Welcome to Career Services at Washington State University Vancouver! Whether you are seeking interns, part-time staff or career professionals, we hope you will consider finding ways to connect with our outstanding students and alumni. We look forward to finding ways to build meaningful partnerships with you that enable to you connect with our students and alumni in significant ways, so please let us know how we can support your recruiting efforts.
If you have any questions or want to learn more about ways to partner with us, please contact Career Services at email@example.com. We look forward to collaborating with you!
Post a job or internship
Handshake provides employers with the opportunity to advertise internships, part-time jobs, and career opportunities to WSU Vancouver students and alumni free of charge.
If you have not done so already, you can join our employer network by creating a Handshake account and requesting to be able to post positions for WSU students and alumni to view.
New to Handshake? Please check out the two minute training videos to help you get started.
Recruit on campus
Each year in October and February, Career Services hosts a two-day Career and Internship Fair that brings over 55 employers to campus to connect with WSU Vancouver students and alumni. This event is an ideal opportunity for employers to connect with students and alumni to start the hiring process before graduation. Employers may request to register for a table by visiting the Events Calendar to register through the Career and Internship Fair event links. Space is limited so please be sure to submit your registration request early.
Check the events calendar in mid-July and late-October for details and registration information.
About WSU Vancouver
As one of four campuses making up the Washington State University system, WSU Vancouver offers big-school resources in a small-school environment. WSU Vancouver is proud to provide access to baccalaureate-level education to over 3,200 students as the only four-year research university in Southwest Washington.