Recruiting at Wellesley

Career Fair

Recruit at Wellesley

Thank you for your interest in recruiting at Wellesley College. Our Employer Engagement team in Career Education looks forward to working with you to create a customized recruiting plan, tailored to your company or organization's goals. This can include, but is not limited to, posting and promotion of employment and internship opportunities for students and alumnae, participation in career fairs, facilitation of recruiting events, and conducting student interviews.

To participate in recruiting activities, contact We will partner with you to customize your recruitment and campus engagement plan to meet your needs.

All employers who wish to recruit Wellesley students for employment agree to recruit, hire, train and promote individuals without regard to race, color, ethnicity, country of origin, religion, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability or socio-economic background/class. Read our full DE&I Statement, and learn about how you can recruit students at our Employer DE&I Partner Tier of Engagement here.

First Generation

of the incoming class of 2028 are first generation college students


US News and World Report Liberal Arts College Ranking

Language Fluency

of the incoming class of 2028 speak at least one language other than English at home

Highly Selective

of applicants were accepted to the incoming class of 2028, representing Wellesley’s high selectivity

Employer Partners
Wellesley students are extremely motivated with high levels of integrity and work ethic. They take advantage of their available resources to solve complex problems. The students are always asking intelligent questions so they understand the bigger pictures that the analysis they are completing is a part of. Wellesley College's rigorous academics prepare students for challenging internships and provide students with very mature perspectives.
Jake Housman
Senior Manager, Boston Consulting Group

Career Outcomes Rate

of Class of 2023 graduates were employed, accepted to graduate school, participating in a service/volunteer program, or serving in the military within 6 months of graduation
graduate school
still seeking
service program

On-Campus Recruiting Program Policies (Students)

Kate Rettstadt
Kate Rettstadt

Career Education expects all students to abide by the following rules in order to maintain the success and integrity of Wellesley’s recruiting program.

Campus Recruiting Program Policies (Employers)

Kate Rettstadt
Kate Rettstadt

Wellesley College has developed the following guidelines to promote an equitable and fair recruiting experience on behalf of our employers as well as our students. It is our expectation that employers who participate in campus recruiting become familiar with the following policies as well as reference these policies throughout the year. 

Handshake Disclaimer & Employer Policies

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Wellesley Career Education

Career Education explicitly makes no representations or guarantees about job postings and external events, or the accuracy of the information provided by an employer/organization/graduate school.

Opportunities for Wellesley Alumnae to Engage with Students via Internships

Destiny M. Barletta

Learn about the various ways that alums can offer internships to students.

Employer Engagement Opportunities Menu (2024–2025)

Kate Rettstadt
Kate Rettstadt

This menu is available to employer partners who are offering summer internship and/or full-time roles.

Employer Engagement Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

Kate Rettstadt
Kate Rettstadt

Read our DE&I statement and learn about how employers can engage with Wellesley at a DE&I Partner Tier of Engagement by meeting our criteria for DE&I standards.