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Partnering with Career Development: A chance to connect and give back


Connecting with the Career Development Office (CDO) can add value to any type of organization. Here are a few opportunities that may help you. 

Post a Job or Internship

Employment and internship opportunities can be listed in Quest, the CDO’s web-based job posting system. Employers can request a free Quest account to post a position or email and we will list them for you.

Recruit On-Campus

Hold interviews for jobs or internships at the CDO’s quiet, private facilities. We can publicize your opportunity, collect resumes, and coordinate interview schedules with candidates. 

CDO Spotlight 

Gain exposure for your organization while providing a valuable service to students by participating in the CDO Spotlight program. Spotlights can be about an organization and its opportunities, or about a career topic such as interviewing or the hiring process in the speaker’s industry. The CDO provides refreshments, markets the event to targeted students, and places an ad in The Leader.

Job and Internship Expo

The CDO hosts an annual Job & Internship Expo every spring. Next year’s will be held on March 10, 2015, from 1 to 4 p.m. If you would like to be added to the invitation mailing list, simply contact the CDO at


Students need every competitive edge that they can get in today’s job market. The Employer-In-Residence program brings recruitment professionals from a variety of industries to campus for a morning or afternoon of one-on-one résumé, cover letter, job search or interviewing consultations. 

Become a Mentor

Join the Fredonia Career Connection and make a difference in the life of a
student. This mentoring program is a network of professionals which helps current students and graduates who are exploring career decisions, internship and employment opportunities, graduate school options and relocation issues.
Mentors include Fredonia alumni and friends of the university (employers,
parents, faculty and staff) who work in a variety of areas and are willing to
share their expertise and advice. 


If you are interested in any of these opportunities or would like further
information, contact the Career Development Office at (716) 673-3327 or You can also visit or post
positions by creating an employer account in Quest.

As a Fredonia graduate who knows what it takes to succeed on campus and beyond, you have many valuable insights to offer our current students. Please, take the time to connect with us. You’ll not only benefit from the pool of talented interns and potential employees Fredonia can offer you, but you’ll feel great knowing that you’ve stayed connected with your alma mater, and you’re making a positive difference for the next generation of Fredonians.

posted @ Tuesday, September 02, 2014 4:36 PM by Nick Gunner

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