The Career Center offers resources to help employers find high-quality DMACC graduates.

Job & Internship Postings

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Join​ Handshake​, and...

  • Share job and internship postings with DMACC students, alumni, and job seekers at other Handshake schools. 
  • Promote on-site and virtual hiring events hosted by your company. 
  • Register for career fairs at DMACC and other Handshake schools. 
  • Search for and directly message students and alumni (must be approved by Handshake network) 

Looking for Handshake help? Check out the Employer Help Center​ or contact the Career Center

Distributing Print Materials on DMACC Campuses

Please email electronic copies of promotional materials (e.g. flyers, posters, handbills) to careers@dmacc.edu or mail printed copies to:

DMACC Career Center
Building 5 - Student Center Office
Des Moines Area Community College
2006 South Ankeny Boulevard
Ankeny, Iowa 50023

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On-Campus Recruiting

​​Career Fairs​​

Information about career fairs at DMACC

Recruiting Tables

Employers are welcome to host recruiting tables at DMACC's campuses and centers. Please contact the DMACC representatives below to schedule a visit.

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On-Campus Interview Events & Presentations

Contact the Career Center at caree​rs@dmacc.edu or 515-964-6463 for assistance arranging all other on-campus recruiting activities, including interview events, information sessions, and presentations to classes and clubs. ​

Additional Resources

​​General Recruiting Resources

  • Keeping Educated Youth in Des Moines (KEY) – KEY is an organization which connects area employers with career services professionals and students from colleges and universities across the metro. To join the KEY event invitation list and to learn more about KEY sponsorship opportunities, please contact Tiffany Menke at tmenke@urbandalechamber.com.
  • Iowa Workforce Development’s Labor Market Information Division – Access valuable labor market data, including employment/unemployment rates, wage information, projections, college student retention, and more.
  • National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) – NACE is the leading professional organization for colleges and employers. Their website contains countless articles and reports on talent acquisition best practices and other areas of interest to those recruiting college students and graduates. Please note: some NACE content is only available to members.
  • NACE Principles for Ethical Professional Practice – NACE provides these guidelines for employers participating in recruitment on college campuses. We ask that our employer partners embrace these principles when engaging with our students, graduates, and other members of the DMACC community.

Internship Resources