Find well prepared, creative and ambitious students eager to contribute their skills to the world of work. Hire one of our Bachelor's degree students in Business Administration, Ecosystem Science & Stewardship, Education, Human Services, Leadership & Management, Nursing or Sustainability. Or find a qualified associate or certificate level candidate through one of our specialty career or technical programs.
Connecting with Students at CMC
Colorado Mountain College welcomes the opportunity to work with hiring employers in their recruiting efforts. Employers can do the following:
- Conduct Virtual Career Fairs
- Contact and set up Interviews with our students
If you would like the opportunity to utilize our college to career platform called Handshake. Please start by reading the Employer Guides below for details on creating an getting started, hiring policies and how to create your account on Handshake.
This is our main avenue for sharing job opportunities with students and alumni at CMC. If you have any questions please feel free to email or call:
Handshake Guidelines and Policies
Employer - Getting Started with Handshake
Learn more about the services Handshake offers employers.
Employer Guide to Posting with Handshake
Your guide to posting jobs and internships with Handshake.
Campus Visits and Presentations
CMC has three residential campus sites and eight commuter based sites. Build brand awareness of your organization by hosting an information table, offering in-class presentations, or information sessions, and participating in workshops in partnership with Career Services. This is one of the best ways to connect with CMC students and assist them in their career development, while also creating an opportunity to increase students' understanding of what your organization has to offer. Employers may contact individual campuses directly (excluding CMC Vail Valley at Edwards) to arrange for a suitable time for an information table in a high student traffic area.
Career Fairs and Events
Due to changes in our system, we usually try to host various events throughout the year to support career exploration for students and job seeking. In many cases, the College partners intentionally with our local CO Workforce Centers when they have any job-related events. We are working to get back to the two or three times per year small-scale career or continuing education fairs at one or more campuses. However we are also looking into virtual career fairs as well. Keep checking back to see what we are doing to help support you, our employers, in their search for great new team members.
All planned events are posted on the Career Services Calendar of Events. Registration for these events occurs in Handshake, our career platform. Any employer who wishes to receive notices of future events should sign up for an account — details above!
Contact Career Services
Employers who would like to connect with CMC Career Services about partnering for student success through the avenues listed above should contact:
Assistant Dean of Advising and Career Services