Job Seekers

Walla Walla University is a member of the NACElink system, one of the largest career networks in the world.  As an alumnus you have access to this job database.  It has a number of benefits to both job seekers and employers, including the ability to:

  • Post new positions and search for employment;
  • Receive automatic notification of new job postings that meet your preferences;
  • And create, store and search for a resume

To access this system, go to W2U Careerlink and register for an account.  Please be aware of the NACElink Privacy Policy.


Job and Internship Posting

W2U Careerlink is a job and internship listing service for employers who wish to recruit students and alumni from Walla Walla University. Listing your openings online can provide increased exposure to qualified candidates from a variety of majors and degree programs as well as recent alumni.

Employers may use the W2U CareerLink system to post available positions or to view posted resumes.  It is a great way to advertise jobs at your organization to fellow WWU Alumni and students, as well as to view their resumes.  To access this system, visit the W2U Careerlink and register for an account.  Registration is free.  Please note that multi-school postings may carry a charge.  If you already have an account with an existing school, you may log in using that username (generally an email address)  and password.  Please be aware of the NACElink privacy policy.


We encourage you to visit the campus to recruit WWU students for a position at your organization.  Recruiters from professional programs, graduate schools, and employers visit the WWU campus each quarter to schedule Information Sessions, Colloquium presentations, and interviews, as well as to recruit at our career and graduate fairs.

To schedule a visit to campus, call (509) 527-2664 or email  Please give us as much lead time as possible.  To learn more about Career Center events and when they are taking place, visit our webpage. 

Career Services

Page maintained by David Lindstrom
Last update on October 22, 2012