Washburn Career Services is open Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. and is located temporarily in Morgan Hall, Room 159. Call us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Perhaps the greatest tribute to Washburn University is the success of its graduates. Washburn alumni hold prestigious positions in diverse areas such as communications, industry, finance, education, and government. We are confident Washburn students and alumni can meet your employment needs. At WU Career Services, we are committed to helping you locate these individuals.
To access BodJobs, use the link at right. If new to BodJobs, create new contact profile. Popup blockers must be disabled to use BodJobs. Access to student resumes will be delayed until Career Services activates your profile. You will get an automated email from BodJobs when your account is activated. NOTE: Individuals and families may not post on BodJobs.
Employer's Guide to BodJobs
Principles for Professional Practice from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). Employers recruiting at Washburn University are expected to abide by the Principles and the Washburn University non-discrimination policy.
Professional Standards for University Relations and Recruiting from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) (pdf will open in new window)
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Departments at Washburn work with internships in different ways. The departments of education, social work, allied health, and the School of Nursing place interns as part of the required academic program. For other departments, students locate their own internships. Some departments require internships, others do not.
To hire an intern, please first post the internship on BodJobs. If the internship is specific to a particular major, Career Services will forward to the department for further distribution to students in that department after the internship is posted.
Remember that you need to follow fair and equitable recruitment practices, which includes making your internship available to all qualified applicants. Posting on BodJobs will fulfill that requirement. Directly contacting a faculty member will not. Most departments will refer you back to us to post your internships on BodJobs.
Washburn expects internships to meet the definition of internship as developed by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) as linked below. Not all part-time opportunities will qualify as internships! Please be sure that you are in compliance with U.S. Department of Labor regulations regarding internships.
UNPAID INTERNSHIPS ARE STRONGLY DISCOURAGED in light of recent litigation.
Career & Graduate School Fair – September
Health Care Career Fair – October/November
Education Interview Day – December and March
Spring Career Fair – February
To register for a Campus Career Event, use the Career Events tab in your BodJobs account.
Career Services can serve as a liaison in contacting specific faculty members or student organizations.
Developing your brand on campus starts with your presence. Your attendance at career events makes you visible to the largest number of students at one time. Please consider attending career fairs and conducting on-campus interviews. We can also assist you with scheduling information tables in the Memorial Union between scheduled career events.
Washburn University Career Services provides services to candidates without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, marital/parental status, sexual orientation or gender identity and expects employers to do the same.
As a member school of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), Washburn University requires employers to abide by the NACE Principles for Professional Practice.