PVCC provides a number of services to help area employers recruit qualified staff from among PVCC's many talented students. If you have questions about any of the services summarized below, contact PVCC's Career Services Manager.
SDV Class Speaker – You would be invited to speak to a student development (SDV) class about your areas of expertise, your company, and the industry in which you work. Your name will be placed on a guest list based upon the career cluster (metamajor) you represent. Students in these classes have already expressed an interest in the career field. The SDV instructor will contact you to coordinate arrangements for your presentation. The purpose is to introduce students to careers with industry-specific experts within a classroom setting.
Career Information Speaker – You would be invited to speak to students who may or may not be interested in an industry-specific career field. You may be asked to speak alone or on a panel. These information sessions are usually scheduled on Mondays and Wednesdays at lunch time. The career services manager will coordinate these events. The purpose is to help students learn about a particular industry or career field.
If you are interested in being a speaker, please click on the Guest Speaker Form button below and fill out a brief profile form.
Job and Internship Postings
Use JobNet, a FREE online recruiting service for employers, to post your job and internship opportunities. Students have 24/7 access to the information on JobNet. Another way to advertise job opportunities at PVCC is through the job board, located in the Main Building outside of Room M132. This space includes announcements about PVCC job fairs and local and regional recruiting events. Employers wanting to post information on the job board should email detailed information to the Career Services Manager.
Employers are always welcome to recruit on-campus. To arrange on-campus visits, contact PVCC's Career Services Manager.
Employers benefit from a pool of skilled applicants, lower recruitment costs and a structured career development program. Through PVCC's Internship Program, students integrate classroom study with related work experience in business, industry, government, nonprofits or professional associations.