We are committed to assisting employers with their staffing needs. Whether you are looking for interns or seeking to fill temporary, part-time or full-time positions, we look forward to connecting you with talented, qualified to students and alumni.
Post Your Opportunities
Post listings for internships and part-time and full-time positions free of charge in our job bank, MyCareerKey. This database is used regularly by our students and alumni.
Once you register for MyCareerKey, you will receive invitations to our career fairs. You may register through the site as well, using our quick registration form, and you may pay via credit card through the site as well!
Employer Spotlight Series
This new program allows employers to conduct an information session with students, giving you the opportunity to build your brand and to convey information about current and future opportunities with your organization. We are happy to collect résumés for you following the event if you like.
Featured Employer in our Newsletter
Every few weeks, we issue e-newsletters to thousands of students and alumni based on major. We select current internship and job openings to be featured, and we also feature an employer who posts regularly with us!
We will collect and screen résumés of qualified students to fill your openings. Contact Stephanie Steinberg, assistant dean, career services and senior year advisement, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 718-488-3311.
Meet students who have been pre-screened for your positions. We will arrange interviews in our conference room.
Cooperative Education Program
Our Cooperative Education Program provides you with an excellent source of motivated, pre-trained and focused students to assist you on a short- or long-term basis or with special projects.
The program integrates academic study with career-related professional work experience, enabling undergraduate students to work in a field related to their career interests while in school. Cooperative education students learn about the world of work and workplace etiquette by taking our Coop 1: Career Readiness course. All students also work one-on-one with a career counselor during their coop experience and throughout their academic career at LIU Brooklyn.
Our program is ongoing, so students may begin their work placement anytime during the year, depending on employers’ needs. Students may continue their work beyond the initial assignment, if requested by the employer. If the student is not available, we will find another candidate for you. If you have an opportunity you would like to list, please contact Stephanie Steinberg at email@example.com or 718-488-3311.