Welcome employers! Thank you for your interest in recruiting Saint Martin's students. We invite you to post full-time, part-time, internship, and other career opportunities to our online employment database, Handshake. In addition, multiple opportunities are available each year — through career fairs and social networking events — for you to visit campus and meet our students. See what our Saints can do for you!
Post a job
Looking for that perfect employee? You've come to the right place! Post your job on Handshake, Saint Martin's online job posting service. With over 1250 students and alumni members, you're sure to find the perfect match!
Saint Martin's University invites recruiters to attend several on-campus career fairs that occur throughout the academic year. In the fall semester we host career fairs for the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) majors, business, and the social sciences majors.
In the spring, we have historically hosted a large, all majors fair. We have thoroughly enjoyed putting on this event for the community; however, student attendance has increasingly been lower than what we have seen at our smaller fairs. Starting in spring of 2019, we will hold a fair for each of our four schools and colleges!
|College of Education Fair||Thursday, February 14, 2019||Employer registration link open|
|School of Engineering Fair||Wednesday, February 20, 2019||Employer registration link open|
|College of Arts & Sciences Fair||Wednesday, March 27, 2019||Employer registration link open|
|School of Business Fair||Wednesday, April 10, 2019||Employer registration link open|
|STEM Major Fair||Fall 2019 TBD||Registration link open soon|
|Business Major Fair||Fall 2019 TBD||Registration link open soon|
|Careers for the Common Good Major Fair||Fall 2019 TBD||Registration link open soon|
Interested in attending? If you have questions about the event or the registration process, please contact the Assistant Director of Career Development, Alyssa Nastasi.
Washington State Work Study Program
Are you interested in employing a student and getting partially reimbursed the wages? The Washington State Work Study Program has been helping Washington state students and employers meet up and match up since 1974.
For additional information contact the Career Center at 360-486-8842 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.