Our operations will be remote starting on March 23 until further notice. Please refer to FSU's COVID-19 information for the most updated information: https://www.framingham.edu/about-fsu/news-and-events/covid-19-updates-resources-and-information.html 

Employer partners should consider holding virtual career fairs and list your events and opportunities on our Handshake system: https://www.framingham.edu/the-fsu-difference/career-services/Handshake/

Career Services Office 2019 EMPLOYER DASHBOARD

The Career Services and Employer Relations Office offers employers a variety of services to recruit and hire interns, as well as entry-level and experienced professionals. We take pride in the strong partnerships that have been developed with employers from all industries and offer a variety of programs each year to support your recruiting needs. Our office adheres to the NACE Principles for Professional Practices and expect our employers to adhere to the guidelines set forth by NACE, the U.S. Department of Labor, and Framingham State University guidelines, check here for more information regarding requirements. All academic internships must be approved and coordinated through the student’s academic department. 

Please review FSU Internship Policy here

Please review our Employer Partners Sponsorship Levels here

Post employment opportunities online

On behalf of the Framingham State University Career Services and Employer Relations, we are excited to announce the launch of HANDSHAKE, a modern platform for college recruiting. Handshake has replaced Ramtrack as FSU’s job search board. For more information please click here https://www.framingham.edu/the-fsu-difference/career-services/Handshake/index.html.

Employer Internship Manual

Benefits of an Internship Program - please download the entire manual here. Consider some of the ways in which a thriving internship program will immediately positively impact your organization:

1) Year-round source of highly motivated pre-professions who can be evaluated and trained for possible future employment. 2) Increase employee-retention rate. 3) Interns may offer fresh ideas and new perspectives. 4) Mentoring an intern provides your staff members the opportunity to develop supervisory skills. 5) Give back to the community. 6) Improve the public perception of your organization. 7) Enhance company or product recognition among the public.

Attend on-campus events - All on-campus events are cancelled for spring 2020.

If you are looking to recruit or network with our students, or simply increase your organization's visibility on Framingham State University's campus, participate in one of targeted events. Click here for our Events page

Employer Showcase Series - Weekly Recruiting Events All events are cancelled for spring 2020.

Every Wednesday we host an Employer Showcase from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the lobby of the McCarthy Center (student center) for up to six employers who are recruiting for full time job and/or internship opportunities. The shifts are: 9:00 – 11:45 a.m., noon - 2:45 p.m., and 3 - 5:45 p.m. This is a great way to informally network with students who are interested in your company. Prior to your showcase please post your openings on Handshake and forward descriptions of the jobs/internships you will be recruiting for and we will include that in our marketing efforts for your showcase. Please look at the dates on the employer showcase page to see what openings we have, and then fill out the online reservation form to request a date. Do to the volume of requests, you will be required to share the table with another company. You will have 1/2 of an 8' table and 2 chairs. We will contact you to confirm your showcase date.
*There are a few dates in the semester when the Employer Showcase will be held on a Tuesday instead of a Wednesday.
**Your date is not confirmed until you receive an email from one of our staff members.