Campus Recruiting

Gustavus Career Development is eager to assist employers in identifying candidates for internship and career positions.

 

 

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We use Handshake to Post Internships and Jobs.  You are invited to post positions directly by either logging in to your account or creating a log in Handshake

Employers with accounts on Handshake are welcome to View Candidate Résumés who have published for employers to view. We can also set up a résumé drop for posted positions and submitted résumés are forwarded to you electronically.


Campus Interviews/Events

Please call 507-933-7575 or email career@gustavus.edu to schedule campus interviews and/or information sessions or tables. 

Other campus events include: Careers Possible (September), Accounting Fair (September) and Health Professions Fair (March). Gustavus candidates participate in several on and off campus events - for a full list visit: Career Development Events.


Offer an Internship

We welcome you to offer an internship position. Internship positions can be offered during the Fall or Spring Semester, during January Interim or during summer, and can range from from 10 hrs/wk to 40 hrs/wk. Gustavus students greatly benefit from the chance to experience their career ambitions and we are confident they will be an asset to your team. Please contact Career Development directly if we can help you offer an internship program.

Further details about the Internship Program available here.


Third Party Recruiters

Gustavus Adolphus College Career Development works with third-party recruiting/staffing organizations* who are able to follow these guidelines (adapted from National Association of Colleges and Employers and the "Principles of Fair Conduct for Temporary Employment Agencies”) outlining professional standards of conduct to insure a productive and successful recruiting relationship.

To source and identify recent graduates and experienced alumni, third party recruiters agree to:

  • Promote “real time” employment opportunities and provide sample listings of such at career fairs and through online postings;
  • Not charge Gustavus applicants for any services rendered;
  • Respond promptly to requests from applicants and Career Center professionals;
  • Follow EEO standards in the screening, recruiting and referring of qualified applicants to employers without regard to the race, color, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation or disability;
  • Provide accurate information to applicants and Gustavus Career Development on the terms and conditions of services;
  • Obtain written consent from applicants prior to disclosing any information to organizations (Under no circumstances can applicant/student information be disclosed for anything other than recruiting purposes nor can it be sold or provided to other entities.);
  • Provide applicants with copies of documents, including signed applications/agreements;
  • Not prohibit, restrict or penalize applicants from accepting a job directly with a client company.

*The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) defines a third-party recruiter as an individual, agency or organization that recruits candidates for temporary, part-time or full-time employment opportunities for another organization.

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Updated 9/13/2016 HB