SOURCE: AfterCollege, Inc.

July 09, 2007 11:45 ET

AfterCollege and New York Daily News Bring Entry-Level Jobs to College Campuses Nationwide

Cross-Posting Arrangement Will Bring More Great Career Opportunities to Students and Recent Graduates - And More Qualified Candidates to Daily News Advertisers

SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwire - July 9, 2007) - AfterCollege, Inc., the nation's largest web-based employment network specializing in recruitment at the college level, and the New York Daily News, the largest newspaper in the nation's largest market, today announced a collaboration to distribute entry-level and part-time job opportunities to college students and recent graduates across the nation.

Employers advertising in the Daily News and on its website,, will have the option to also list their part-time jobs, internships and other entry-level positions on and its rapidly growing network of AfterCollege-powered job sites on the websites of academic departments and student groups nationwide.

"New York has always been a magnet for the most ambitious and talented graduates," said Barry S. Surman, vice president of business development and classified advertising for the Daily News and "Top students in practically every field see this as the paramount place to build their careers. Together with AfterCollege, we can help New York area employers target those candidates, whether they're across the country, or right here in the City."

Michael Dawes, vice president of channel partnerships for AfterCollege, said, "Our partnership with the Daily News greatly enhances AfterCollege's ability to deliver more New York region jobs and internships to college students and recent graduates. We look forward to a fruitful partnership that will result in more contacts between our students and the employers who want to hire them."

About AfterCollege

Founded in 1999, AfterCollege Inc. ( is the nation's largest web-based employment network specializing in recruitment at the college and alumni level. AfterCollege provides employers with direct access to students through an exclusive network of over 1,300 academic departments and student groups as well as a proprietary database of more than 19,000 faculty, and student group contacts at the nation's top universities. Its proprietary network and job distribution technology translate into substantive job content for job seekers and into more qualified applicants for employers. The unique approach resulted in a patent issuance to AfterCollege earlier in the year. AfterCollege, Inc. is based in San Francisco, California.

About the Daily News

The Daily News is the largest and most widely read newspaper in New York City and the New York metropolitan market, the sixth largest daily newspaper and fifth largest Sunday newspaper in the country. The Daily News continues to lead all other newspapers as the paper of choice for New York City residents. Average weekly readership of the Daily News's print and online versions tops 4.5 million, making the Daily News the most read local newspaper in the United States. For more information, visit

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