Career Net

Current Students & Alumni

Use the Career Net online application to find employment opportunities, register for on-campus career events, send yourself email updates, manage all job search-related documents, keep track of your job search schedule, and much more.

Student and Alumni Login

Employers & Community Partners

Creating an account in NYIT Career Net is easy! Create your own personal account tied to your organization. Once you've logged in, you will be prompted to complete your employer profile. You may begin adding jobs immediately, but they will be listed as Pending and invisible to students until an Office of Career Services staff member approves them. This takes one to two business days.

Employer Login


Faculty members should register as alumni in Career Net even if not an alum of NYIT. Be in the know about jobs and internships posted daily, view employers attending recruiting events, search the employer directory and view our database from your student's perspective,

Login (as an alumni)

Questions About NYIT Career Net?


A Word of Advice from Career Services and the Department of Labor:

  • Beware of apparent job postings or "opportunities" you may see on websites, bulletin boards, and other locations that seem too good to be true, especially if it requires an initial "registration fee" or "initial investment" to be considered, and NEVER wire money to someone for an upfront fee. Check with the Better Business Bureau and the Attorney General's office in the state where the business or employer is located for more information. Just as you must be alert for email phishing scams and other dangers on the internet, you must also be aware of employment scams that prey on the unwary. If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is! If you have been scammed, contact the New York State Attorney General's office to report it.
  • Students who believe they have been hired as unpaid interns unlawfully do have legal recourse. Please be advised that a student's service as an intern for no wages may be a violation of the Labor Law by the employer, and upon the completion of the internship the student can file a claim with the New York State Department of Labor, Division of Labor Standards. The intern is advised to keep copies of any materials that they produce so that there will be evidence for the division's investigation, including time sheets and a log of daily responsibilities requested of the employer.  For more information: New York State Department of Labor, Division of Labor Standards, 75 Varick St., seventh floor, New York, NY, 212.775.3719.