The Macalester College Career Development Center has the tools and expertise to make your staffing efforts efficient and productive.
The Macalester Career Development Center and Internship Program use Handshake, our new fast and powerful career services platform.
Employers can use Handshake to post jobs and internships, identify qualified candidates, monitor applications, manage on-campus recruiting activities, and register for Macalester career fairs.
Post a job or internship
Job and internship postings must require enrollment in or a degree from an undergraduate program and three or fewer years of experience. Rolling or annual postings require an end date within 30 days of the posting date and can be renewed as needed.
By posting a job or internship opportunity, you agree to comply with all federal and state regulations regarding Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity and to follow the National Association of Colleges and Employers Principals of Professional Practice.
If you’re looking for an unpaid intern, be sure to review Internship Programs Under The Fair Labor Standards Act (pdf). Learn more from the Internship Program.
Need to fill other positions?
Get the best access to Macalester students for part-time or summer work by posting jobs here. By posting, you agree to comply with all federal and state regulations regarding Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity and to follow the National Association of Colleges and Employers Principals of Professional Practice.
Recruit on campus with an information session or table
We’d love to host you on campus for a presentation or information table. If you are posting positions that require enrollment in or degree from an undergraduate program, find out how you can gain more visibility at Macalester by contacting recruiting coordinator Annie Doman or 651-696-6598.
Attend a Career Fair
Our Fall Career Fair on September 18, 2017 will feature companies with open positions with Summer 2018 start dates. Register now. Registration for our Spring Career Fair on April 3, 2018, highlighting organizations in government, arts, communications, and nonprofit sectors will open in the spring.