We welcome employer interest in hiring our students and look forward to the opportunity to find ways in which the Albers Placement Center and your company can collaborate. To discuss your on-campus recruiting options, you can contact us at (206) 296-5687 or email@example.com.
Our On-Campus Interviewing (OCI) program offers employers the opportunity to arrange an entire day on campus to conduct interviews with interested, qualified students for internships and full-time positions (available upon graduation). We offer three sessions of On-Campus Interviewing during the academic year: fall, winter, and spring. To request an on-campus interview date, please contact the Albers Placement Center at (206) 296-5687 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Information sessions provide employers the opportunity to educate potential candidates about the advantages and benefits of their company and industry. Our office will assist you with planning logistics and will market your information session to business students. To request an information session, please contact the Albers Placement Center at (206) 296-5687 or email@example.com.
Partner with the Albers Placement Center
Employer support of our programs and events is essential to our success and the success of our students. To discuss partnering with the Albers Placement Center, please contact us at (206) 296-5687 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some specific ways an employer can support students include the following:
Assisting with Resume Reviews: The Albers Placement Center often contacts employers asking them to assist with Resume Reviews. Employers spend 30 minutes meeting with students to offer feedback on the students’ resumes.
Assisting with Mock Interviews: The Albers Placement Center often contacts employers asking them to assist with Mock Interviews. Employers spend 30 minutes meeting with students to offer feedback on the students’ interviewing techniques.
Participating in workshops or panel presentations: The Albers Placement Center often contacts employers to be part of panels on specific career-related topics of interest to students.
Etiquette Dinners: During a three-course meal, with guidance from a guest etiquette consultant, students gain knowledge about professional business behavior. In past years, the dinners have often been sponsored by an employer, who provides financial support, is included in the marketing material, and introduces part of the evening.