Campus Recruitment offered virtually and in person
We are currently providing on-campus recruitment in a virtual setting through Employer Spotlight live streams/recording. Please complete the Virtual Recruitment Request form listed below to schedule your recruitment event.
Thank you for your interest in recruiting and connecting with Glendale Community College students. There are many ways in which to connect with our students in the career development/management process. Please select the area below that you have an interest to receive more information.
Recruiting Student Talent Easier with Maricopa PipelineAZ
Maricopa PipelineAZ is a conduit that provides a steady supply of qualified college students who are prepared to step into available positions at your organization. Its skills-mapping technology identifies our work-ready students to match them as a best fit and candidate match for potential job applications.
At Maricopa Community Colleges, we are committed to the future success of our students — and your business.
Have a Job Ad or Job Fair Announcement?
Our Career Center is not only open to students but the community as well. Job seekers visit our office daily to view the latest list of available jobs posted on our Online Job Board maintained by Career Services. We'll post job ads and career fair announcements for 30 days at no cost. Send (JPG only) fliers and announcements to email@example.com.
Are you interested in hiring a student for an internship or thinking about creating an internship program for your organization? We are happy to share the process to become an approved Maricopa Community College partner. Once you become an approved Experiential Learning Partner, you are eligible to work with all ten of our MCCCD schools. For questions regarding internships, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Other Ways To Engage
Other Ways to Engage (Job Shadows, Career Interview and Career Panel)
Interested in engaging with our campus community in other ways? We also provide experiences for students to explore their fields of interest through career discussions, informational interviews and/or job shadows
- Job Shadow: Students develop an understanding of career and industry through professional working environments. Job shadowing gives them an on-the-job experience to learn from professionals at their workplace for four hours up to several days during a week.
- Informational Interview: A 30-minute to a one-hour conversation between a student and an industry professional. Students ask questions to gain a deeper insight into the field to learn about their interest career path.
- Career Panel: Participation in a 50-minute career panel. Lend your expertise, share your journey and provide advice to students pursuing a degree in your field.
GCC Recruiting Guidelines
Non-Discrimination: A partnership with Glendale Community College (a Maricopa County Community College) Career & Employment Services includes hiring practices consistent with a non-discrimination policy for any person on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disabled, or veteran status.
Eligible Employers: Glendale Community College Career & Employment Services is an active member of the National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE). We strictly adhere to the "Principles of Professional Conduct" for career services and employment professionals.
Workforce & Economic Development Resources
Greater Phoenix Economic Council works cooperatively to project a regional identity and collaborate with other organizations to ensure a competitive, vibrant and self-sustaining regional economy supported by a talented, technologically advanced, diverse workforce.
Arizona Workforce Connection is the state's streamlined workforce development network that joins all of Arizona's workforce development partners to provide businesses and Job Seekers with comprehensive and streamlined services.
MCCCD Center For Workforce Development works to fulfill the job training needs of the many and diverse employer communities throughout Maricopa County. The Center serves as a hub connecting workforce development programs and resources available through the Maricopa Community Colleges and Skill Centers to employer communities in the Greater Phoenix area.
MCCCD Small Business Development Center is an innovative partnership between the state's ten community college districts and the U.S. Small Business Administration. The network is the largest and most accessible source of assistance to Arizona businesses with fewer than 200 employees.
Arizona Department of Commerce provides statewide leadership in the areas of Workforce/Business Development, Marketing/Business Attraction, Strategic Investment/Research and Community Development.