St. Bonaventure University

CPRC Services for Employers

The CPRC is committed to providing students the opportunity to explore and acquire professional vocational experiences. Essential to that commitment is the development of successful and enduring partnerships with employers.

Job & internship postings

Handshake LogoHandshake is the CPRC’s new online career management system for current students and alumni to view opportunities. If you would like to share your opportunities with St. Bonaventure students, please use our Handshake Employer Guide to get started.  If you already have an account, click on the logo above to sign in. 

Thank you for posting your opportunities for St. Bonaventure students and alumni.

On-campus recruiting opportunities

Come to campus and interview students in person. Give us a deadline and we’ll collect résumés ahead of time so you can select the students you want to see. We’ll then contact them and set up an interview schedule for your day.

Or, let us know what day you’ll be on campus and we’ll promote your visit so students can sign up for time slots (first-come, first-served) to meet with you.  

  • Resume Referral: Do you have job/internship opportunities but can’t make it to campus to interview? Let our staff promote your positions, set deadlines, collect and forward résumés to you. Select candidates you wish to interview at your organization.
  • Company Information Sessions: Meet with students on campus and inform them firsthand about your organization and available career opportunities. This can be a formal presentation with reception time afterwards, or a day-long, drop-in session. Come back later for on-campus recruiting or collect résumés at that time.

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The Career and Professional Readiness Center (CPRC) is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and adheres to the NACE Principles for Professional Practice for Career Services & Employment Professionals.

The CPRC follows NACE Competencies for a Career-Ready Workforce and Handshake Job Posting Request Policies. The CPRC aims to ensure that only relevant, legitimate, and appropriate job opportunities are shared with the university community, aligning with the institution's values and mission. If a student reports a negative experience, the CPRC will take proactive measures including but not limited to declining future job opportunities. Lastly, the CPRC reserves the right to approve or deny requests to post job vacancies on its career platforms, including Handshake, at its discretion.