Employer & Recruiter Information

The Career Development Center (CDC) promotes full-time and part-time job vacancies as well as internship opportunities through DragonLink, SUNY Oneonta's online career management database.

Organizations can register individually and post opportunities for SUNY Oneonta students and alumni. Current users can sign in and new users can sign up in minutes on DragonLink. Please call (607) 436-2534 or email career@oneonta.edu with any questions.

The goal of the Federal Work Study Program is to provide eligible students with an opportunity to work, learn new skills and earn wages during the school year to assist with educational costs. Federal Work Study provides the opportunity to experience the world of work while attending college. From the employer perspective, the FWS program eliminates the cost of wages for your department; however, the cost to the employer is time, training, and providing a fulfilling experience to each student participating in the program.

To discuss participation in the program, please reach out to us via email at career@oneonta.edu or call 607-436-2534.

The CDC welcomes organizations and graduate schools to recruit on-campus during the academic year. We can arrange a time and location for information tables or sessions.

For more information regarding on-campus recruitment options, please call (607) 436-2534 or email career@oneonta.edu and indicate which type of experience you wish to recruit students (i.e.: part-time, full-time, internships, or graduate school).

Click the Upcoming Events key link to learn more about and to register to attend events hosted by the SUNY Oneonta Career Development Center. We look forward to seeing you soon at an event!

Contact

Career Development Center
110 Netzer Admin. Building
SUNY Oneonta
Oneonta, NY 13820
(607) 436-2534
career@oneonta.edu

Office Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00am - 4:30pm

The CDC provides services to SUNY Oneonta students who are currently taking classes and alumni who have completed a degree.

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