Career Services

We appreciate your interest in working with Central Piedmont to recruit our students and graduates for your open positions. Discover all the ways we can partner to assist you with your recruiting efforts.

Recruit Our Students

Central Piedmont students and graduates come from 300+ degree, diploma, and certificate programs. Meet some of the best talent the greater Charlotte area has to offer. Career Services provides an excellent opportunity for you to recruit Central Piedmont students and alumni as well as community members for full-time and/or part-time, paid positions. If you have any questions, email Career Services.

Students, visit the Career Services for students and graduates page for job search resources and more.

Post Open Positions to the Handshake Student Job Board

You are welcome to post an unlimited number of job opportunities and company hiring events to the student job board. Career Services staff collaborates with faculty to promote your full-time, professional career opportunities. Creating an account in the student job board also keeps you informed about upcoming recruiting events.

Get started with the student job board

Recruitment Policies

Opportunities with the following characteristics will not be posted: (1) Require a student to make a financial investment or pay a fee prior to starting employment prior to starting employment (job, internship, or co-op) unless the company is a member in good standing of the Direct Selling Association (DSA). (2) Provide students with a financial incentive for recruiting other students. (3) Located in an employer’s private residence.

  • Student Job Board Approval Process

    To get access to post job and paid internship opportunities through the student job board, you must first be approved. Central Piedmont reserves the ability to edit, delete, or refuse any employer partner account or position posting.

    Other considerations before posting an opportunity include, but are not limited to:

    • questionable or dubious job duties
    • misrepresentation or absence of information in the submitted posting including company name, address, contact phone number (fax number or email), and type of employment opportunity
    • non-organization specific email address as a contact (e.g @yahoo or @gmail)
    • requiring, at the time of application, personal information such as bank and social security numbers
    • complaints by students, graduates, staff, or community members
    • employer partner is out of area but job duties are local
    • position which suggests or infers candidate must act as an agent of Central Piedmont in position to promote product/service
  • Employment Practices

    Central Piedmont Community College and the employer partner agree to observe and employment practices which conform to:

      Career Services strives to reflect the following values in all activities it conducts. It is expected that employer partners will also embrace and comply with these values during all phases of their recruiting process:

      • Education: Career Services and employer partners/agencies encourage students to remain enrolled and in attendance of classes through completion of the student's educational goals.
      • Honesty and Openness: Career Services requires students and employer partners to provide accurate information about employment opportunities. Students and employer partners who intentionally provide dishonest or inaccurate information are no longer eligible to participate in the services provided.
      • Fairness: Career Services requires that employer partners utilize fair hiring practices and comply with equal employment opportunity (EEO) practices in all recruiting activities.
      • Respect: Career Services encourages students, as well as employer partners, to make informed and intelligent employment decisions without undue pressure. Once a decision is made about employment, all parties are encouraged to communicate the decision within a reasonable time frame.
      • Legality: Career Services expects that employer partners will comply with federal, state and local laws and regulations related to labor and employment.
      • Integrity: Career Services expects that employer partners will not seek favorable treatment or special favors as a result of gifts, contributed services, or financial support.
      • Accountability: Career Services collects information from employer partners about their recruitment activities in order to document how Career Services activities meet the needs of students and customers.
    • Third Party Recruiting


      The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) defines third-party recruiters as follows: “Third-party recruiters are agencies, organizations, or individuals recruiting candidates for temporary, part-time, or full-time employment opportunities other than for their own needs. This includes entities that refer or recruit for profit or not for profit, and it includes agencies that collect student information to be disclosed to employers for purposes of recruitment and employment." Third-party recruiters include, but are not limited to, employment agencies, search firms, and temporary agencies.


      Third-party recruiters who are interested in posting positions on Handshake must adhere to the following:

      • Resumes collected from a job posting on Handshake will not be forwarded to another party without the student’s/applicant’s express written consent. This is to ensure transparency for students/applicants.

      • Career Services reserves the right to request verification that there is an employer with whom you are working with to fill specific job positions.

    • Advertising Internships and Cooperative Education

      Internships and co-ops are learning experiences that are meant to enhance a student’s program of study, further develop their career goals, and build professional experiences. For more information on internships and work-based learning please visit the Workplace Learning page. Consider the following before posting these kinds of opportunities:

      • Injury/accident during the internship or co-op: Central Piedmont strongly suggests that you consult your insurance carrier to determine if the existing policy would cover interns and co-op students, both paid and unpaid.
      • Define the time parameters and establishing a job description: this allows for both you and the student to have a clear understanding of expectations. For virtual internships/co-ops, you should determine how the work can be properly managed and communicate these guidelines appropriately.
      • Successful internships and co-ops have an assigned supervisor: this mentor oversees the student’s work. Students want feedback on their progress and after they complete tasks. A mentor provides guidance and can help eliminate a student’s frustration about unclear assignments or challenging tasks. Students are building upon skills learned in the classroom, and are not necessarily experts in their field.
    • Bulletin Boards

      Career Services maintains several physical bulletin boards on each Central Piedmont campus. These bulletin boards are used to advertise upcoming career events and job postings.

      • Business advertisements are not permitted on College bulletin board per the college posting policy.
      • Any flyers, posters, business cards, or other employer partner information must be approved by Central Piedmont Career Services before being posted on campus bulletin boards. All materials must contain: company name, address, contact phone number (fax number or email), and type of employment opportunity. Materials will not be posted indefinitely. Career Services reserves the right to manage these materials on our bulletin boards as we see fit. To submit material, please email Career Services.
    • Social Media

      Career Services maintains a presence on social media through LinkedIn. Our LinkedIn educates and engages Central Piedmont students, faculty, and leadership about many topics related to career development and job searching. We welcome employer partners to join us on LinkedIn.

      • Business advertisements are not permitted.
      • Central Piedmont's Career Services monitors social media outlets and reserves the right to edit or delete content deemed inappropriate.

    Other Recruitment Opportunities

    • Apprenticeships, Internships, and Work-based Learning (Workplace Learning)

      Contact Workplace Learning for information on how you can recruit Central Piedmont students for apprenticeship, internship, and work-based learning opportunities.

    • Work-It Wednesdays (Tabling)

      These are select Wednesdays throughout the school year where we host a limited number of employers for recruiting table visits. We provide a table in a high traffic area and promote your visit beforehand. This offers an excellent way for you to recruit for positions that do not require a specific skill set. Be sure to familiarize yourself with our recruitment policies listed on this page. Because of the different nature of each campus and the amount of student traffic, Work-It Wednesdays are only available to employers for one visit per campus each semester.

      Recruiting table visits are pre-determined by Career Services and scheduled with each semester in mind. Registration for Spring Semester is currently full. 

      To be added to the invitation list for future semesters, connect with our school on Handshake. Once you have done so, email Career Services to be added. Unfortunately, we cannot accommodate requests for additional dates.