Why Hire Saints?


Recruit at Emmanuel

Industry Recruitment Events

Attend an industry-specific recruitment event to engage directly with Emmanuel candidates. These events allow the opportunity for employers and candidates to connect directly in small groups and/or individual conversations.

Employer Profile and Postings

Engage with candidates online by creating a robust employer profile and posting your internships, full-time, and/or part-time opportunities on our online job board, HireSaints.

Beyond Recruitment

Are you interested in sharing your industry/career knowledge with students? There are opportunities to “be the expert” in panels, resume reviews, informational interviews, and/or classroom presentations.

Referral Program

Share an employer, contact, and/or opportunity in your network with the Employer Engagement Team to give Saints the opportunity to connect within your networks.

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Employers are encouraged to post internship and employment opportunities through our online employment and internship database, known as “HireSaints.” When you register and create a free employer account, you can post positions, track applicants and learn about upcoming events.

To create your profile and post positions, please visit www.emmanuel.edu/hiresaints

If you are new to HireSaints, book at appointment to meet our Employer Engagement Team today!

If you are currently recruiting for any specific opportunities and have created a HireSaints profile, please use the directions below to post them on our online job board, HireSaints.

Please visit: www.emmanuel.edu/hiresaints

Select: ‘Employer’

Select: ‘Sign Up and Post Job’

It would be great to chat further about your opportunities and share ways to engage with Emmanuel candidates.  Please click this link to schedule a recruitment conversation at your convenience.   

Our career advisors, faculty, students, and alumni all have access to the HireSaints job board.  Please post any part-time, full-time, internship, and/or volunteer opportunities.  Post directly on our system, HireSaints (run by Symplicity) for free also if you wish you can post to more schools connected in the CSM software “Symplicity Recruit” at a charge. 

The College recognizes that internships and experiential learning are high-impact practices and instrumental to the success of students and graduates. Real-world experiences are a standard component of the undergraduate curriculum, with 100% of students participating in an experiential learning opportunity before graduation. Students work in collaboration with their Faculty Supervisor and Career Advisor to determine the opportunities that are the best fit for their major requirements and career aspirations.

Emmanuel College defines an internship as a form of experiential learning that integrates knowledge and theory learned in the classroom with practical application and skills development in a professional setting. Internships give students the opportunity to gain valuable applied experience and make connections in professional fields they are considering for career paths.

Quality internship experiences should have a defined beginning and end, and a job description with desired qualifications.

Learning objectives and goals should be clearly defined and related to the professional goals of the student’s academic coursework. Students should be supervised and provided with routine feedback by an experienced professional with educational and/or professional background in the field.

Non-profit organizations are allowed to recruit for both paid and unpaid internships.

However, if your organization is a for-profit institution, we encourage all internship opportunities to be paid. The Department of Labor issued a test for determining whether an internship should be paid or unpaid under the Fair Labor Standards Act. Please refer to the Department of Labor’s Fair Labor Standards Act Internship Program Fact Sheet for more details.

Career Communities help students to connect their undergraduate major or graduate degree program to an industry or a purpose—rather than a singular career path.

Business & Management

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Creative Arts,
Design & Media

Education & Youth Development

Public Service, Law & International Relations

Nursing, Science
& Health

Social Sciences
& Non-Profit

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  • 4 people sitting at a table. One person is talking to the student body
  • Group of candidates sitting at a table listening to an employer.
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Contact & Location


Leslie Ferrick McCafferty Career Center
WSC 316
400 The Fenway
Boston, MA 02115


Monday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm