All recruiting options are free (except career fairs).
2020 - 2021 dates to consider:
- Tuesday, August 24: Classes Begin
- November 24: Last day of classes
- November 25-29: Thanksgiving Recess
- November 30 - December 4: Final examinations
- Tuesday, January 19: Classes Begin
- February 12-14: Family Weekend
- March 15-19: Spring Recess
- Friday, March 26: César Chávez Holiday Observed
- Wednesday, May 5: Last day of classes
- May 6-7: Reading Days
- May 10-14: Final examinations
- Sunday, May 16: Commencement
Virtual Recruiting Options for Fall 2020
For event ideas, click on the options below or fast track your event by making a request now!
Like many institutions, we are still conducting fairs and events, but virtually. Hire your next intern or full time hire at one of our fairs. Inquire about virtual fairs at email@example.com.
Feature as an Employer Highlight of the Week
Stand out with student beyond job or internship postings with a request to be highlighted!
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with a blurb to be featured in our newsletter or a flyer and/or image to be shared on social media: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
Host an Information Session
One way to recruit Pomona College students is through an information session. During an information session, you can present your organization, inform students about open positions or programs, and build relationships with students.
Info Sessions will be done virtually. Be sure to include the Zoom or video conferencing link in the posting. Let us know if we can record the session to be added to our CDO online video channel. For assistance, email email@example.com
Although we will not be on campus in the fall, we can arrange virtual interview schedules for you. To learn how, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Online Coffee Chats & Office Hours
Log on to Handshake. Choose “Events” from the left-navigation. Click the “Request Event” tab in the upper right corner. Complete the form and “Request Event”. Choose “virtual session”.
Coffee Chats are usually short informal one hour drop-in style Q&A’s with students.
Office Hours are usually a timeframe when students can sign up one-on-one with you to ask questions.
For more information, email email@example.com
Pomona College Internship Program (Funded Internships)
PCIP is an internship funding program that occurs every Fall & Spring and provides students with a generous stipend to pursue part-time, unpaid experiential learning opportunities with employers in a variety of industries. Students are able to secure their own opportunity or apply through Handshake to "PCIP Approved" listings.
For fall 2020, Internships funded through the Pomona College Internship Program (PCIP) are required to be remote.
Students receive funding from Pomona College for internships in 50 cities across the globe and in a variety of industries such as government/policy, education, research, art/design, and many more.
If you would like to participate in this program, send us an internship description with title to PCIP@pomona.edu and we will post the opportunity in Handshake.
Opportunities for fall 2020 must last 6 to 8 weeks up to 70 hours total.
Employers will need to post the internship during the month of August and have offers made by September 1.
Note that not all postings in a given semester receive applicants. You can try again to obtain an intern in the spring.
Post a Micro-Internship
Don’t have a formal internship program but need a student to do a quick project? Post your project on our micro-internship page.
Projects are usually short term and paid up to $1000.
Handshake is the CDOs platform for sharing jobs, Internships, events, and fairs. All available job and internship opportunity can be posted through Handshake.
We are currently offering resume books for the class of 2020. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive one.
Skill Development Series
Students would like to learn from employers and alumni. You can set up a resume & cover letter workshop specific to your field. You can also do an interview workshop to discuss topics such as case or technical interviewing. For example, you could do a live resume review workshop where student submit documents in advance. Are you a clothing brand? Perhaps you could host a “how to dress for a virtual interview” workshop.
We are open suggested topics as well!
Email email@example.com to set something up.
Social Media Takeover
Takeover our Instagram or YouTube account to do a “Live Stream” can be a fun way to engage students.
Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more!
Present a video of what it is like to work for your organization including a recorded or live tour. Discuss a “day in the life”. This could even include tips for being productive in a remote environment.
The videos can be pre-recorded messages from key executives or alumni that work with you. Variety is key in a virtual trek to differentiate this event from info sessions. Have a collection of short segments.
Include breakout sessions for networking. Have prepared questions in case students don’t have their own. To encourage questions, give students a research prep assignment.
We can control the schedule and video conferencing if you wish. It is a good idea to lock the meeting after it starts to prevent distracting. Remind students to mute sound during presentations.
We can collect resumes of registrants ahead of time. Let us know if we can record sessions to share with other students. We’d like to take screenshots for social media if possible. It’d be a good idea for you to do the same!
Email email@example.com to learn more on how you can set up a fun day with students!