Thank you for recruiting at Westminster College! We appreciate your organization’s efforts to recruit our students and alumni. Whether you’re a new employer engaging with the Professional Development Center for the first time or a new recruiter with an organization already recruiting with us, we can help you.
Westminster College Professional Development Center partners with numerous businesses to develop and maintain both internship and full time job opportunities that meet both the student's need and the company's. Westminster College Titans are engaged and ready for the challenges and rewards of the world of work. Please contact Jen Hough to further discuss the opportunities available to you, as an employer, and how to connect with the students and alums of Westminster College.
There are a number of ways to connect with Westminster students right on campus. To learn more about these opportunities, contact Jen Hough.
On-Campus Interviews give an employer or company representative the choice to pre-select candidates or hold open interviews while on campus. Pre-selected candidates are those that are reviewed by the employer before the interview, whereas open interviews are open to those students wishing to walk in and have an interview during an appointed time frame.
Information Table visits are those held in our student campus center. Information tables typically are held between the center's busiest hours of 11AM-1PM. This open forum environment allows for students and employers alike to have a more relaxed atmosphere.
Let's Do Lunch events are very popular and for good reason. This program occurs over student's lunch hour and always includes a meal. This casual, yet informative program offers students opportunities to find out more about company and job specifics, while also offering a space to ask questions.
Westminster College and the Professional Development Center is committed to providing employment and experiential learning opportunities regardless of race, color, national origin, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or other protected classifications. All companies and organizations that sponsor on-campus recruiting events along with employment opportunities must adhere to the Equal Employment Opportunity guidelines set forth by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
According to The National Association of Colleges & Employers (NACE 2012), Third Party Recruiters are defined as, "agencies, organizations, or individuals recruiting candidates for temporary, part-time, or full-time employment opportunities other than for their own needs.”
In order for Third Party Recruiters to participate in hiring practices at Westminster College and be in accordance with the ethical standards set forth by NACE (2012) the information below must be disclosed to The Professional Development Center: