Thank you so much for considering Gwinnett Technical College students to meet your hiring needs. Whether you are looking for candidates for full-time, part-time, or intern we can assist you in meeting those needs. Please see below for a listing of ways we can assist you with this process. If you are unsure which services might work best for your organization, please contact us at 678-226-6252 and we will be happy to help.

Posting Job Vacancies/Internships

You can register with the Gwinnett Tech CareerLink and post jobs and internships FREE of charge at Gwinnett Tech. This job posting portal is featured on the front page of the Career Services webpage; both students and alumni will be directed to this page when searching for jobs.

On-Campus Recruitment

If you would like to come to campus to get the word out to large numbers of students about your company and recruit for your employment opportunities, we can schedule a day for you to set up an information table in a high-traffic area of our student life center. Call 678-226-6252 or email csreceptionist@gwinnetttech.edu to plan in advance so we can create publicity to get the word out on campus that you’ll be here.

Information Sessions

Information sessions are typically 45-60 minutes in length and give you the opportunity to speak to a group of interested students about employment or internship opportunities at your organization. Sessions are scheduled in a room with technological capabilities to allow employers to access the web, show promotional clips, etc. Call 678-226-6252 or email csreceptionist@gwinnetttech.edu to plan in advance so we can create publicity to get the word out on campus that you’ll be here.

Career and Internship Fair

The annual spring career and internship fair features recruiters from various businesses, non-profit, educational, and government sectors. Come, meet, and recruit Gwinnett Tech’s students and alumni for part-time, full-time, or internship positions! To register for our spring career and internship fair please log in to your Gwinnett Tech CareerLink account. If you are new to this system, click on “Sign Up” and create an account.

The Career Services Center assists our employment partners in meeting their workforce needs, providing access to our 24/7 online job board to help fill job openings quickly and with the best candidates.


Thank you for embracing the Gwinnett Tech mission of workforce development. Working with Gwinnett Tech to develop internships through our Launch Pointe program will help your company build upon its success. Most companies who participate grow their internship program year after year and have found that having an internship program is a significant cost savings when it comes time to hire full-time employees. You will have a pipeline of students already exposed to your corporate culture and how your business operates. You will have a pipeline of students already exposed to how your business operates who can be considered for employment opportunities. This allows for a seamless flow of onboarding and professional development, which typically leads to employee loyalty and efficiency of work product. For your internship to be successful, we ask that you provide a challenging and substantive environment that is related to the students program of study with a direct point of contact who will supervise and evaluate the student. The College works with all sizes of employers, from Fortune 1000 companies, to international or national conglomerates to non-profits, local businesses and smaller family-run businesses.

Some internships are for academic credit where part of the employer evaluation accounts for a portion of the students’ overall grade. Non-academically evaluated internships are taken very seriously and students who are selected to participate in the internship have to go through a competitive process.

To post an internship, create a free account and add a job posting in our Career Link Employers Portal and a member of our team will be in touch with you.

CareerLink Company Standards

  • Employer must have
    • At least 2 employees
    • A company website
    • A physical non-residential property address
    • Commercial liability insurance
    • Reasonable ratings with the Better Business Bureau
    • Provide mentor/professional to work directly with the student in their field of study

By posting an internship opportunity, you agree to comply with all federal and state regulations regarding Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity and to follow the National Association of Colleges and Employers Principals of Professional Practice.

If this internship is unpaid, it is vital that you comply with Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) guidelines, which in part means that the focus of the internship is for the educational benefit of the student and that an intern is not replacing an employee.