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Step 1.   You must register and be approved in order to access services on this system.  An email address is required to register. 

  • Click the "Create Account" tab. Enter registration info and create an Access ID.  If the ID you choose is already in our database, add a letter(s) or number(s) or an underscore.  All IDs must be unique.
  • Once approved by our office, you will receive an email notification confirming your Access ID and informing you of your Password.


Step 2.   Using the CCN Recruitment Services for Employers once approved:

  • Click the "Sign In" tab to access your account.
  • Enter your Access ID and assigned Password.
  • From your account page, you may Update or Review Registration Information, Post a Job, Post, Edit, Repost or Expire Job Postings and Search Student and Alumni Resumes. Please see details of these in the Announcement (Services Available to Employers).


Apart from contact numbers already provided. We may also be reached on 0501421773

Dear Cherished Employer,

Kindly use the link below if you would want to report any notable successes and failures of Ashesi students/alumni who work with you to enable us take any needed action immediately.

Kindly note that this is not a mandatory action. The link is available to you at anytime to help you draw any such case to our attention.

Go to the website.

Ashesi University College students and alumni/ae connect with professionals in a variety of career fields through our Mentoring Network for advise and support in their professional development.

Mentors offer one or more of the following avenues of assistance:

1. Career/graduate school information and advice

2. An opportunity to "shadow" the mentor in his/her workplace

3. Leads to internships and jobs

4. Networking opportunities

To join our Mentoring Network and assist our students in their career development please follow the link below:

Go to the website.

This software is currently heavily skewed to the United States and therefore you will encounter challenges in inputting details such as location. We have posted some guidelines to help you better navigate around some of these challenges.

Kindly bear with us as we work with the programmers to rectify this. We are hoping to have it all sorted by April this year.

Registration challenges and temporary solutions:

1.Location/State – Select “outside US” when options are limited to US states.

2.Zip Code – Type “0000”

3.EOE State – Key in your initials

4.School Email Notices – Please DO NOT check this box as we will be sending out very important communication to all employers via this platform. We will be careful to keep email communications to a minimum.

5.Resume Search (Veteran Status) – Kindly ignore

March – Career Fair

March to May – Recruitment and Selection by Organizations

April/May – Semester ends

June to August – Commencement of internships

September – Students return to school

Recruitment and Selection can be done with the aid of Career Services, i.e, on-campus interviews, aptitude testing, etc.

Student working arrangements during the course of the semester - can be done only if work is remote and is flexible to fit into the student's academic schedule without jeopardizing their academic standing.

Please ensure you DO NOT check the box for School Email Notices as this will be our major way of communicating with all employers on the system.

You are likely to miss out on important employer information if the box is unchecked. We can confirm that we will not flood your inbox with unimportant or too much mail.

Once approved you may:

Update or Review Registration Information

Please keep your information up-to-date for the accuracy of our records.

Post a New Job

•Give plenty of detail to make your postings attractive to students/alumni. You may cut and paste job descriptions. If posting part-time jobs, please list hours required.

•Please list the city or area where the job is located to aid job seekers.

•You can edit the resume submission deadline date to best fit the job.

•Be sure to list an email address in the contact information to receive resumes via the system. This also helps us track student resume submissions.

Once you have posted a job, you can Post, Edit, Repost or Expire Job Postings

•Post new job opportunities - it’s unlimited and free.

•Edit job postings as needed.

•Repost expired jobs if they are still open or become open again.

•Expire jobs when they have been filled so they come off view.

If approved for this feature, you can easily Search Student and Alumni Resumes

•The more criteria you chose, the more limited your results will be.

•Use the toolbar Back button to exit out of resumes opened in Internet Explorer.

Note: Please make sure that your email is set up to read HTML, otherwise messages may be jumbled.

About Our Services

Our online Employer Services are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

You must register your organization with our office prior to accessing these services. Once your registration is reviewed, if it is approved you will receive an email which includes a link to activate your account.

If approved, depending on your access level, you will be able to use some or all of the services listed below:

  • Job Posting
    Post jobs targeted to Ashesi University students, alumni.
  • Résumé Search
    Search résumés of our students, alumni.
  • Portfolio Search
    Search career portfolios that have been prepared by our students, alumni.
  • On-Campus Interviewing
    In addition to posting on our Job Board, you may also post positions that involve on-campus interviews. An interview date will be scheduled after we review and approve your posting. You may then log in to check submissions, candidate status and schedules. On-campus interviews occur during specific times of the year. If you do not know our recruiting schedule, please contact us before posting your job.
  • The Career Centre’s mission is to support the university’s goal of training highly skilled graduates who are ready for the workforce. The Centre works with students to identify and successfully pursue rewarding careers. That is, helping them match their interests, values and skills with a meaningful career and also equipping them with all necessary tools and resources that will help them transit successfully from College into the working world. The work of the Career Services Center revolves around the following:
    • Internship/ Job Placements
    • Career Exploratory Activities and Assessments
    • Work Study Opportunities
    • Annual Career Fair
    • Community Service Projects
    • Ashesi Mentoring Programme
    • Career Forums/ Seminars
    • Employer Engagement
    • Career Peer Advisors
    • Career Coaching & Advising
  • The Career Forums and Seminars for students focus strongly on areas such as CV and Cover Letter Writing, Business Etiquette, Interviewing Skills, Job Search and Survival Skills, Networking Skills, Internship Preparation, Personal Branding, Managing Your Online Presence, Aptitude testing and many more.