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Employers

 

The Academic and Career Advising Center offers an array of employer services designed to help you find Humboldt’s top quality students and academic programs. We can help you gain visibility on campus and meet your short-term and/or long-term hiring goals. Whether you want to hire a student for an immediate opening or to fill multiple positions with future graduates, we can help you find a service solution to meet your needs.

Posting Jobs & Internships

Sign up for Humboldt Handshake – Humboldt Academic and Career Advising Center's free on-line job listing service and you can list any opportunity you like including: Part-time, Full-Time, Internships, Volunteer, Work-Study and Summer/Seasonal.

Employer Recruitment Information

Greetings from - Academic and Career Advising Center. We assist with year-round recruiting and looking forward to working with you to meet your recruitment needs. All career services events, career fairs, and recruitment opportunities will take place virtually this semester as the Academic and Career Advising Center functions remotely.  

Signature Recruiting Events:

  • Part-Time Job Fair - Wednesday, August 24th, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • Career and Volunteer Expo - February 2023
 
Can’t attend our signature events? We are happy to help you navigate and post job opportunities to Handshake, our online job database.

Recruitment Opportunities: 

  • Information sessions
  • Industry chats/panels
  • Participation in our Virtual Internship Week (October)
  • Virtual career fairs
  • Assistance with virtual hiring needs, including facilitating Zoom interviews 
To explore these opportunities or if you have questions about career fairs and virtual recruitment, please contact Emma D at ecd33@humboldt.edu 
 
Thank you for your continued interest in recruiting Humboldt’s talented students and alumni. 
 
Job Posting Options for Community Members:

Employers/Community Members please consider the information below when posting jobs:

COVID-19 Specific Guidelines to consider when working with students:

Before starting employment:
  • Consider discussing with your employee what happens if either of you get sick.
  • What safety measures will be taken?
  • Will masks be worn?
  • Can a distance 6 feet be maintained at all times, most of the time or not at all?
  • Has the employee traveled outside of the county recently?