- Post Your Position on connectSC
- iNet Internship Consortium
- Set Up an Internship Program
- Train Your Student Employees
- Engage with USC Students
- How to Recruit USC International Students
Post Your Position on connectSC
Log in and post a job now! connectSC is the office job board for USC students and alumni. It is your one-stop-shop for all job postings (full-time, part-time, internship, fellowship, etc.).
- Free job and internship postings
- Exclusive access to job information for USC students and alumni
- Emails from the Career Center letting you know about upcoming career events
- Registration for Career Fairs, Investigate Industries & Internships (i3), and On-Campus Recruiting
- Resume Books
For connectSC questions please call 213-740-9105 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Trojans Hiring Trojans
One of the hallmarks of the Trojan Family is our commitment to helping each other. If you are a graduate of USC looking to fill a position at your organization, be sure to select yes to the “Trojans Hiring Trojans” option when you post your position on connectSC. Doing so allows current students and alumni to search and apply for positions that have been posted by fellow USC alumni.
Quick connectSC tips
- Login passwords must contain at least six total characters and meet the strength requirement
- Postings remain active for a period of 30 days
- To reactivate a posting, edit the Posting and Expiration Date
- Need help posting your position? Get step-by-step instructions
iNet Internship Consortium
The iNet Internship Network is an internship listing shared by twelve selective universities, including USC.
In addition to posting on connectSC, we encourage you to post on the iNet Internship Network. All internship listings posted by employers on iNet Internship Network are visible to students at the member schools. Postings are free and reach students across the country.
Register for iNet and post your internship positions.
An internship is a professional experience providing students exposure to career fields and job responsibilities. The Career Center has developed tips to assist employers in developing an effective internship program. Review our recommendations.
The USC Career Center has launched a series of learning modules to help students with basic professional skills, etiquette, and employer expectations. Get information on how they work and the benefits for your organization.
The best way to promote your full-time jobs or internships is to meet with students. We offer various opportunities to interact with students in one-on-one or small group settings. Learn more about these opportunities.
How to Recruit USC International Students
USC is home to over 11,000 talented and motivated international students from countries across the globe. These students bring a unique blend of education and experience to contribute to the ever-increasing importance of global competency and diversity in the workplace. For organizations that are interested in hiring international students for full-time or internship positions in the U.S., visit the Office of International Services (OIS) to learn more about the process for hiring international students during their studies and after graduation.
For information on the types of employment available to our international students, please see the links below.