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Employer Resources

Welcome employers! Build connections with our diverse and talented students and alumni.  If you have more questions, please call (602) 285-7420.

Advertise your job opportunities

Free service for employers who will guarantee an hourly wage ($10.00) that complies with the State of Arizona, Fair Labor Standards Act, and Maricopa Career Network policies:

Individual career fairs (on-campus recruiting)

To schedule a recruitment table or presentation on campus -

  • Call us at 602.285.7420

List internship opportunities

  • Create an opportunity for students to gain hands-on job experience and provide training for prospective future employees.
  • To post an unpaid internship, these forms need to be completed and submitted for approval by MCCCD Legal Department.

Unpaid internships must also meet the following requirements:

  • EEPA: Experiential Education Partnership Agreement - Unpaid Internships
  • Certificate of Insurance

Share your expertise

  • Employer panels and forums
  • Conduct workshop presentations:  Writing resumes/cover letters, mock (practice) interviews

Resources for Hiring Workers with Disabilities

Diversifying Your Workforce - A four-step reference guide to recruiting, hiring and retaining employees with disabilities, from the US Department of Labor. With many additional informational links.

Untapped Arizona - A network of organizations partnering together in an effort to support Arizona businesses in meeting their workforce needs by tapping into the labor pool of individuals with disabilities.

LINKAGES - A job site for employers to post jobs by keyword, category, location, etc. Their mission is to contribute to making the communities of Arizona more productive by increasing employment opportunities for people with disabilities. 

Getting Hired - "Careers and Community for Talented People with Disabilities"  A website where people with disabilities gather, network and find success in the workplace with employers.  Employers can sign up to participate.

AbilityLinks - A web-based community where inclusive employers, job seekers with disabilities,and service providers meet and gain access to valuable networking opportunities.

EARN - The Employer Assistance and Resource Network (EARN) is a resource for employers seeking to recruit, hire, and retain qualified employees with disabilities. Employing people with disabilities can reduce hiring and training costs, increase retention, improve productivity and provide access to new markets.

Internships - Posting of internship opportunities for people with disabilities. 

Employer Resources for Hiring Veterans

America's Heroes at Work - Supporting the employment success of returning service members with Traumatic Brain Injury (TPI) and/or Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).  A US Department Of Labor (DOL) project designed to assist and educate employers who want to include Veterans in their recruitment and hiring initiatives.  There is also a toll-free help line for personalized assistance:  1-866-4-USA-DOL.

Vet Jobs - VetJobs assists transitioning military, National Guard, Reserve Component Members and veterans that have separated over the last several decades and are now productive members of the civilian work force in all disciplines, and their family members.  Information on employment assistance, media, upcoming career fairs, job search.  "Veterans make the best employees."
AWEE Project Vets - Project Employment and Transitional Services (Project V.E.T.S.) is provided through the US Department of Labor.  Project Vets assists incarcerated Veterans who have (for any period of time within the last 6 months, including DWI/DUI) spent at least 1 day in jail or correctional facility.  Veterans need to have an honorable discharge with a general or above discharge to be eligible.
Contact AWEE @ (602) 223-4333
640 N. 1st Avenue, Phoenix, AZ 85003
Veteran Services at Phoenix College