If you’d like your position to be widely available to King’s students and recent graduates at large, please email CareerServices@tkc.edu. Please email with a detailed job description, including hours, location, basic tasks, minimum requirements, a brief company profile, and specify if position will be paid or unpaid.
You may also list your positions to multiple schools for a nominal fee. The King’s College is part of the http://www.nacelink.com/, a collaboration between the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), Direct Employers Association, and Symplicity Corporation. The Network significantly increases the number of colleges and universities available to employers on a national level. Click on the image below to register.
Alternatively, you may email a full job or internship description, company name and contact information to CareerServices@tkc.edu. For questions, please call 212-659-7200 and ask for a Career Development Assistant.
To request an opportunity to come to The King’s College and make a presentation to students about your organization and the job or internship opportunities that are available, please email us. Provide a brief description of your company or organization, the opportunities for King’s students, and approximate dates of when you are available to make a presentation.
Please email a full job or internship description, company name and contact information to CareerServices@tkc.edu. For questions, please call 212-659-7200 and ask for a Career Development Assistant.
Click here for the report that summarizes the responses from the Class of 2013 as it relates to their postgraduate plans.
Click here for the report that summarizes the responses from the Class of 2012 as it relates to their postgraduate plans
New York City – June 29, 2015 – The King’s College is pleased to announce that it has been reaccredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The reaccreditation was announced on Friday, June 26, and comes after a year of intensive self-study conducted by the faculty, staff, and administration of the college. “We’re […]
NEW YORK CITY – May 27, 2015 – The King’s College is pleased to announce the addition of a fifth major to its offerings, beginning in the Fall 2015 semester. The Bachelor of Arts in Religious and Theological Studies will provide a solid liberal arts education to students while encouraging them to think about a […]
The King’s College Office of Vocational and Career Development (OVCD) is pleased to announce a new central hub for job postings. KingsConnect: The King’s College Students and Alumni Network will feature all the job postings discovered by OVCD. KingsConnect operates via LinkedIn, leveraging the social aspect of job searching, and—most excitingly for alumni—eliminates OVCD as […]
On April 28, President Gregory Alan Thornbury, the Hon. Edmund C. Moy (former director of the United States Mint), and Alex Waters of Coin.co met on the campus of The King’s College for a roundtable discussion about digital currencies and their potential to facilitate economic, social, and political change. The King’s College is the first […]
The King’s College and the Office of Academic Affairs is pleased to announce Bethany Jenkins as the Director of Career Development. Jenkins brings with her extensive experience in different sectors and a knowledge of professional skills necessary to compete for top positions. Career Development at The King’s College offers practical career development tools to students. […]