The PAT Institute Career Services Department is available at no cost to employers. We can help you continue to develop and grow your business.
Connect With Us
Post a job on our website by filling out the form below
Assist with connecting and recruiting graduates who have the skills you need
Take advantage of recruitment consulting with our Career Service’s Director
Seeking Employer Partners
That provide employees with quality supervision and training
Are interested in participating in PAT trade shows
Can visit our campuses as a guest speaker
Will be part of an advisory committee
Herzing Educational Assistance Program (H.E.A.P.)
PAT Institute appreciates and values the relationships we have built with employers and supportive organizations in our community. Our Career Services Department works closely with our employer partners to assist them with their human resource department needs. We are here to help grow your company!
The Herzing Educational Assistance Program (H.E.A.P.) has been developed to help organizations improve the skill level of their workforce, create a culture of engagement by supporting employee professional growth initiatives, and offer an educational benefit to employees and families of participating employers. This unique initiative offers organizations the opportunity to co-brand and cross promote with Herzing College (PAT Institute and Kompass). Click here to learn more about the H.E.A.P initiative. Thank you to our H.E.A.P. partners: CLAC , Merit Ontario
Customized Corporate Training To request more information click here.
Hire a PAT Graduate
The Career Development department has a database of students from a variety of programs that are currently seeking employment, and they will work to connect your company with qualified candidates. Fill out the form below to request information on hiring a PAT graduate.
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Why PAT Institute?
Our graduates leave the training facility with current technical and safety training, industry standard tools and safety gear, saving both the student and the employer additional costs at the beginning of their career. Graduates' careers will lead into a multitude of options and pathways a few of which are: working in the trades, owning their own businesses, becoming trades inspectors, engineering, or teaching.