Campus Recruiting

What is Campus Recruiting?

The Campus Recruiting program offers opportunities for employers from diverse organizations and companies to recruit students, specifically from Wellesley, for internship and full-time opportunities. The Campus Recruiting program and all related activities are taking place virtually for Fall 2021.

 Guide to Campus Recruiting

What types of Campus Recruiting events are available?

  • Recruiting Weeks (formerly Career Fairs): Virtual Recruiting Weeks are large-scale events where you can learn more about a variety of organizations seeking to recruit Wellesley students for open jobs and internships and meet their representatives. 

  • Employer Connection Sessions: Employers often offer information sessions to share more about their company, about their open jobs and internships, and about their company culture. These events are a great opportunity to meet recruiters, build your network, and ask questions. They will often include skill-building activities for you to learn more about how to be a strong applicant. You can find these events in Handshake.

  • Campus Interviews: Employers hold Wellesley-specific interview days to meet the candidates who have applied for their open positions. You can find and apply for these specific opportunities by selecting “On-Campus Interviews” under the Events tab in Handshake. 

Why should I participate in the Campus Recruiting program?

The job search may often be daunting. Campus Recruiting is an incredible resource to find opportunities that fit your interests, experiences, and background. At these events, you will be able to meet with employer representatives and alumnae, who will become part of your career network and even your personal advisory board. At Career Education, we encourage students to build their personal advisory board. This board, which may consist of representatives you meet at Campus Recruiting events, will serve as mentors and advisors with the capacity to help you throughout your entire career.