Employers: Register for FREE. Employers registering for NPC Career Fairs who are new to NPC's CareerLink employer management system will be asked to create a profile. Once you have submitted your profile, you will receive an email granting access to the system, and you can then complete your Job Fair registration. For additional information, visit our Job Fairs page.
We provide assistance to employers offering positions to NPC students. Employers are invited to schedule recruiting sessions throughout the year. For information, please contact Mary Kay Wurm, Director of Career Services and Service Learning.
NPC CareerLink gives students, graduates, the community, and employers an opportunity to connect. Please note that National Park College Career Services is a FREE resource for employers. The first step is to register as an EMPLOYER to create a free NPC CareerLink account. As a registered user, you can post jobs through NPC Career Services. For more information, visit our CareerLink page, contact email@example.com or call 501-760-4243 or 501-760-4246.
DISCLAIMER: The employment listings in NPC CareerLink do not constitute an endorsement of any employers or persons using CareerLink. Employers and job seekers are responsible for making their own inquiries relating to all listings.
Great Lakes Higher Education Guaranty Corporation has provided funding for paid internships specifically for students with financial need.
The purpose of the grant is to provide meaningful work experience for students that is related to their academic programs and career goals.
Internships provide valuable, real-world, hands-on experience to students. Employers benefit by evaluating students for potential full-time employment; those with applied knowledge and skills set themselves apart.
Career Ready Internship Employer FAQ
Employers interested in hosting a Career Ready intern should complete the Career Ready Internship Employer Application and return it to Career Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Service Learning combines meaningful community service with classroom instruction and reflection to enrich the learning experience. Service Learning is a curricular experience and may include indirect (planning) and direct service hours working directly with a community partner. Service Learning is reciprocal in that both the community partner and the student volunteer benefit. Students develop practical skills, discover their passion, and learn the importance of civic responsibility. For additional information, visit our Internships & Service Learning page.