Employers

We are here to help you connect with our students!

Our Students

Our students' backgrounds range from fresh out of high school to experienced adults seeking additional training or changing careers. All courses of study at Bucks are designed to prepare our students to make substantial contributions in the workplace in addition to providing students with a solid liberal arts education. Therefore, our Career Services office strives to partner with area employers.

Recruiting Policies/Guidelines

Please review the Recruiting Opportunities and Guidelines‌ before registering to post a local job on our Online Job Board.

Online Job Board

Post your full and part-time jobs and internships on the Bucks Online Job Board for free!  Read the Online Job Board Guide for Employers‌   and follow the instructions for Creating a Free Account.  

For a nominal fee you may also post your openings with multiple schools within the NACElink network by changing #3 on the instructions for Creating a Free Account on the Online Job Board Guide for Employers‌.

Additional Resources

In addition to promoting the Bucks Online Job Board to students, upon request and with proper documentation, Career Services will forward your posting to the appropriate faculty members for distribution and post it on campus bulletin boards.

Job Fairs

Career Services will host one general Job Fair in the Spring semester. In addition to the general Job Fairs, we offer targeted Job Fairs including Nursing and Non-profit Agencies. Please see our Events page or the online registration form for a list of dates and times.

Register using our online registration form.

Partner With Our Office

Career Services wants to help you recruit the best candidates, and create the best candidate pool possible. You can help us to do this by being a guest speaker at one of our events. If you are interested in being a guest speaker, please email ojb@bucks.edu or call (215) 968-8030.

Internships and Cooperative Education (Co-Op)

Internships for college credit and cooperative education opportunities should be brought to the attention of the appropriate academic department. Students typically earn college credit for internships only if enrolled in a cooperative education course with faculty approval. To learn more about cooperative education and for a list of academic majors and certificate programs feel free to browse our college catalog for course descriptions by department. Also, for training and non-credit certification programs visit our Continuing Education department website.

Career Services available:
Lower Bucks
Room 145
267-685-4800
Newtown
Ist Floor Rollins
215-968-8195
Upper Bucks
Room 107
215-258-7752
 Services are also available online at www.bucks.edu/careerservices