Job opportunities, internships, and more can be posted on Handshake, a service where Denison students can review and apply for jobs, and employers can view candidates for their job postings at their convenience.
Employers, you can post jobs and connect with Denison students by joining Handshake now!
Our On-campus Recruiting program provides employers with an opportunity to interview students from a variety of academic majors who are seeking either full-time or internship opportunities.
One of the most effective methods for recruiting students is to develop and maintaining a visible presence on campus. You can connect with students at Denison University by utilizing the On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) Program, which runs during the months of September, October, November, February, March and April.
If you would like to schedule information sessions, information tables and/or on-campus interviews, please complete the Online Recruiting form. Your request will be followed up in a timely manner to confirm participation and further develop your recruitment plan.
Liberal Arts Career NetWORK (LACN)
Denison University is now a proud member of LACN. The Liberal Arts Career NetWORK (LACN) is a consortium of 31 top liberal arts colleges and universities which collaboratively maximizes technology to develop innovative resources and initiatives, positioning students and graduates for a competitive advantage in the global marketplace.
The LACN job and internship database is the premier source for recruiting 70,000+ high-achieving students from these schools. It is a free and convenient way to market internships, summer positions, and full-time jobs directly to qualified candidates who are actively searching for these opportunities.
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If you need assistance using Handshake or LACN, please contact Kati Bear.
Recruiting Policies & Disclaimer
The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration educates students, alumni, faculty, and staff regarding a wide variety of job search strategies, including third party employment services. Individuals can then determine whether utilizing these services will be of benefit to them.
Definition of third-party recruiter: According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, 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. This definition includes, but is not limited to, employment agencies, search firms, contract recruiters, and resume referral firms. (Note: Temporary agencies are not third-party recruiters. They are employers who pay individuals to perform work at a client organization.)
Third-Party Recruiter Services provided by Denison University The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration:
- Third-party recruiters who are hiring for positions within their own organization may have the opportunity to submit their job to be posted online and have access to on-campus recruiting privileges.
- Third-party recruiters who are hiring for positions outside their own organization may have positions posted online provided they disclose the name of the clients they represent within the job descriptions and at the discretion of The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration staff. The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration reserves the right to confirm any information provided about the company hiring.
Conditions: By participating in these services, organizations agree that they will adhere to EEO standards in all recruiting activities, that no fee will be charged to any candidate at any time, and that organizations will not disclose student information under any circumstances to other entities without the student's prior written consent.
Positions that employ students for a private individual (i.e. babysitter, tutor, caretaker, etc.).
Non-degreed student jobs and internships that are compensated only by commission, including independent contractor positions (i.e. that may require the individual to bear product expenses, be responsible for income taxes, and may not guarantee worker's compensation or unemployment insurance).
All positions that require a fee payment or investment prior to employment (i.e. entrepreneurial employers, multi-level marketing/pyramid structured organizations). The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration defines entrepreneurial employers as those organizations that require the job seeker to make an initial financial investment or fee payment as a condition of employment. Entrepreneurial employers also include those organizations that provide financial incentives to staff who recruit new hires for the organization and for which the recruiting staff member receives a portion of the new hire's commission.
The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration defines multi-level marketing/pyramid structured organizations as a way of selling goods and services through distributors. If you sign up to sell the goods or services as a distributor, you will receive commissions for your sales. MLM plans that promise to pay commissions through two or more levels of recruits (i.e. if you receive commissions on both your sales and the sales of people you recruit as distributors) are known as pyramids and are illegal in many states. Furthermore, entrepreneurial employers, multi-level marketing/pyramid structured organizations will not be provided with any online or on-campus recruiting services through The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration at Denison University.
All employers must adhere to:
- National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles of Professional Practice
- Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) laws and regulations
- Recruitment and employment laws for the state of Ohio and the federal government
- Guidelines established by The Knowlton Center for Career Exploration and Denison University