The current situation at Seattle University resembles that of many other universities across the nation. The campus—including the Career Engagement Office —is physically closed and operating virtually.
For the purposes of recruitment, all events and interactions should be conducted virtually. The latest campus information can be found at seattleu.edu/coronavirus.
Stay Connected: Meet virtually, email, or call to consult with our External Relations staff:
April 22, 2021 | 10:30 AM - 1:30pm PST
Hosted virtually in Handshake
Is your organization hiring for FT or PT jobs or internships? Join us for our virtual Career & Internship Fair! Employers in all industries are welcome to participate. This is your opportunity to connect with a diverse group of undergraduate and graduate students from all majors--students who have chosen a rigorous education rooted in hands-on learning, community engagement, critical thinking, and an equity perspective.
We encourage you to register and set your schedule in Handshake by April 1st to ensure your organization is visible when student registration opens!
Handshake is the one-stop-shop for companies, public services, non-profits and organizations of all shapes and sizes to find, recruit and hire the best Seattle U students and alumni.
Handshake invites you to post jobs, internships, and events at no cost. By listing your events, we can promote them to our students, enabling you to track RSVPs as students sign up and follow up with them after. Examples of virtual events include Q&As, Ask Me Anything (AMAs), skill-building workshops and employee panels.
Going Digital is a Handshake resource center where you’ll find information and resources on how to transition your hiring efforts from in-person to virtual.
Leverage targeted messaging in Handshake to reach out to key students about your opportunities. Visit Handshake's Employer Blog for best practices on how to do this.
Let's collaborate and organize recruiting events together.
Make a remote experience as valuable as possible for both the organizations and the intern.