Nittany Lion Career Network (NLCN)
Nittany Lion Career Network is the primary online resource for connecting students with employers.
The following standard services have been made accessible to students through NLCN.
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On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) - Special Feature for Seniors
This feature must be added in order to view and apply for any OCI positions. To determine if the OCI feature is right for you, preview the system through the Guest Account.
Follow these steps to add OCI to your NLCN account:
- Learn more about OCI (PDF)
- Review: Policies and Procedures (PDF)
- Click here to add OCI to your NLCN account.
Nittany Lion Career Network - Standard Services
Employers who are not conducting On-Campus Interviews but are still targeting Penn State students, will post full-time, internship, and part-time employment opportunities for students in all academic colleges. These jobs are viewable through the NLCN.
Sometimes employers don't have current job openings, but they do have entry level jobs and when these jobs become available, the companies typically need to hire right away. You will have the opportunity to "apply" for these leads/prospects through NLCN so when the job becomes available, you will automatically become an applicant for this position.
Employers hold information sessions throughout the year. These sessions provide a chance for you to learn more about an employer, meet with recruiters, ask questions about various opportunities, and express your interest in current or future opportunities. These sessions are open to students who have an interest in the company and are required for students interviewing through OCI. To view upcoming information sessions, use the Events tab in NLCN.
Career Services offers a variety of career fairs during the fall and spring semesters. These fairs give students the opportunity to meet with a number of recruiters in person and in one location to explore various opportunities and to build networking contacts.
LionLink is a professional networking program that links Penn State students and alumni with alumni volunteer Career Coaches. Career Coaches provide valuable information and advice on jobs and careers to Career Explorers, who are alumni or students looking for a job or seeking career-related information.
This service enables students seeking full-time employment in the field of education (pre-K through higher education) to centrally store and distribute required application documents.
Read the full disclaimer which describes the shared responsibility among Penn State Career Services (including University Park and Commonwealth Campus career offices) and internship/job seekers in researching and identifying potential concerns about the legitimacy of employers and their respective postings.