For information on registering your internship for credit, click here.
We are eager to help you fulfill your talent needs and meet your professional goals for all types of opportunities including internships, entry-level, and advanced positions. In-person, on-campus recruiter tables will be available based on CDC and Aquinas College guidelines. These tables are typically held in the Wege Student Center and include a $15 fee, which covers your reservation and all-you-can-eat buffet in our cafeteria. Please share your logo and fill out this form, so a member of our Career Services team can contact you.
We’re happy to promote upcoming virtual employer visits across our social media, too.
Non-Degree Position Posts
Looking for dog sitters, childcare, or other non-degree positions? Please fill out this form, so a member of our Advantage Center team can review and post your request on our Students page, which is updated weekly.
Aquinas College almost exclusively posts jobs and internships using Handshake, a free portal that allows employers to reach several partner schools simultaneously with just one post. Got questions? We’re here to help, 616-632-2126 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employers from our backyard and all over the world trust Aquinas College. That’s why, since 1972, our internship program has continued to gain respect and recognition.
Internships are mutually beneficial for employers and students. Aquinas students complete internships for credit or certificate. Students completing an internship for credit register for the Internship Course and develop their vocational and professional paths through reflective writing and meaningful “real-world” assignments. Students and their mentor meet with the internship director for an onsite evaluation, to ensure students are meeting their learning goals.
Join our LinkedIn Group (Alumni College) to connect to our current students, alumni, faculty, and staff. Consider recruiting on campus, conducting mock interviews, presenting to a career development course, or speaking to a student organization on campus.
Nothing inspires like a good success story––and our students have plenty of them! Six months post-graduation, the Career Services Office surveys AQ graduates and compiles their success stories. Get inspired by our First Destination Survey.
Meet one of our Aquinas College alumni, Manuel Lopez!
About the Alum
Manuel graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology – Exercise Science with a Business Administration Minor. Manuel was a member of the varsity soccer team as well …
Meet one of our Aquinas College alumni, Kathryn Steel!
About the Alum
Kathryn was a Business Communications with a concentration in Marketing. She was extremely involved in student activities serving as a vocationer, global ambassador, orientation leader, and member of …
Meet one of our Aquinas College alumni, Elizabeth Calcaterra!
About the Alum
Elizabeth graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Community Leadership, Spanish Language and Culture, and Developmental Psychology. Elizabeth was a member of the Insignis Honors Program and is …
Twenty Aquinas students along with AQ Advantage Center facilitators Dana Hebreard, Brigid Avery and Linda Keway as well as Father Bob embarked on a cultural learning trip to Northern Michigan October 21-24th. They visited the homeland of the Little Traverse …
I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say that email is the lynchpin of modern business. It’s one of our primary modes of communication and, in many roles, is largely what the phrase “excellent written communications skills” is referring to …