At the Center for Career and Calling, employers are instrumental partners in the vocational and professional development of SPU students and alumni. You’re a key stakeholder in the future of our graduates. Because of this, we offer you a number of resources and services.
Building your presence on our campus will have a significant impact on your recruitment success. Meet with our Employer Relations team to prepare an SPU-specific recruiting plan to help you increase awareness of your brand among our students and alumni — as well as find excellent candidates.
Contact Employer Relations Manager Elle Gohr at email@example.com or 206-281-2482 to learn more about these opportunities, or indicate your interest in the Handshake contact database:
Through our mentor module, you can connect directly with students seeking help with their career paths. Here are some of the ways to connect:
Seattle Pacific University’s Center for Applied Learning has built strong ties to the Puget Sound business community. Its Mentor and Entrepreneurship programs provide unique opportunities for both graduate and undergraduate students to put faith into practical action within their chosen fields.
You can advertise open positions — jobs, internships, or volunteer opportunities — in The Falcon, SPU’s weekly student-run newspaper. By doing so, you’ll increase brand awareness on campus and find excellent candidates.
Find out about upcoming events both on campus and in the community — including career and internship fairs, career meet-ups, employer panels, etiquette dinners, and more.
To learn more about building your campus presence, contact CCC Employer Relations Manager Elle Gohr at
firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-281-2482.
Handshake connects you with SPU students and alumni to streamline a host of career services, resources, and opportunities. Find great candidates, register for events, and more.
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