The Career Center is committed to bringing employers and students together. We welcome the opportunity to partner in your search for exceptional candidates to meet your staffing needs. We have a variety of services and events available for your participation and to assist you with your internship, long-term, and short-term hiring needs.

Free services to help with your recruiting needs

Warrior Jobs

Warrior Jobs is Indiana Tech’s posting site for part and full-time jobs and internships available to students and alumni.

On-campus interviewing

Schedules can be open (any student who meets the criteria is allowed to interview), or employers can pre-select candidates after reviewing résumés. The Career Center staff can assist in the following ways:

  • Providing interview or conference rooms
  • Creating and emailing a flyer to students and alumni informing them of the day/time of interviews
  • Collecting résumés

Employer information sessions

Many organizations find it beneficial to hold an on-campus information session. This is a presentation given by an employer to provide students with details about a company and various career paths and benefits offered. The Career Center suggests you select your event date at least three weeks prior to your on-campus interview schedule. This will allow you to network with and get to know students before conducting actual interviews.

Job shadowing

Through the Career Center’s job shadowing program, employers work with current Indiana Tech students to share valuable knowledge, experiences, and day-to-day tasks. Students get to experience “a day in the life” in their chosen profession by visiting select companies.

Partnering with the Career Center

The Career Center has several partnership and sponsorship opportunities available to foster student career development. Your support enables us to expand and enhance our many important programs and services. Contact us at careercenter@indianatech.edu for more information.


Unpaid internships’ position statement

The Career Center, as a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), has always encouraged for-profit and non-profit employers to follow the Fair Labor Standards Act. Employers hosting Indiana Tech students participating in unpaid internships must follow the Six Guidelines as noted in the Employer’s Guide to Internships. If you have questions about hosting an intern, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Evaluating student interns

If you have had an Indiana Tech student intern with your organization recently, please complete our Internship Evaluation form to let us know how the student worked within your organization.