All employers are welcome to recruit at Wabash College, with the exception of those who require candidates to pay a fee or make a personal investment in order to be hired. All graduate and professional schools are welcome to recruit. Our recruiting services are offered at no charge. If you would like information on any of these programs or options, or would like to explore additional recruiting possibilities beyond those listed, contact us at 765-361-6414, firstname.lastname@example.org. We have a flexible, customer-service oriented approach to serving employers and graduate schools.
Wabash College Career Services uses E-Recruiting (Experience.com) as our platform for posting job, internship and fellowship opportunities. Through this system, we actively market all postings we receive from employers. We call our posting system WabashWorks.
We partner with OneWire, Indiana InternNet, Going Global, CareerSearch, Internships.com and Current Jobs In Liberal Arts with regard to recruiting resources.
All recruiting-related services are provided to you at no charge.
We list open positions through our WabashWorks (E-Recruiting) system on a continuous basis. Students/alumni apply directly to you in the manner you select. We will keep the listing active for the length of time you specify. To list positions, forward a job description with complete contact information and application deadline to Angie Bridwell.
A Resume Referral differs from a position listing in a couple of important ways. To submit application materials for the position the applicant must possess the qualifications/parameters you’ve selected, which may include degree program/concentration, citizenship status, GPA, language/computer skills, etc. WabashWorks will block unqualified applicants from applying, and we do not post your contact information. In addition, instead of receiving resumes individually, you’ll receive them in a “batch” e-mail on the application deadline date you choose. To set up a Resume Referral, e-mail the appropriate job description(s) to Angie Bridwell.
Through WabashWorks, we manage full-time and internship resume books set up by career interest area. You are welcome to log into our system, search the books and download/print resumes of your choice. Students in the books are aware that this service is available to employers, so feel free to contact those students of interest directly. For login information, contact Angie Bridwell.
Organizations schedule recruiting visits and information sessions during our fall and spring semesters to market their organization and available positions, and/or identify and meet interested candidates. To schedule a session, choose a date and submit a completed On Campus Recruiting Form to Angie Bridwell.
We sponsor a series of events year-round that include organization representatives as presenters. We like to utilize employers as participants, because you present a “real-life” perspective, and students respond well to your input. For employers, this is an excellent means of increasing campus exposure and “pre-identifying” quality candidates. Topics may include resume preparation, interviewing skills, your industry, job search strategies, etc. To participate in a clinic, contact James Jeffries.
On occasion, we take groups of students to meet on site with representatives from organizations. Visits might include a tour of the facility, a presentation on career-related issues or a networking reception. This is an excellent means of showcasing your organization to a group of highly motivated students. Contact Scott Crawford for further information on hosting a visit.
We sponsor a Mock Interviews to prepare students for the upcoming recruiting season. Employers conduct the actual interviews and critique the student’s performance. Employers choose the block of time they’d like and participating students sign up in advance. This is a great opportunity to meet with students before the interview season begins. Contact James Jeffries for details.
Student academic and professional groups are continuously seeking speakers for their meetings and events. These events are often rather informal, and give you the opportunity to develop a working relationship with an involved segment of our student body. Contact James Jeffries to set up a presentation.