Posting a Job, Internship or Volunteer Opportunity*
University of Northwestern welcomes postings of jobs, internships, or volunteer opportunities on our website, CareerConnect. We accept job postings from churches, corporations, small businesses, nonprofit organizations and private families. Posted positions can be full-time, part-time, temporary, paid or unpaid, and posting is FREE.
If you are already registered at CareerConnect, simply log in and click “post jobs” on the top menu bar.
If this is your first time visiting our site, please go to the CareerConnect employer website to register and post your job.
- Control the delivery method of receiving resumes
- Access the University of Northwestern student and alumni resume database
- Electronically request an on-campus recruiting visit
- Edit postings or post more than one opportunity
- Control posting deadlines and length
How to post a job ON CAREERCONNECT
STEP 1: Log on to CareerConnect.
STEP 2: Register as an employer (if your job is for a family, use your last name as the company name). Fill out the employer profile and contact information.
STEP 3: Review what to include in a job or internship description.
STEP 4: Post each internship or employment opportunity separately. Please include detailed information.
STEP 5: Once approved you may use all the e-campus recruiter resources.
If you need assistance with posting, contact theCenter for Calling & Career at 651-631-5265.
*University of Northwestern reserves the right to decline postings that are inconsistent with our mission, vision, and values. We will decline postings that involve students selling goods or services on campus as this violates our university policy. We may decline excessive or duplicate postings from a single employer. This job board is simply a posting service. University of Northwestern does not guarantee that any position listed here will receive responses from applicants. In addition, we do not screen prospective applicants nor do we guarantee that all applicants are affiliated with University of Northwestern or qualified for employment.