Panther Career Net – Recruiters
Panther Career Net is Georgia State University’s 24/7 online job and internship board, to which employers receive free access.
Looking to connect with our students for on-campus recruiting? Learn more here.
Please visit Panther Career Net to set up your account. The process is simple, and should only take several minutes. You are just moments away from having access to thousands of work-ready college students. Good luck!
Please login below to post jobs, register for events and more!
We encourage everyone to view our employer guide.
Job vacancies are posted for Georgia State University students and recent alumni to view on Panther Career Net, an Internet job listing service. Employers may post job listings for experienced, entry-level, summer, internship or part-time position openings. Listings on Panther Career Net are viewed by Georgia State University candidates an average of more than 5,000 times per month. Moreover, posting job openings on Panther Career Net enables students and alumni to view your opportunities 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
To post a job vacancy, please view the employer guide for how to post a job.
For questions regarding job postings, please contact Ramona Simien, Associate Director, Employer Relations at 404-413-1830.
University Career Services welcomes employers to post internships and co-ops for Georgia State University students. The first step is to create a profile in Panther Career Net, and your account will allow you to post right away. Existing users log in here.
Please allow three business days for your posting to be approved. In many cases, we are able to approve it more quickly. Include clear career learning goals and supervision information in the description for the quickest turnaround.
Paid internships are viewed 3.8x more than unpaid internships! For a more robust candidate pool, consider paying an hourly wage or stipend.
In addition, review the guidelines for unpaid internships as established by the Fair Labor Standards Act.
Academic Credit for Internships
Students pursuing academic credit for their internship will work with you and their department to determine it meets all requirements. Employers interested in this process do not need to take additional action.
Consider hiring co-ops! Co-ops work full-time during rotating semesters and establish an effective talent pipeline for your company. Learn more about co-ops at Georgia State University.
For more information about recruiting interns or co-ops, contact the Cooperative Education & Internship office at email@example.com or 404-413-1827.