Thank you in advance for your interest in hiring a Penn State Greater Allegheny current student or grad for your internship and/or full-time position. Our staff here at Career Services know that you understand the value of a Penn State Education and we are excited about the prospect of connecting you with your newest employee.
For additional strategies to connect with and/or recruit Penn State students, please visit Employer Resources.
Online Job and Internship Postings
Nittany Lion Careers: Employers can register with the Nittany Lion Careers to post employment, internship, and/or co-op opportunities, and search for Penn State students and alumni online. This service is free to employers and features a searchable database of student resumes.
Internship openings can be posted on Nittany Lion Careers.
Getting Involved and Connecting with Our Students
Employers are a valuable and informative resource for our students. We offer several ways for your organization to get involved and connect with students. Please contact us to learn more about the following activities:
- Classroom Presentations: Faculty members welcome professionals into classrooms to talk about their experiences.
- Student Club Presentations: Visit an on-campus meeting of a student organization to discuss career-related topics.
- Panels and Workshops: Participate in speaker panels and workshops to educate students about your career field.
- Job Shadowing: Help students gain valuable insight by hosting them at your place of employment.
- Mentoring: Offer a student your guidance and expertise about your career field.
Policies and Guidelines
Penn State Career Services maintains the following policies in congruence with National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals.
Job Posting/Company Verification Disclaimer
Read the full disclaimer, which describes the shared responsibility among Penn State Career Services (including University Park and Commonwealth Campus career offices) and internship/job seekers in researching and identifying potential concerns about the legitimacy of employers and their respective postings.