Career Hub

Students and Alumni

Access career tools on the left-side menu after creating your Career Hub account:

  • Take an Assessment: Learn about your career interests, skills confidence, & values.
  • Connect 2 Business: Search recently posted jobs, internships & area businesses.
  • My Job Search Tools: Design a resume, cover letter and references.  
  • Make an appointment with Career Services Staff to discuss your career plans!

Create your Career Hub account:

  • Visit the Student & Alumni Login.
  • Select Create an Account.
  • Select I am a college student.
  • Use activation code J5787294YVC

Employers

As an employer you are able to create a business profile and post opportunities for qualified students and alumni to fill your open positions!

You will need to contact Career Services to establish a new account:

  • Calmar: Julie Anderson: andersonju@nicc.edu or call 844.642.2338 ext. 1368
  • Peosta: Chris Entringer: entringerc@nicc.edu or call 844.642.2338 ext. 2297
  • You will be sent an email with a link to create your new account.
  • Complete your business profile to post job openings.
  • Also inform students about job shadows, internships, and apprenticeships.
  • Once you have your profile set up, login via the Connect 2 Business Login.

Career Services reserves the right to limit, refuse, or revoke employer users’ access to its online job/internship posting system. Grounds for limiting, refusing, or revoking access may include, but are not limited to:

  • Employer users representing third-party recruiting or staffing companies.
  • Employer users representing direct sales companies or any other company which makes employment contingent upon any form of payment or financial investment from applicants.
  • Employer users who are private members of the community and do not represent a specific company or organization may be allowed to post on our internal college portal job board. 
  • Employer users whose identities Career Center staff cannot verify with the stated employing company.
  • Employer users who have been found by Career Center staff to have abused their access to the college’s job/internship posting system in any way.
  • Employer users whose hiring practices or conduct have been found by Career Center staff to be questionable or inappropriate.