will bring the students to you. Site visits usually