RIT Croatia's Career Services office cooperates with companies on a regional and international level. The aim of the office is to provide support to future employers in identifying young, talented professionals and to provide effective services to students that empower them to succeed in their career paths.
We guide students through their career development by assisting them in finding co-op placements, connecting them with the business community and helping them make informed career choices. We work individually with potential employers in order to help them identify students to fill co-op placements, internships or permanent positions. An example of resources includes:
access to a database of qualified students for part-time student jobs;
company participation at the annual Career Education Day;
access to the RIT Croatia alumni database, which currently includes more than 2,500 active members who use it to find permanent employment, and which serves as a free and efficient tool for companies to advertise open positions;
assistance in helping companies develop business cases and business plans, involvement of students in various projects, guest lectures, visits to companies (raising awareness of products and services offered by the company), and numerous other activities.
Through our various activities and resources, companies can get to know RIT Croatia students more closely, recruit individuals with the best qualifications, and identify potential employees, whether for student jobs or internships. Some of the additional benefits for companies include:
raising awareness of your company - employer branding;
free access to a pool of potential candidates for open positions (for student jobs and permanent employment) via our student database;
access to the RIT Croatia alumni database, which currently includes more than 2,600 members who use it to find permanent employment;
connecting with potential co-op students, who are enthusiastic, eager to learn, and achieve fast results at a relatively low cost for employers - getting early access to talent;
hiring students for teamwork, who easily handle a greater workload and thus increase productivity;
company participation at the annual Career Education Days and involvement of students in various projects, guest lectures, visits to companies and numerous other activities;
offering companies the opportunity to incorporate their problems into case studies and get various, fresh ideas, and perspectives.