Information for Employers

Engaging with Edgewood College

Edgewood College offers more than 40 undergraduate programs, providing both a strong foundation in the liberal arts and career-oriented training. The Career Development Department provides many options to help fulfill employers’ hiring needs by connecting them with qualified students and graduates. For more information on engaging with Edgewood College, please see the resources below.

 

Thank you,

Edgewood College Career Development Department

DeRicci 206 | 608.663.2281 | success@edgewood.edu |  Mon-Fri 8:00AM - 4:30PM

Handshake

Edgewood College utilizes  Handshake, an online career management system, for students and employers to manage their job search activities.

Through Handshake, you will be able to post job openings, internship opportunities, search for candidates, and manage your online presence with our students.

Edgewood College Employer Recruiting Policy

Please take a moment to review the Edgewood College Employer Recruiting Policy before engaging with our students.

Events & Programs

From workshops, information sessions, and panels to career fairs, and mock interviews, Edgewood College holds a variety of career development events throughout the year for employers to participate in.

For more information on events and engaging with students, please contact:

Laura Bennett, Internship & Career Development Coordinator

Richelle Kasten, Inclusive Internship Project Coordinator

Internship Programs

If you are interested in hosting an intern, or would like help developing your internship program, please contact:

Laura Bennett, Internship and Career Development Coordinator 

Looking for some quick tips on how to develop an internship program or refine an existing one? Check out our Internship Development Guide for Employers.

Inclusive Internship Project

The community needs a strong workforce —beyond quantity of workers, our economy will benefit from the contributions of quality employees. This includes not only technical skills, but also excellent communication and interpersonal skills, and the ability for self management. These “soft skills” can be learned on-the-job, but students who learn these early will be able to contribute to their companies faster and more efficiently. By participating in the Inclusive Internship Project, student interns receive a stipend through an Edgewood College gift so that your organization has the opportunity to partner with us, progress in your goals and timelines, and still keep finances in check!

For more information, please contact Richelle Kasten, Inclusive Internship Project Coordinator.