JobLink is the CCPD’s online recruiting and job posting system. Activate your JobLink account annually! All opportunities received by the CCPD are posted in JobLink for summer, co-op and full-time job seekers. Check out this article: Playing Fair: Your Rights and Responsibilities as a Job Seeker
Through JobLink you can participate in on-campus interviews; view and apply for open jobs; and post your resume in JobLink to be included in the CCPD’s online Resume Books.
Get your career off to a great start, and be sure to read the CCPD’s Policies and On-Campus Recruiting Policies before you begin your job search!
Rensselaer’s Co-op program offers a way to apply classroom experience in a business setting. Students on a co-op work full time for an employer recognized by the Co-op program as able to provide the student with a work experience that will reinforce career objectives.
The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) and General Electric welcome first year students to start their Rensselaer career with a series of programs called Freshman Career Compass to make your first year here a successful one.
The Center for Career and Professional Development (CCPD) is pleased to invite you to become a member of our national award winning Sophomore Career Experience (SCE).
This program is designed to cultivate the career development knowledge and skills of Sophomores, providing you with a competitive employment advantage as you move into your junior year.
The Summer Arch is a unique approach for student development and growth that prepares students to meet the multifaceted challenges of the 21st century. The Summer Arch will augment academic and experiential programs, and provide an even more robust-and transformative-educational experience for undergraduate students.
The Summer Arch is a restructuring of the Rensselaer academic calendar. It creates additional opportunities for experiential learning that complement curricular and co-curricular offerings at Rensselaer.
Rising juniors will attend a full summer semester, the Summer Arch, between their sophomore and junior years, followed by an "away" semester taken during either the fall or spring of the student’s junior year.
This will allow students to take advantage of the numerous experiential learning activities available off campus, including international travel, internships, co-ops, research opportunities, and engagement in community service projects.