The SnapShot job shadowing program provides Hamilton students with a “snapshot” of their workdays — virtually
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If you have any questions, or want to take advantage of one of these opportunities, please contact Cheney Cronin, assistant director of employer relations, at 315-859-4954 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We understand that you have important information you want to share with Hamilton students regarding opportunities within your company or organization. We will promote your virtual visit, set up the call, and provide a career center staff host for your Zoom information session with students.
Be a part of Hamilton’s Equity & Inclusion Career Series
In keeping with Hamilton’s commitment to equity and inclusion, we are offering opportunities for students spanning a number of identity and affinity groups to learn more about industries where they are underrepresented. These sessions, called “Picture Yourself In ...”, will be held via Zoom. If you are interested in speaking about your industry or opportunities with your organization, please contact us.
Snap internships are short-term, remote positions for specific projects or tasks and offer employers a low-investment way to uncover great long-term talent. They range from 5 to 40 hours of work time, helping employers with lead generation, data entry, research, or other focused assignments. Breaks are a perfect time for students to participate in short-term career-related experiences remotely.
POST A SNAP OPPORTUNITY
Hamilton’s recruiting platform, Handshake, is accessible to students 24/7. Once you register, you can post a description of your organization, a position description, contact information, application requirements, and deadline information.
If your company has already posted positions for internships or full-time positions in Handshake and would like to interview candidates, we can bundle resumes for you and offer times for selected candidates to be interviewed virtually.
Hamilton College’s Career Center is a member of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), and expects all employers recruiting our students to abide by NACE's Principles for Ethical Professional Practice.
- NACE’s Principles for Professional Conduct - Third Party Recruiters
- NACE’s Reasonable Offer Deadlines Guidelines
- NACE’s Position Statement on Rescinded and Deferred Employment
Please note that the Hamilton College Career Center will not work with employers who are engaged in trades or businesses that violate New York State or Federal Law, and such employers may not recruit on campus or post opportunities through the Career Center.