Thank you for considering Walla Walla University students and alumni for opportunities in your organization. Whether you are searching for interns or seeking to fill part-time and full-time career positions, we can effectively help you recruit and hire a diverse pool of extremely qualified candidates and greatly increase your company’s visibility.
Employers are an invaluable resource to the University. Here are some ways you can start to build collaborative partnerships with us:
Hire Walla Walla University Students & Alumni
Sign up for our free online job posting system, where you’ll find Walla Walla University students and alumni to fill open positions at your organization. Create an account to post positions, search for resumes and schedule interviews. Register as an employer.
Start an Internship
Starting an internship at your organization is a great way to share knowledge with tomorrows leaders, while increasing the productivity and capacity of your business. Learn more about internships here: Start an internship.
Visit campus to meet one-on-one with WWU students and alumni. You can set up an information table or schedule on-campus interviews to find the talent you need. Learn about on-campus recruiting.
Connect with students by participating in our Fall and Spring Career Fairs. The Career & Internship Fair is the largest employer recruitment opportunity of the year. This event is a chance for employers to connect directly with students. We will be hosting 3 fairs, each catered to certain majors around our campus. The first fair will be held November 9, 2017 from 4-7pm. Sign up for a Career Fair.
Connect with Students
Volunteer to conduct mock interviews and provide feedback to students, provide a job shadow experience, or host an on-site visit of your workplace to offer students an up close and personal view of your staff’s daily activities. Learn more about connecting with students.
Join the Employer Advisory Board
Discuss current issues in campus recruiting and career-related trends. Provide a forum for benchmarking ideas/concerns related to entry level, full time, and internship hiring. Share feedback to the Student Development Center on new and existing initiatives. Develop relationships between the Student Development Center and employer contacts, helping to facilitate successful WWU student recruitment. Learn more.