The Institute offers a comprehensive array of in-person and virtual options for you to recruit our students and alumni.
“We recruit many of our best project and account managers from the Institute because they come with language as well as business skills specifically tailored to the needs of fast-paced, quality-driven technology firms in the Silicon Valley.”
- Stephan Lins, CEO, Medialocate
“The students that graduate from the Institute are some of the most qualified of all the folks coming straight out of school to work here in Washington.”
- Kerry M. Kartchner, Senior Advisor for Strategic Communications, U.S. Department of State
Ways to Recruit Our Students
We are committed to producing a one-stop, results-oriented recruiting experience for your organization. We are excited to assist you in building your brand on-campus, promoting your opportunities, and facilitating a seamless on-campus or virtual recruiting process.
Promote Your Career Opportunities
Please create an employer account with our free online career management site, Handshake.
- Post your job and internship opportunities
- Create customized resume books
- Manage your on-campus recruiting needs
Access Handshake’s 2-minute videos for a quickstart guide, how to post a new job or internship, and more.
Once you have created your Handshake account and/or posted career opportunities, please contact Director of Employer Relations, Bryce Craft, to expedite the approval process.
Host a site visit with our students or recruit for full-time, contract, and internship positions at one of our upcoming career events:
- Translation, Interpretation, and Localization Management Career Fair, Monterey: February 16, 2024
- D.C. Career Exploration Week, Washington, D.C.: March 18-22, 2024
- Community Career Fair, Monterey: September 2024
- San Francisco, Silicon Valley, Monterey Bay area by request during the academic year
Host Information Sessions
Promote your organization and opportunities to students:
- Host an information session on campus, virtually, or at your offices
- Present to student clubs
- Share your expertise in our Career Management course
Participate in our on-campus recruiting program:
- Promote your career opportunities
- Review application materials
- Help set up and manage your interview schedule
- Select candidates
- Reserve your interview space
- Schedule interviews
Keep these dates in mind as you plan your recruiting activities:
- Fall Recruiting: September to December
- Thanksgiving Recess (campus closed)
- Spring Recruiting: February to May
- Spring Break (campus closed): March 15-23, 2024
Hire International Students
Leverage the language skills, market knowledge, and cross-cultural expertise of our students:
- Hire interns utilizing Curricular Practical Training (CPT) or Academic Training
- Diversify your workforce by hiring recent graduates using Optional Practical Training (OPT)
- Our MA in Translation and Localization Management, MA in International Environmental Policy, and MA in Nonproliferation and Terrorism Studies have all been designated as STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) degree programs. International students who graduate from any of these programs may qualify to apply for a STEM 24-month extension of their Optional Practical Training (OPT) work authorization. This is in addition to the standard 12-month OPT, resulting in 36 months of OPT work authorization.
- Consult an international student advisor to demystify the process
Questions about posting internship opportunities?
Review our Internship Guidelines.
Please contact Director of Employer Relations Bryce Craft or call (831) 647-6516 to learn more about the many opportunities to connect with our students.