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The USC Price Office of Career Services offers employers access to thousands of qualified students and alumni who are ready to assume their positions and help bring your organization greater success. As you are looking for new talent, we want you to see the quality students and alumni from USC Price.

Getting connected to the Office of Career Services and our students/alumni are easy. We can help you, from as simple as posting a job to working with you to establish your presence on campus. You can decide what level of involvement you desire and we will help you reach your goals at USC Price. The Office of Career Services is committed to providing the highest level of recruiting services to all organizations.

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We are committed to providing you with qualified and experienced candidates in public and nonprofit management, health care administration, urban planning, policy analysis and managing international programs. In doing so, we fulfill our own commitment to improving public service and the conditions of our global community. We invite you to partner with the Office of Career Services as we have a number of options available to assist your organization in recruiting top talent from USC Price and meeting your hiring needs.

Enhance your qualified candidate pool:
Post employment, internship and fellowship opportunities
Our USC Price Jobs, Internships and Fellowships database lists full and part time positions, internships and fellowships in government agencies, nonprofits, health care organizations, urban planning agencies, international programs, and private companies with a public sector focus. These postings are available to over 1,400 USC Price students and more than 16,000 USC Price alumni.

Agreement: I understand there are Federal and State laws, rules, regulations, guidelines and standards which determine whether interns should be paid at least the minimum wage and overtime, including, but not limited to, the Fair Labor Standards Act, for the services that they provide to “for-profit” private sector employers. In addition, I understand that my organization is solely responsible for complying with all applicable law.

By posting an unpaid internship on PriceNet on behalf of my organization, I acknowledge that I reviewed all applicable Federal and State laws, rules, regulations, standards and guidelines that apply to the State in which the unpaid internship will be based and in the State in which the organization is domiciled, and warrant that the organization’s unpaid internship meets all applicable requirements and standards.

For more, information visit the Federal Department of Labor’s Fact Sheet or speak to your Human Resources and/or Legal departments.

There are two ways to submit your vacancy for inclusion in the database: Fill out our Employer Job Submission online form or e-mail your vacancy to

Get the word out about your organization:
Host Informational Sessions
Increase awareness of your organization’s goals, current projects, and staffing needs by providing Information Sessions on-campus.

Streamline your hiring process:
Host On-Campus Interviews
The Office of Career Services can manage and schedule interviews with candidates at your convenience. The best time to conduct on-campus interviews is September through November and January through April each year.

Obtain valuable short-term assistance:
Become an Internship or Externship Provider
USC Price student interns can be of great assistance to your organization, offering skilled support, while gaining practical work experience.

Raise the profile of your organization with USC Price students and alumni:
Participate in the USC Price Career Fair and Networking Nights
Having a presence at these popular events provides you with the opportunity to meet students and alumni from across the globe while increasing your visibility and branding on campus.

For additional information, download the USC Price Recruiting Guide.