Jobs & Internships at FSC - Business Department

Jobs & FSC CareerConnect

CareerConnect is a web-based platform for accessing:

  • Full-time jobs for upcoming graduates and alumni
  • Part-time jobs
  • Paid and unpaid internships for students
  • Career exploration tools

Use CareerConnect to:

  • Schedule an appointment with a Career Counselor in the Nexus Center;
  • Review job postings and apply to positions by uploading your resume, cover letter and other documents for employers to view;
  • Explore career options with Career Explorer and Career Finder resources.

Ready to get started? Visit FSC CareerConnect External link and register for a new account. Once your registration has been approved, you will receive an email confirming your username. You will be given a link to set your CareerConnect password. NOTE: This link will expire in 24 hours, after which time you can click on the link to be redirected to a page where you can request a new password link.

Internships & AXIOM Mentor

Axiom is a database used to promote internships and other Applied Learning opportunities.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Many activities on campus may involve applied learning. However, only activities that have been formally approved by the Applied Learning Review Board at FSC will satisfy the graduation requirement. Courses and Co-curricular Activities must be designated as "Applied Learning" to satisfy the graduation requirement. Students should confirm the formal applied learning designation prior to participating for graduation credit.

  • Students may search Axiom by their program's department to view and apply to opportunities. Opportunities listed in your specific department on Axiom are approved for internship credit and will count towards the Applied Learning Graduation Requirement if completed for academic credit.
  • View and apply to approved Co-curricular Activities and Nexus Center Experiences in the "Applied Learning Co-curricular Activities" unit. These non-credit activities will count towards the Applied Learning Graduation Requirement.
  • In addition, all students may view specialized opportunities posted in Axiom under the Nexus Center for Applied Learning and Career Development. These opportunities offer excellent practical experience, including paid jobs, but do not count towards the Applied Learning Graduation Requirement.

To log-in to Axiom, visit:

Jobs & FSC CareerConnect links

Computer Systems Internship Program

The Computer Systems Department supports an internship program, which is BCS 440. As a participant in the Internship Program, a student may spend a semester or summer gaining academic credit while working at a local company. The Internship is supervised by both faculty and professional staff. Internships allow students to test career intentions, improve skills in written and oral communications, develop professional skills, and acquire work experience which will be useful when seeking employment upon graduation.


For additional information, see the Guidelines for Participation and Internship Program Fact Sheet/FAQs

Any company interested in supporting your internship would need to submit the Internship Program Agreement

The following documents are to be used by students during the course of their internship:

  1. Internship Program Application
  2. Weekly Time Sheet
  3. Monthly Time Sheet

Computer Systems Job Bank



Whitman Hall, Room 112
Monday-Friday 8:30am-4:30pm


Bill Steedle


Russell Esposito
Internship Coordinator


Denise Backman
Administrative Assistant 1


Kathy Kollar
Instructional Support Specialist


Kim Moorning
Website Content Administrator

Last Modified 8/9/22