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Experience matters at DePauw. DePauw students can participate in an unusual number of experiences both within and outside of the curriculum. They develop, use and excel in the work skills most important to employers. The combination of academic rigor and robust social experience at DePauw helps students become clear thinkers and socially adept employees who are engaged in their communities.

DePauw offers its students a contemporary liberal arts education.  DePauw students know how to think, speak and write effectively and within context. More specifically, we know from our previous employers and internship sponsors that DePauw students can manage projects from start to finish; demonstrate effective leadership and membership within work teams; and read, understand and interpret quantitative and financial data about organizations. 

Resources available to employers include on-campus interviewing; publication of employment opportunities; and direct referrals of interested registrants, including alumni.

Post a Job/Internship —TigerTracks provides students with current internships and job opportunities.  Employers may post an opening free of charge.  You only need to register and post the full opportunity description onto TigerTracks. Click here to log on to your existing account or establish a new account...

Host a Winter Term Extern — Winter Term is an integral component of the DePauw curriculum. Students must participate in three Winter Terms to be eligible for graduation. One option for meeting this requirement is to complete an externship during the month of January. These short-term internships are an opportunity to learn more about career options and build on professional skills, goals, and knowledge in a meaningful way. Students may shadow professionals, contribute to the special projects or research of an organization, and/or participate in the day-to-day operations of a workplace. Students must indicate intent to us by September 27th to receive credit for their Winter Term externship opportunity. Students will be assigned faculty sponsors, with whom they will establish individualized learning objectives. 

On-Campus Interviews — We invite employers to come to campus to interview students. Interviews typically take place between 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, during the fall and spring semesters.

Information Session — One or more of your organization's representatives are encouraged to present information on-campus to increase your visibility.   Sessions typically take place in classrooms or the lobby of the Hubbard Center at either 12:15 p.m or 4:15 p.m., Monday through Friday. 

Information Table at the Union Building — We also invite you to come to campus and do a tabling in Union outside of the dining hall. This allows you to informally talk with students about your organization.

Content-based Information Session, Seminar or Workshop — Some employers find it easier to connect with students by offering a content-based workshop on an area of professional development like interviewing, networking, case studies, etc.

Informal Walk-ins at our Advising Bar — Share information about your organization or profession by taking the time to sit at our walk-in bar in the lobby of the Hubbard Center.  Between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. this is the place to see students.  Informal walk-ins provide you with the opportunity to connect with students within the flow of their normal patterns. 

Career, Graduate and Professional School Fairs — DePauw University has a long history of successful career fairs focusing on employment, graduate and professional school. 

Off-campus and Consortium Interview Events — DePauw participates with other colleges to develop and host off-campus interview events. Contact the staff to learn more about these opportunities.

Principles for Professional Conduct — DePauw University and the Hubbard Center of Student Engagement adhere to the NACE Guidelines regarding college recruiting practices. Click here for more information

Equal Employment Opportunity
DePauw University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer committed to attracting and retaining highly qualified individuals who collectively reflect the diversity of the nation. No applicant shall be discriminated against on the basis of race, national or ethnic origin, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, marital status, religion, creed, or disability. Organizations visiting the DePauw campus are likewise expected to conform to equal opportunity regulations in their recruitment practices.

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