Career Services Recruiters
Welcome to Wabash College Schroeder Center For Career Development
Thank you for your interest in Wabash College talent. We work with both current students and alumni, who are seeking a wide variety of opportunities in locations throughout the world. Our office welcomes all recruiters, with the exception of those who charge a fee or investment from candidates or new hires. We operate on a no-hoops, no-hassle philosophy of recruiting and our recruiting services are offered at no charge.
Post An OpportunityOUR SERVICES FOR RECRUITERS
To post a job, internship, fellowship, graduate school program or any other type of opportunity, you can either:
- email the position description and details to Casey Hockersmith, firstname.lastname@example.org or
- create an account in our Handshake system, https://wabash.joinhandshake.com/register to post the position to Wabash College and other colleges utilizing the system.
There is no charge to post in our system. We post listings for 30 days unless you specify a deadline date. We do not post continuous listings.
Set Up a Resume Referral
Resume Referrals work much like a posting, except we market referrals via an email to students and resumes are submitted in one email bundle on the deadline date you choose. We can set very short deadlines (one week) for such referrals. Once you receive the resumes you can either follow up directly with candidates of interest, or schedule on-campus or phone/Skype interviews through us.
Hold An Information Session On-Campus or Via Group Skype
Such sessions, normally scheduled for 12:00pm or 7:00pm ET, are a great way for you to connect with students to promote your opportunities, build visibility for your organization with potential candidates, and answer student questions. Many employers schedule such a session in advance of On-Campus Interviews. We market your session to students and manage RSVP’s. To schedule a session, contact Casey Hockersmith, email@example.com, 765-361-6414.
Schedule On-Campus Interviews
We manage On-Campus Interview schedules throughout the academic year. Our process is simple: you email us a position description to post, we gather resumes (and cover letters if you like) and send them to you, you select the candidates you’d like to interview and we create your interview schedule. Interviews take place in our center. To schedule On-Campus Interviews, contact Casey Hockersmith, firstname.lastname@example.org, 765-361-6414.
Participate In Mock Interview Programs
These programs are a great way for you to connect with potential talent and help students develop their interview skills as well. We schedule Mock Interview Weeks once each semester utilizing employers as the interview experts. To participate, contact Cassie Hagan, email@example.com, 765-361-5594.
On and Off Campus Events, Presentations, Workshops
Each academic year we host a variety of events both on and off campus, including networking events, employer site visits, Professional Immersion Experience (PIE) Trips, and workshops. We are always seeking employer participants and speakers for these events. To discuss possibilities, contact Scott Crawford, firstname.lastname@example.org, 765-361-6355.
Host A Wabash Intern or Extern
We offer Wabash-funded programs to help support Wabash students for internships and externships. The majority of our funding sources support Indiana-based opportunities, but we do manage a Small Business Internship Fund for internship opportunities outside IN with Wabash alumni. Internships are usually, but not exclusively, summer opportunities, while externships (one-day to one-week project based opportunities) are scheduled year-round. To learn more, contact Scott Crawford, email@example.com, 765-361-6355.
ABOUT WABASH COLLEGE
Details on the College’s mission and educational philosophy: http://www.wabash.edu/aboutwabash/mission
Information on our academic programs: http://www.wabash.edu/academics/majors.
2015-2016 AcademicYear DATES TO KNOW
|Thursday, August 27th||Classes Begin|
|Monday, September 28-Saturday, October 3||Homecoming Week|
|Thursday, October 15-18||Fall Break|
|Monday, November 9-Saturday, November 14||Bell Week|
|Saturday, November 21-Sunday, November 29||Thanksgiving Break|
|Wednesday, December 9-Friday, December 11||Dead Week|
|Friday, December 11||Last day of classes|
|Monday, December 14-Friday, December 18||Final Exam Week|
|Saturday, December 19-Sunday, January 17||Christmas Break|
|Monday, January 18||Classes Resume|
|Saturday, March 5-Sunday, March 13||Spring Break|
|Monday, March 14th||Classes Resume|
|Wednesday, April 27-Friday, April 29||Dead Week|
|Friday, April 29||Last day of classes|
|Monday, May 2-Friday, May 6||Final Exam Week|