Career Services at Saint Louis University is here to provide you with support for your hiring needs by helping you establish your organization’s brand on campus. You can connect with the campus community by posting a job on Handshake, hosting information sessions, attending career fairs and more.
"Transformed by the rigorous, values-based education that Saint Louis University provides, SLU graduates are critical thinkers who are ethically driven, adaptable and always ready to take on new challenges. This gives potential employers a vast pool of talented new hires who possess the knowledge and skills needed to make an immediate impact in the workforce."
— Fred P. Pestello, Ph. D., President, Saint Louis University
Located in the city arts district of St. Louis, Missouri, Saint Louis University is home to more than 8,600 undergraduate students and nearly 5,000 students in graduate and professional programs. As a Jesuit, Catholic university, Saint Louis University fosters the intellectual and character development of its students in a residential environment. Founded in 1818, SLU was the first institution of higher learning west of the Mississippi River and has nearly 100 academic programs.
Create an account on Handshake to post open job and internship opportunities, reserve space for On Campus Interviews, register for recruiting events at Saint Louis University and more.
If you have established an account on Handshake, you can post internships and other employment opportunities directly from your dashboard.
On-Campus recruiting interviews are scheduled for full-time, internship and summer opportunities. All on campus interviews are held in the Career Services suite, Busch Student Center 331, unless otherwise noted.
Handshake Guides to On-Campus Recruitment
Questions? Email email@example.com.
To reserve space for an information table or open house, contact Megan Shaffer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following events are available for employer registration for a fee:
Healthcare Networking Social: Monday, September 11, 2017 10:30-1 p.m.
Accounting Pre-Interview and Networking Fair: Thursday, September 14 4-6 p.m.
Fall Career and Graduate School Fair: Wednesday, September 27, 2017 12-4 p.m
Career Services offers organizations the opportunity to enhance their exposure to the campus community through participation in our sponsorship program. There are three levels that an organization may choose to participate in the program at: Platinum, Gold or Silver. Each level has a variety of benefits that the organization can take advantage of through Career Services and the University.
To learn more about becoming a Premier Partner, contact Karl Aldrich at email@example.com.
If you have questions or concerns regarding the following career services employer policies, please contact our assistant director, Karl Aldrich, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will only post positions based at commercial businesses. Home-based business, in-home childcare or nanny positions will not be posted. This is to ensure that Handshake provides students with safe and worthwhile work experience.
This policy applies to all opportunities, including full-time, internship and part-time positions.
As an alternative, you may purchase a classified ad in the Saint Louis University student newspaper, The University News by calling 314-977-2812 or emailing email@example.com. (The University News is a weekly publication and is printed during the academic year only.)
Please create an employer profile on Handshake and request access to Saint Louis University. After requesting access, a Career Services staff member will review and respond to the employer profile in Handshake.
Submitting a request for access to Saint Louis University in Handshake does not guarantee access. If approved, employers must abide by the following requirements:
In the event that any member of an approved third-party staffing firm fails to uphold the standards discussed above, access to Handshake and Saint Louis University students will be permanently terminated for the entire organization.
The Career Services office reserves the right to ban any organization from campus for violating any guidelines related to office policies and procedures.
The first violation will result in a six month suspension from all campus activities and involvement, including previously scheduled events, and will require a sit down meeting with the assistant director, employer relations and the director of career services.
The second violation will result in a one-year suspension from all campus activities and involvement, including previously scheduled events, and will require a sit down meeting with the assistant director, employer relations and the director of career services.
The third violation will result in a permanent suspension from all campus activities and involvement.
Employer usage of Handshake is limited to employment/recruiting related purposes only. Registered employers must comply with all federal, state, and local laws and established affirmative action/equal employment opportunity regulations and guidelines.
Career Services reserves the right for any or no reason to deny access to any employer, and also reserves the right to refuse and/or edit job postings as deemed warranted by the University in the University's sole and absolute discretion.