The DiNitto Center for Career Services (DCCS) is available to assist you with your organization’s staffing needs. Our students and alumni have a wide range of skills and experiences that would benefit any organization. We welcome the opportunity to establish partnerships with organizations and individuals interested in providing meaningful opportunities for our students and alumni. For more information, please see below, browse our employers pages, or contact us.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do I post a position with DCCS?
Employers can post jobs and internships through our online employment bulletin, Steer Your Career, by simply registering your agency. All posting are reviewed by office staff before approval. See more details about posting jobs and posting internships.
What happens after I submit a position listing to DCCS?
Your job or internship posting is listed in our employment bulletin platform, Steer Your Career. We also publicize your opportunity to students via our career services listserv, which is e-mailed weekly. Interested students contact you directly per your instructions in your posting.
How much does it cost to work with the DiNitto Center for Career Services?
All services to employers are free.
What is community sponsorship?
The DiNitto Center for Career Services seeks community sponsorship for our signature Career Services events; including our Annual Career Toolbox, Speed Interviewing, and Capstone events. Sponsors have the opportunity to showcase their services and employment opportunities to our students. See our sponsorship page for more details.
Can students receive academic credit for their internships?
Students in the School of Social Work have an intensive field experience requirement. To find out if your volunteer position qualifies for a student to receive credit please contact Field Education Director Tanya Voss at email@example.com or by phone at (512) 471-0510.
What types of organizations list jobs with your office?
We have helped nonprofit, government agencies, private clinics, public schools, and foundations access our pool of talented students and alumni.