At Career Services of Seattle University, we recognize that employers are key partners in the success of our students and alumni. Our office has a number of opportunities to engage on our campus. We seek to build sustainable high-quality partnerships with employers to best serve your needs for talent and our students' high potential to succeed with your company. Please do not hesitate to contact our External Relations Team with any questions or if you would like to set up a meeting to discuss these opportunities.
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.
Formally known as Redhawk Network, Handshake invites you to post jobs and internships at no cost.
We have dedicated professional interview rooms available on campus to provide you a comfortable space in which to meet with student candidates. Requests to conduct on-campus interviewing should be done through the Redhawk Network, powered by Handshake. Once logged in on your Home page, click the "Request an Interview" button.
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We will work with you to arrange targeted on-campus visits to match your schedule or during key industry weeks. Information Sessions are typically held 12:30 PM - 1:20 PM on Tuesdays or Thursdays. When you submit a request, our team seeks to secure an on-campus partner (example: student club, research center, academic department) before we can confirm your event. This helps us gauge fit for both employers and students.
Requests to schedule an Information Session should be done through the Redhawk Network, powered by Handshake. Once logged in on your Home page, click the "Create an Event" button and in the Type section, select Info Session.
*Please note: These are typically more intimate events. When you "Create an Event", this does not guarantee an on-campus Information Session as it is subject to availability and campus partner collaboration.
Recruit students from all majors by attending one of our fairs throughout the year for your part-time, full-time or internship opportunities. For questions, check out FAQ or contact the department indicated below:
|Fall||Business & Engineering Fair||Tuesday, Oct 16, 2018||Aug 2018||Albers Placement Center|
|Fall||Post-Graduation Service Fair||Thursday, Nov 1, 2018||Sept 2018||Career Services|
|Winter||Career & Internship Fair||Tuesday, Feb 12, 2019||Nov 2018||Career Services|
|Spring||Industry & Inclusion Day||Tuesday, April 16, 2019||Feb 2018||Career Services|
Seattle University reserves the right to be selective when determining which organizations will be represented at special events such as career fairs, networking events or group information sessions. Decisions related to participation and time preference will be made in a fair and equitable manner after considering factors such as space availability, student interest, and positions available.
We hope that an organization will not cancel, but in the event that an organization chooses to withdraw completely from the event, the following refund schedule will apply. Once your registration is confirmed, our cancellation policy is in effect. The following cancellation policy applies:
All changes and cancellation requests must be in writing. No refunds will be issued less than two weeks prior to the event and you remain responsible for paying any outstanding balance. Outstanding bills from this and previous events must be paid and may prevent participation in future Career Services events.
Organizations that do not check-in by the event start time on the day of the event will be considered a “no show." Your spot may be reassigned and the organization will be billed for the event in full. Outstanding bills from this and previous events must be paid and may prevent participation in future Career Services events.
In the event, a fair must be canceled or the date moved, organizations that have already paid will have the option to receive a full refund or have the registration fee applied to the next scheduled fair. If circumstances warrant, the director reserves the right to extend the final deadline.
Recruiters and employers may only use fairs to identify and recruit candidates for employment and/or their academic programs. Recruiters may not sell their products/services or solicit the future purchase of products/services at a fair.
Last updated 11/20/17