Ready to hire someone from the Oregon State community? Step one is to post your open positions on Handshake. It is the OSU Career Development Center's online career management system and is your online connection to OSU students and alumni. List part-time jobs for students while they are in school, on-campus jobs, summer full or part-time jobs, internships, and full time positions. Login or register for Handshake.
Tip: For immediate hiring we recommend searching for students with the backgrounds you are seeking directly on Handshake. You can find and download résumés from students who have opted in to making their Handshake profiles visible to employers and/or send individualized messages to these students through the platform to encourage them to apply for your position. Learn how to download résumés.
Interested in hiring international students? Learn how with our easy guide to hiring international graduates.
Next step is to contact clubs and organizations. Search our organization database and reach out to club leadership to advertise your open positions through Handshake. As we already promote the use of the system your request for connection on this system will be aligned with our messaging and increase your return.
To post volunteer opportunities within a 45 minute radius, connect with the OSU Community Engagement and Leadership Center and submit a service or engagement opportunity.
Building your brand on campus is a long term goal to increase interest in your organization through engagement with your organization. The options listed below are some ways to strengthen your organization's brand and give back to the Oregon State University community. Interested in talking through strategy for building your brand? Contact us directly and we'll help you get started.
OSU is home to more than 300 student organizations on campus. Ask your alumni and interns for recommendations or interest in connecting back with organizations they were involved in. Contact student organization leaders directly via the contact information listed in the student organization database. Offer to speak to their groups, or sponsor treks to visit your company, information sessions or organization meetings. Consider sponsoring their organization, as many have partner programs.
Review our comprehensive list of Career Expos, fairs, events and other engagement opportunities. These are great opportunities to connect with students and to build your presence at Oregon State.
Share your expertise and grow awareness of your company by speaking on an employer panel, engaging in an informational interview or hosting a job shadow.