Quinnipiac iQ Career and Experiential Learning Lab
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Information for

Hiring Students and Grads as Interns and Employees

At Quinnipiac, we equip students with what the modern job market requires: a diverse skillset, global perspective, social intelligence and a collaborative mindset. It’s no secret why job fairs and other events bring eager representatives from hundreds of companies to Quinnipiac each year — our graduates have the skills and ambition that employers demand.

Your future workforce can be found right here

Our career development professionals provide employers with a highly customized recruiting experience, enabling them to target candidates in specific academic programs or schools. Thanks to this personalized approach, Quinnipiac graduates have become one of the most sought-after pools of talented individuals and future leaders for employers. If you are interested in hiring our students, we will work with you to build a customized program to meet your hiring needs.

We can assist you with:

  • Posting full-time job opportunities and internships

  • Participating in our career fairs

  • Arranging dates to interview students on campus

  • Obtaining student resumes for specific positions

  • Developing an internship program

  • Arranging site visits for student groups

Attend the Spring 2024 Career Fair

At the university-wide career fair, students can connect with prospective employers and learn more about internships, part-time opportunities, summer placements and entry-level job postings. Meet with students from the College of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, School of Communication and School of Computing and Engineering.

Register to Attend

Wednesday, February 28
1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Recreation and Wellness Center

Employer registration includes one 8’ table, 2 chairs, attendance for up to 3 representatives, company information in the contact booklet, light snacks and beverages. Please register by February 19 to guarantee a spot and be counted in our contact brochure. Students must activate their Handshake account to register. 

Employer Registration

Student Registration (Handshake)

Post Open Roles on Handshake

Quinnipiac is now partnering with Handshake to help students discover new career paths and find amazing internships and jobs.

Join Handshake as an employer

Post a job or internship on Handshake

Funding for Handshake is generously provided by Travelers

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Contact us

Our Handshake administrator is available for questions or troubleshooting issues.

Email handshake@qu.edu

School Career Development Contacts

College of Arts and Sciences

Rick DelVecchio    
Director for Career Development

Sally Anastos
Experiential Learning Coordinator

School of Communications

Lila Carney
Director of Career Development

Amanda Kehoe
Assistant Director of Career Development

School of Computing and Engineering

John Bau    
Director of Career Development

School of Education

Anna Brady
Associate Dean of Education


School of Business

Jill Koehler
Associate Dean for Career Development

Dave Bouton
Assistant Director for Career Development

School of Law

Joey-Lynn Darius
Assistant Director of Career Development

Shelley Sadin
Associate Dean of Career Development

School of Health Sciences

Cynthia Christie
Assistant Dean for Career Development

School of Nursing

Bridget Rich
Assistant Dean of Clinical Education