Employers

Our students work with hundreds of businesses in the Sonoma, Lake, Napa, and Marin counties to grow their job skills while being in our Community Engagement,  Work Experience and Internship courses.  

 

Need Employees?

If you are an employer looking to hire a new employee, consider SRJC students and alumni.
See the different ways below that you can connect with SRJC.

 

EMPLOYER ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM

JOB BOARD

The SRJC online Job Board is a free service for employers to post career-related jobs, internships, part-time, volunteer positions and on-campus employment.

Employers Button

 http://www.collegecentral.com/santarosa/

Learn more about signing up on the Job Board

EVENTS

Participate in one of SRJC's Employer Engagement Events.  Select the link for more information and to register online.

PUBLIC SECTOR, EDUCATION, & NON-PROFIT JOB FAIR

LOCATION: Job Link (2227 Capricorn Way, Suite 100 in Santa Rosa)

Thursday, September 12, 2019
11:00am – 2:00pm

Retail Job Fair - Register TODAY - SPOTS ARE LIMITED

Thursday, October 24, 2019

11:00am - 2:00pm

Bertolini Student Activity Center

 

On-Campus Recruiting
"Employer Meet Up"

 

Create brand awareness and recruit SRJC talent.  Meet students on campus at one of our Employer Meet-Ups!
Learn more about the On-Campus Recruiting Policy

Create brand awareness and recruit SRJC talent.  Meet students on campus at one of our Employer Meet-Ups!  We provide table, 2 chairs, and canopy for outside events. Sign-up Today!!! (limited to 5 employers each date)

 

ALL TABLING EVENTS ARE NOW FULL!

August 28 - Hospitality Meet-Up 
11:30-1:30pm - Bertolini Quad

 

September 11 – Healthcare Meet-Up
11:30-1:30pm - Race Building Quad

 

October 9 – General Meet-Up
11:30-1:30pm  - Inside Bertolini Hallway- Santa Rosa Campus

 

November 6 – General Meet-Up
11:30-1:30pm  - Inside Bertolini Hallway- Santa Rosa Campus

 

December 11 – General-Up
11:30-1:30pm  - Inside Bertolini Hallway- Santa Rosa Campus

 

JOB DEVELOPERS

Contact us for all your Business and Industry needs.

Ann Mansfield  
amansfield2@santarosa.edu

Kim Kinahan 
kkinahan@santarosa.edu

 

 

Internships

  • Consider creating a semester long or year-long internship for students in various occupational programs.  Many employers ‘grow their own’ employees by offering internships first. 
  • Post a position on the job board as an Internship, Lauralyn will forward to faculty in discipline
  • Contact Lauralyn Larsen, Internship Coordinator at: llarsen@santarosa.edu

Application of the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) to Internships Checklist: FLSA Form

 

Additional Information

Getting started is easy:

Students may develop their own internship and enroll to earn units, or they may seek placement assistance from the Work Experience intern coordinator. Through an extensive network of employers ranging from major corporations to government, private sector, and nonprofit agencies, intern students are referred to employers offering part-time jobs or internships, both paid and unpaid, in their chosen field.

Students are often prescreened and referred to employers for interviews. Selected students are required to enroll in one to eight units of Work Experience. An instructor is assigned to visit the student on the job, review the student's goals and objectives, and serve as a resource throughout the semester.