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As companies begin to fill their offices and adjust to hybrid-working, we know you need to keep your employment pipelines open and filled with great talent. For the 2021-22 academic year, Hamilton College is offering a suite of options to meet your company’s recruiting and hiring needs.

Guided by the motto “Know Thyself,” Hamilton College prepares students for lives of meaning, purpose, and active citizenship. Because students at Hamilton can study what they love, spanning a broad array of majors and minors within the liberal arts, they are curious and passionate learners who can think deeply and critically. But the true hallmark of a Hamilton education is a student’s ability to communicate effectively. Hamilton has a national reputation for teaching students to communicate clearly because our faculty believe writing well and speaking well are evidence of one’s ability to think well. Learn more about Hamilton and its students. 

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 ccronin@hamilton.edu.


Admission Summer Visitconduct a virtual OR campus visit

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 visit, set up a meeting room or video call, and provide a career center staff host for your information session with students.

Be a part of Hamilton’s Equity & Inclusion Career Series

Hamilton’s Career Center offers opportunities for students spanning a number of identity and affinity groups to learn more about industries where they are underrepresented. These will be sessions held in person or 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 - 40 hours of work time, helping employers with lead generation, data entry, research, or other focused assignments. Even with students planning a return to campus this fall, many will find additional time in their schedules this year to complete short-term career- related experiences remotely.


Handshake iconPOST A JOB OR Internship

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.


Throughout the fall and spring semesters, Hamilton will host career fairs using the Handshake platform. Come meet Hamilton students in small groups or 1-1 virtually. In addition, Hamilton is part of the Career and Internship Consortium which takes place annually in early January.

Recruiting Policy

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.

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.

Allison Eck '12 and a student at WGBH in Boston


Job Shadowing Program

The SnapShot job shadowing program provides Hamilton students with a “snapshot” of their workdays — virtually

Contact Information

Cheney Cronin

Assistant Director, Employer Relations
315-859-4954 ccronin@hamilton.edu
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