Career Services for Employers
Thomas Nelson students offer employers a great match. Free job postings, access to campus presentation and interview rooms, college and major-specific careers fairs, and great partnerships with the Virginia Employment Commission and the Peninsula Worklink, are just a few services we offer employers; all to showcase our talented students, alumni and community.
Jobs, Leads and Prospects Postings
Post available volunteer, internship, part-time prospective/future entry-level, and full-time positions available to the Thomas Nelson community here. Post your jobs here.
Introduce students to your industry, organization, and possibly recent Thomas Nelson graduates who are succeeding within your organization. Group information sessions are a great way to educate students about job and internship requirements within your company. Other possibilities include informal information tables on campus, and our Talent Tuesday and Workforce Wednesday campus networking events.
Conduct interviews for available positions and internships at any of our campus locations
Contact Career Services to help facilitate a pre-screening questionnaire. We’ll ask the questions and provide you with the results and the resumes of students actively seeking work
Career & Job Fairs
Connect with highly qualified and well-prepared students, alumni and community members at multiple fairs throughout the year. To register for future fairs contact Career Services.
Offer your advice directly to students during one of our weekly workshops. We invite you to be a guest presenter for a range of topics including skill searching, resume writing, interviewing, networking, or your area expertise.
Thomas Nelson offers tuition assistance to students who volunteer with non-profit organizations. Contact Student Activities to join our approved list of community vendors. This can be another good way to enhance your brand and to identify students interested in your line of work and your organization.
Thomas Nelson students can explore various career fields through informational interviews with alumni volunteers. Through sharing your professional experience, you can offer valuable advice that will help students compete in today’s job-market. We work directly with professors to bring students into career services to take part in webinars with successful alumni.
Career Ambassadors are students eager to share their knowledge and expertise with other students. Each ambassador represents a specific field of study at Thomas Nelson. Their responsibilities may include presenting to clubs and organizations, facilitating workshops, representing Thomas Nelson at career fairs, working one-on-one with students on our computers, and providing outreach through technology (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn).
The goal of this program is to expose different organizations to our students while introducing your organization to potential interns. We also give you the opportunity to potentially network with faculty and staff. Our hope is to show students opportunities available in particular career fields. The externship program is open to all Thomas Nelson students regardless of major or classification.
Advertise in our Career Guide
One of our most popular resources, the Career Guide is a monthly newsletter distributed electronically to students and faculty. It is filled with counseling, calendars, and careers. It is an excellent way for you to connect with our 16,000 students as well as alumni while promoting your organization as an employer of choice.
For more information on services provided by Career Services call 757-865-5880.