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A Norwich graduate brings a new meaning to Integrity, Honor and Respect. Our innovative students strive to find meaningful positions where they can make an impact in your organization and our communities. We have a variety of ways employers can connect with students to create mutually beneficial relationships.

According to our 2021 First Destination Survey, 74% of our new grads were either entering the military, the workforce or graduate school within 9 months post-graduation.

Hire Norwich First

Collaboration is key! If you are interested in becoming a partner with the CIC we would love to talk with you!

Connecting in Classrooms

Establish your brand on-campus by getting involved in the classroom. Visits or participation in the classroom are great ways to share your opportunities and discover potential interns and employees. Please fill out our Employer Partnership Form if your organization is interested in exploring ways to collaborate with academics.

Post a Job or Internship

The primary way to get your opportunities in front of students is by posting them on Handshake. Handshake is the premier career network for college students and used by more than 1400+ colleges and institutions. The CIC has partnered with Handshake to create a more robust job and internship search experience for our constituents. Register now as an employer on Handshake to find your next employee!

Sponsor an Event

If you would like to sponsor one of our career fairs or another event we would love to speak with you! Contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

On-Campus Recruiting

Connect with students through our on campus recruiting initiatives. Please reach out to our team to customize your on campus experience! Here are some examples:

  • Campus branding opportunities vs. market your brand
  • Mock interview or resume feedback sessions
  • On-campus interviewing
  • Information sessions
  • Career Fairs
  • Connect with an academic department for classroom collaboration

Host a Tour of Your Facilities

Site visits provide students an opportunity to learn about various careers within your organization, uncover possible internship opportunities, learn about work environments, and expand their networks. If you’d like to host a site visit, please fill out our Employer Partnership Form to get started.

Become CareerLab Internship Site in Washington D.C. or Boston MA

If you’re an employer located within 50-mile radius of Washington DC or Boston, we’d like to connect you with students participating in the NU CareerLab study away program. What is CareerLab? Offered Fall and Spring semesters, this unique domestic study away program offers mature career-minded students an opportunity to live, study, and work in these bustling urban areas, much like a working professional. Because it’s an NU program, the housing in these cities is covered by students’ regular NU room and board fees—it’s “cost neutral.” All participating students are expected to complete a 6-credit internship course under the supervisor of a Norwich professor and work a 20 hours per week internship during the 15-week semester. Students round out their full-time course work online through synchronous undergraduate classes, or through asynchronous graduate (CGCS) classes. If you’d like to host a student intern at your Washington DC or Boston organization, contact Jim Graves, Associate Director of Academic Internships at jgraves1@norwich.edu, or call (802) 485-2269.

Host a Micro-Internship

We've partnered with Parker Dewey, an on-demand project support platform to help your organization thrive and grow. Parker Dewey offers the largest network of highly motivated college students and recent graduates who are excited to complete short-term, paid, professional assignments. While executing these Micro-Internships, Career Launchers demonstrate their skills and grit, and exceed expectations as they seek the right full-time role or internship.

How It Works

Our platform helps you build a better entry-level talent pipeline.

M. Holland needed entry-level project support outside of the summer months.

Because of Parker Dewey's expansive network, M. Holland's projects were visible to students beyond the universities they recruit at.

Suzan completed the project, kept her part-time job, and learned more about the culture at M. Holland instead of missing out due to other obligations.

M. Holland saw first-hand that Suzan has the skills to thrive and hired her full-time with no additional fees.

Not only do professionals get immediate support, Micro-Internships also help companies identify and evaluate prospective job candidates for internships or full-time needs when they arise. As a result, organizations improve hiring effectiveness, enhance diversity, and drive retention. It takes under five minutes to get started, there are no obligations, and as a mission-driven organization, there are never any fees if you decide to hire someone for an internship or full-time role. Create an account today!

Become a Member of NACE

National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) and The Eastern Association of Colleges Employers (EACE) are the professional organizations for colleges and university career centers. EACE and NACE also offer many benefits to employers, such as online webinars, a chance to network with college career center staff, special events and annual conferences. Become a member here.

Mailing Address
Career & Internship Center
158 Harmon Drive
Northfield, VT 05663
Contact Us
Wise Campus Center, Room 232
Phone: 1 (802) 485-2125
Email: careers@norwich.edu
Office Hours
Monday – Friday
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Walk-in and by appointment

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