The Career Center offers a range of resources for employers seeking to recruit Emmanuel students.

Hire a Saint - Available Resources

HireSaints is Emmanuel College's career management system for students and recruiting database for employer partners. By registering and creating an employer account, employers can post full- and part-time employment opportunities, internships, fellowships, volunteer experiences and on-campus employment opportunities, as well as track applicants and learn about upcoming career programming and events, all free of charge.

Create your HireSaints profile and post available positions today. To create your profile and post positions, please visit:

Working with the Career Center, employers can find many ways to connect with students seeking employment and internship opportunities:

  • Internship and Career Fairs - By taking part in an internship or career fair, companies can increase their visibility and meet with a broad range of qualified students.
  • Employer Recruiter Series - Visit campus and share information about their organization, available opportunities, company culture and hiring timelines. The Career Center can provide assistance with advertising and promote the visit to students.
  • On-Campus Interviewing - Conduct one-on-one or group interviews with prospective candidates. The Career Center will assist you in scheduling and reserving space to meet your recruiting needs.
  • Employer Panels - Take part on an employee panel to offer insight into your industry and share information about your organization, as well as your own professional journey. Employer panels are often paired with informal networking before or after the event.
  • Career Center Course Volunteer - Volunteer to review resumes, facilitate mock interviews or present in class. Connect with first-year students and increase awareness about your organization early in our students' careers.

All student employment opportunities are required to be posted in HireSaints.

  1. Visit and select 'Employer' then 'Sign Up and Post Job' or 'Sign in.'
  2. Create a new account or sign in if you have posted positions in the past
  3. Create job posting
  4. The position type for all on-campus opportunities should be 'Part-time: On-Campus - FWS & NonFWS'
  5. Complete all required fields and select 'Accumulate Applications in HireSaints'
  6. Adjust the 'End Date' when you have a sufficient number of applicants, we encourage you to post your position for at least 10 business days. First-year students gain access to HireSaints in early July.
  7. Once you have completed the search process select 'Hired' or 'Not Hired' on the Student Resumes Tab to let Human Resources know who you have hired.
  8. If the student is new to working on campus direct them to complete New Hire Paperwork with Human Resources.

Contact our office by phone (617) 735-9930 or email at

Contact our Employer Relations team directly at (617) 975-9013


Internships will generally last the duration of one term, or approximately 12-14 weeks. Some majors require students to complete a two-semester internship. On average, interns will work approximately 12-20 hours per week, depending on the requirements for their major. Students will work in collaboration with their faculty supervisor and the Career Center to determine which opportunities are the best fit for their major requirements and career aspirations.

  • The student's career interests and abilities match your organization's needs, as well as the mission and values of the College.
  • The internship location is not in a private residence and the site is a reasonable commuting distance from the Fenway neighborhood of Boston.
  • The organization's needs and student's required departmental hours are compatible.
  • The student is assigned a direct supervisor who meets regularly with the student.
  • There is orientation and training for the new intern.
  • The onsite supervisor will be a professional role model and will actively work to develop the student as a young professional.
  • There are opportunities for the intern to participate in organizational activities beyond administrative work, such as meetings, special events, etc.

The following six criteria must be applied when making this determination:

  • The internship, even though it includes actual operation of the facilities of the employer, is similar to training which would be given in an educational environment;
  • The internship experience is for the benefit of the intern;
  • The intern does not displace regular employees, but works under close supervision of existing staff;
  • The employer that provides the training derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the intern; and on occasion its operations may actually be impeded;
  • The intern is not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the internship; and
  • The employer and the intern understand that the intern is not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship.


For additional information regarding Emmanuel College's internship program, please contact the Career Center at 617-735-9930.

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