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Hiring Brandeisians

Many of our most successful recruiting relationships begin with a Brandeis referral. If you would like to see more Brandeisians working at your organization, help to make it happen in one of the ways below.

Post Jobs and Internships

Do you have an opening for an intern, entry-level or graduate-level employee at your organization?

Share your opening here.

Brandeis career center staff will post it on your behalf in Handshake, our job and internship database searchable by Brandeis students and alumni from the undergraduate program, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, Heller School of Social Policy & Management and International Business School.

If you are a recruiting or HR professional, consider creating an employer account in Handshake to post and manage multiple positions.

If you would like to share postings with Graduate Professional Studies students, submit this form to post open positions via the Brandeis GPS blog. For more information, please contact Michal Miller at memiller@brandeis.edu or 781-736-2174.

Post a Micro-Internship

Hiatt has partnered with Parker Dewey to connect you with Brandeis students through Micro-internships. Regardless of your role, industry, or organization size, students from Brandeis can help! 

Micro-internships allow you to:

  • Quickly support a Brandeis student
  • Improve the effectiveness of your hiring efforts
  • Lower the costs (and risks) associated with onboarding
  • Provide immediate remote help on projects because you or your team is overloaded

Micro-interns become independent contractors of Parker Dewey, so they handle all of the HR administrative burdens including payroll and legalities so you can focus on your project.

Micro-internships help you identify, assess and nurture students who may be prospective job candidates.

For students, micro-internships allow them to demonstrate their skills, explore career paths and build relationships with prospective employers. These paid opportunities typically consist of 20 to 40 hours of work and can occur year-round. Students that participate in micro-internships are paid a fixed rate (at least $12/hour), can complete work remotely and are given a timeline to complete their projects; typically over a two to four week time period. 

See examples of micro-internship projects.

Get Started

Hiatt is notified when you post a position and will help market the opportunity directly to Brandeis students who meet your qualifications.

Attend a Career Fair

The Hiatt Career Center sponsors several major career fairs each year. Each event features the opportunity to network with hundreds of undergraduate and graduate students.

Registration coming soon for 2020-21 events.

Connect Brandeis with Human Resources

Whether or not you are part of the hiring process at your organization, you can help Brandeis make connections that may lead to internships or jobs for current students and fellow alumni. All it takes is an email to get started. Email Cary Weir Lytle, associate director of employer relations, to facilitate an introduction.