Posting a Job or Post-graduation Fellowship

The Middlebury Center for Careers and Internships uses Handshake to post entry level job opportunities for graduating seniors or recent graduates.

Click here to post your opportunity in Handshake.

 

If we have any questions, we'll follow up. Once the position is approved and posted in Handshake, you will receive a automatically-generated message informing you of the approval. We'll then promote your opportunity to our students.  After the application deadline, we will follow up with you to discuss candidate selection outcomes. We believe that this an important, mutually beneficial element of our relationship with you that will enhance your experience recruiting Middlebury graduates.

A Few Tips for Making Your Posting More Effective:

  • Use a title that is descriptive of the function that will be performed.
  • Be sure to select the job function from the drop down menu that best fits the job for which you are recruiting; students interested in that function will be notified of your open role.
  • Use multiple postings if you are seeking candidates for different functional positions.
  • A complete and accurate job description is critical to attracting the appropriate candidates. Keep the job description brief but reflective of the work associated with the position; make sure to include any factors of the position or your organization that you feel make it distinctive and desirable.
  • Qualifications should express the key competencies required.  If you wish to target select, specific majors, please include them in the qualifications.  A preferred level of competencies may also be included.
  • We recommend your posting period (posting date to expiration date) be no longer than 75 days in duration.  We do not accept repetitive postings of the same opportunity within a single semester.  You may however, repost the opportunity again in a subsequent semester.
  • Include your desired start dates.
  • 3rd party recruiter postings must specify the employer of the position.
  • We recommend scheduling on-campus interviews at least six weeks in advance to secure your preferred date(s) and to allow sufficient time for the application process. You may want to schedule several months in advance for high demand periods such as September, October, and November.