Career Center

Post a Job or Internship

When posting your internships through CareerConnections we will automatically list your opportunity in two additional posting databases, iNet and UCAN, that reach talent from more of the nation's top colleges and universities. If you would like to post exclusively for Duke students, simply opt out of either or both networks when listing your internship.

Resources to help post a job

Obtain a CareerConnections Account

Request access to the system

Visit the following site:  
  Account approval usually takes 1-2 business days. You will receive a system generated email confirming account approval. Please check your spam box if you do not receive the approval in your inbox.

*Please note that employers only see a portion of CareerConnections when submitting a request. You will receive full access to CareerConnections after the account has been approved.

Once your account has been approved by the Career Center, you will be able to post a job.


Request an Information Session

Request an Information Session by going to the Career Events tab and New Event Request in the drop down menu. You will be required to enter at least two dates and times that you would like to hold your information session.

The requested date and time for an information session is tentative until confirmed by the Career Center.

You will receive a system generated email with further instructions once your information session date and time has been approved.


Post A Job

There are two ways to post a job

  1. Without an On-Campus Interview Schedule
  2. With an On-Campus Interview Schedule

Without an On-Campus Interview Schedule:

Go to My Jobs tab and New Job on the drop down menu. You will then be prompted to fill out a form with information regarding your opportunity.

With an On-Campus Interview Schedule

Go to My On-Campus Interview Schedules tab and select New Schedule Request on the drop down menu.
You will be required to submit two possible dates that you would like to come to campus to interview, as well as a description of the position.
The requested date and time for an on campus interview schedule  is tentative until confirmed by the Career Center.
*Please note that a job is required when you submit your interview request


Getting Started - Creating a CareerConnections Account (Video for Employers)

Post a Job without an On-Campus Interview (Video for Employers)

iNet & UCAN: Additional posting tools for internships, inside CareerConnections!

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Reach over 26,500 registered students from: Duke, Georgetown, Harvard, MIT, NYU, Northwestern, Rice, Stanford, University of Pennsylvania, University of Southern California, and Yale.  


Reach over 78,500 students from: Boston College, Brown, College of William and Mary, Duke, Emory, Harvard, Notre Dame, Oberlin, Pepperdine, Princeton, SMU, Swarthmore, Tulane, University of Chicago, University of Denver, University of Miami, University of Richmond, University of San Francisco, Vanderbilt, Wake Forest, Washington University in St. Louis, and Williams College.

US Department of Labor Information on Paid vs. Unpaid Internships


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