Thank you for your interest in recruiting at Wittenberg University. All of the services provided by Career Services are free of charge to employers, including our Internet job boards. If you want to recruit Wittenberg students and recent grads exclusively, please register on www.myinterfase.com/wittenberg/employer/. Once you complete the registration process, you will be able to request on-campus visits and résumé books as well as post job and internship openings.
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If you are planning on scheduling a campus visit, please check out our Calendar of Events to see when other recruiters have arranged visits. Information about university holidays and breaks is available on the Academic Calendar.
If you want to recruit Education majors or minors for teaching positions, please contact Wittenberg's Teacher Placement office at (937) 327-6318.
Want to meet individually with students or recent graduates to interview for full-time or internship positions? Interview rooms can be reserved for Fall or Spring semesters by completing the request form on www.myinterfase.com/wittenberg/employer/ (which is accessible once you register on our Job and Internship Board) or contacting the Career Services office, at 937-327-7521 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Your interview date will be advertised to students and recent graduates through our events calendar and schedules posted in the Career Services office. (Recruiters also have the option of reviewing student résumés posted on our Job and Internship Board and contacting candidates directly to request that they sign up on the interview schedule posted in the Career Services office. Please note that our scheduling process is not automated; to prevent duplicate schedules, students need to sign up using the hard copy schedule posted in our office.) Because of limited office space, employers can only interview on campus once per semester.
To maximize your visibility to students, we strongly encourage you to use our Internet job boards: www.myinterfase.com/wittenberg/employer. For your convenience, we can create the electronic posting(s) for you. In order to do this, we need a job description and a designated contact within your company along with his/her e-mail address, phone number, and postal mailing address. This information should be sent to Career Services, at email@example.com (937-327-7521). The contact will need to sign and return our release form before the opening(s) can be posted to students and recent grads.
You can access the résumés of students and recent grads by either 1) reviewing those posted on our Job and Internship Board (includes résumés of those from Wittenberg) or 2) requesting that we compile a résumés book for you. Résumés books are sent via e-mail and just include résuméss from the senior class at Wittenberg. To request one, please contact Career Services, at 937-327-7521 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your organization wants to create an internship position for a Wittenberg student interested in a work experience that will allow them to gain academic credit, please contact Career Services, at 937-327-7521 or email@example.com.To post an opening for an existing internship, please enter the information into the Job and Internship Board. If you also want the posting to be filed in the Career Services library and shared with faculty internship coordinators, please send a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org or Wittenberg University, Career Services, P.O. Box 720, Springfield, OH, 45501.
Part-time and seasonal jobs can be posted for free on our Job and Internship Board or by sending job announcement(s) to the Career Services office. There are several advantages to posting your information on the our Job and Internship Board system: greater exposure to students, you control how long the posting can be viewed, and postings can be archived to make future recruitment easier.
Looking to fill jobs at a summer camp? Consider participating in Camp Fair, an event that is held on campus on the last Wednesday in January. Participation is free. Click here to get a copy of the Camp Fair registration form. Space is limited, and registrations are processed on a first come, first served basis.
Many employers conduct information sessions on campus in advance of, or in lieu of, on-campus interviews. Sessions can be arranged by completing the request form on our Job and Internship Board or by contacting the Career Services office, at 937-327-7521 or email@example.com. The university's policy is for employers to arrange their information sessions through the Career Services office. If you are wanting to make a visit to a class, please do not contact faculty members directly. Additionally, our policy limits the scheduling of information sessions to one day per semester.
Tables can be staffed by recruiters or Wittenberg students who are past/current employees of your organization. To schedule a table in the Student Center, please complete the request form on our Job and Internship Board. Given the demand, tables are only available once a semester.
Recruiters are encouraged to volunteer their time by serving as mock interviewers. To schedule a date for students to practice their interview skills with you, please contact the Career Services office, at 937-327-7521 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Employers are invited to give presentations and seminars on various career and job search topics that will benefit our students such as how to effectively market oneself to employers and writing winning cover letters. To see what workshops are scheduled for the academic year, click here. To discuss ideas for a potential workshop or seminar, please contact the Career Services Director, at 937-327-7521 or email@example.com.
The Torch is Wittenberg's student-run newspaper. It is published every Thursday during the school year, except over winter and spring breaks. To advertise, please call the paper at 937-327-6151.
Connecting with student organizations is a great way to raise awareness of your organization's opportunities. For a list of student organizations at Wittenberg, visit the Student Organizations directory.
Career Services is located in room 210 of the Shouvlin Center. The Shouvlin Center is designated as building #18 on the campus map, and is located off of West Ward Street.
Wittenberg University is located in Springfield, OH and is approximately 60 minutes from the Columbus airport and 35 minutes from the Dayton airport. Click here for travel directions from these airports.
A list of Springfield hotels is found in our Springfield City Guide.
A partial listing of restaurants in Springfield as well as Yellow Springs, a popular travel spot within 20 minutes of campus, is found in the Springfield City Guide.