CDSlink Welcomes NJIT Employers and Nonprofit Agencies

NACElink Network, the result of an alliance among the National Association of Colleges and Employers, DirectEmployers Association, and Symplicity Corporation, is a national recruiting network and suite of web-based recruiting and career services automation tools serving the needs of colleges, employers and job candidates.

Q&A

I currently have a job posted at NJIT.  Do I have to do anything to keep it active?

All currently active jobs have been transferred into our new system at NJIT called CDSlink.  We encourage you to log in to review the posting(s) and familiarize yourself with the system.  The expiration date of your current posting will remain the same as it appeared in our former system, CDS On-line.  Your active jobs will continue to be viewed by NJIT students and graduates, and you will continue to receive resumes of qualified candidates as we transition to CDSlink.

I do not have any current postings but anticipate openings in my firm.  What do I need to know?

Now is a good time to activate and update your account. This will ensure that the information listed for your organization is accurate. It will also reduce delays in having your job openings activated when you are ready to post them.  Log on to https://njit-csm.symplicity.com/employers/ 

I don’t have any upcoming needs.  Do I need to do anything now?

We encourage you to log in with the welcome email information to activate your account in CDSlink.
You will learn the advantages of our new system and recruit current students, recent graduates and alumni to your organization.

Is there a fee for your services?

No, NJIT’s CDS will continue to post jobs, internships, co-ops at no charge to employers.  As with our previous system, there is a fee to post jobs simultaneously to multiple schools.

If I have questions, whom do I call?

NJIT’s CDS staff members are available at 973-596-3227 or via email at cdsjobs@njit.edu

Employers - Contact Us

 

 

 

 

 

  • Patrick Young
    Assistant Director, Employer Relations
    973-596-3246
    pyoung@njit.edu

 

 

 

 

 


 

Civic Engagement Calendar of Events

DATE

EVENT / ACTIVITY LOCATION & TIME

 

Thurs. Aug 31

8:00am to 4:00pm

 

NJIT First Year Connections Service Day
Various Agency Sites - Newark, NJ

Service Day is one of the hallmark events you will experience while at NJIT. It    provides an opportunity for those affiliated with the University, area community partners, and other organizations to work together, demonstrating the value of community service activities.   

Wed. Sep 20
2:30pm to 3:30pm

 

Orientation for Federal  Work-Study Employees
Fenster  225

Orientation session for students  at off-campus sites during Fall 2017. 
FWS Students only.

Contact: Nadyrah Amin amin@njit.edu 

Fri. Sep 22

11:30am to 12:30pm

 

Orientation for Federal Work– Study  Employees
Fenster 225

Second orientation session for new and returning students at off-campus sites during Fall 2017.  

Contact: Nadyrah Amin amin@njit.edu 

 

Wed. Sep 27

12:30 pm to 6:00 pm

 

CDS Fall 2017 Career, Co-op and Internship Fair
Gymnasium & Tennis Center

Volunteers are needed to help make this a successful event!

Contact: Christine Cervelli cervelli@njit.edu 

Wed. Oct 6

11:00am to 1:00pm

 

Non-Profit Expo
Ballroom B and 2nd Fl Gallery

Event is designed to foster collaborative relationships with NJIT and area non-profit organizations and assist in the creation of volunteer requests for large scale events such as First Year Service Day, the Alternative Spring Break, Jersey Care days, as well as on campus recruitment of volunteers

Contact: Deborah Sims sims@njit.edu 

 

Sat. Oct 14
2:30pm to 
4:00pm

 

Community of Caring:  Team NJIT: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
Military Park, Newark, NJ

Help fight cancer by volunteering for the pre-event activities and setup.
Also participate in the walk on Sunday, October 16. Join others from NJIT in raising resources for education, support, and research.

Contact: Nadyrah Amin amin@njit.edu 

 

Nov 15
thru
Dec 13

 

Community of Caring: NJIT Holiday Gift Drive
Fenster Hall, Rm. 200

Support a child for the holidays.  We’re partnering with DYFS and CASA to provide toys for needy children for our Annual Gift Drive.  Sign up to share a smile this holiday season.

Contact: Nadyrah Amin amin@njit.edu

 

Community Service

 
"If you really want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized by society, then it is the quality of contribution which you make to others that counts.”  Wynona Lipman, Former NJ State Senator

At NJIT, we are committed to fostering opportunities for students to share their skills, talents and enthusiasm through service for the benefit of our communities.  Through the civic engagement programs, our students have become an invaluable resource of both technical and non-technical help for local and regional agencies.  We link students, alumni, faculty, and staff directly to community service activities with non-profit organizations located in and around Newark and throughout the state of New Jersey.

Registration Links for Agencies and Volunteers:

  • To register your agency and to post volunteer opportunities click here... 
  • To sign up to receive notifications of volunteer opportunities, click here... and select "YES" in your profile to the question, "Are you interested in Civic Engagement?"

 


 

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OLD Civic Engagement Page

"If you really want to stand out from the crowd and be recognized by society, then it is the quality of contribution which you make to others that counts.”  Wynona Lipman (Former NJ State Senator)

At NJIT, we are committed to fostering opportunities for students to share their skills, talents and enthusiasm through service for the benefit of our communities.  Through the civic engagement programs in CDS, our students have become an invaluable resource of both technical and non-technical help for local and regional agencies.  We link students, alumni, faculty, and staff directly to community service activities with non-profit organizations located in and around Newark, and throughout the state of New Jersey.

Through both volunteer and paid service opportunities, students assist public and non-profit agencies in meeting their objectives to help improve the quality of life in our communities.  Participants in these programs have become an invaluable resource of both technical and non-technical help for local and regional agencies.

View our upcoming Civic Engagement Calendar.
 

 

For more information, please contact the Office of Career Development Services
Fenster Hall, Room 200
973.596.3100
www.njit.edu/cds

NJIT Community of Caring Volunteers

NJIT's clearinghouse lists opportunities for students interested in providing volunteer service to community and public agencies. Students can also participate in organized, pre-planned events sponsored by the NJIT Service Corps.

The first NJIT “Community of Caring” campaign was launched in 2002, as a concerted outreach to promote the good work of NJIT students, faculty and staff and to challenge the campus community to provide at least 10,000 hours of service each year to the citizens of our communities.   Students, staff, and faculty are able to contribute hours through our Community Connections volunteer referral service or through specific CDS civic engagement programs.

Who Can Participate

The program is open to members of the NJIT community who are interested in giving their time and commitment to others.

What Volunteers Are Doing?

  • Help preparing and serve food at Eva's Soup Kitchen and Shelter.
  • Collect clothing for the homeless through the Bessie Green Foundation.
  • Help caring for babies with AIDS at St. Michael's Medical Center.
  • Preparing and bagging food for the needy at Project S.H.A.R.E.
  • Help building homes for those in need with Habitat for Humanity.

Why Participate?

Volunteerism provides opportunities for hands-on experience, networking and a chance for personal growth - all part of the educational experience. These linkages provide agencies with needed assistance and provide students, faculty, and staff with the sense that they have lent a helping hand to the community.

How To Participate?

 


Civic Engagement Computer Center at NJIT

The Civic Engagement Computer Center at NJIT is a student-staffed resource of technical computer support through virtual volunteer projects for community agencies.   Established in 2002 with a $10,000 donation from Lucent Technologies, Inc., the Center provides an avenue for NJIT students to connect their academics skills with civic engagement experience.

Over 60 NJIT students have volunteered or worked to produce technical solutions for web design, data management, and basic computer training needs for community organizations such as Newark Public Schools, Newark Literacy Campaign, Clinton Hill Weed and Seed, Council for Higher Education in Newark, and Somerset Children’s Choir.

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