Welcome to Career Services at Wheaton College—your link to recruiting Wheaton’s talented students and alumni. We welcome opportunities to partner with employers and alumni to facilitate connections with our uniquely talented students to fill your employment or internship needs. If you would like to post positions for part-time or summer jobs, internships, or post-grad full-time employment, please request an account in Handshake.

Services for Employers

  • Post internships or jobs for students and full-time positions for graduating seniors and alumni in Handshake.
  • On-Campus* Information Sessions – Reserve a classroom or an information table to educate students about your organization. Sessions can be scheduled anytime during the year.
  • On-Campus* Interviews are a great follow-up to an information session or an opportunity for you to fill your internship or open positions. Schedule time to meet and interview students for opportunities within your organization by requesting an interview schedule on Handshake.

If you would like to participate in any of the above-described programs, please contact us via email at careerservices@wheatoncollege.edu.

Students and alumni: search Handshake for jobs, internships and career-related events. Employers: post opportunities here on Handshake.


Campus visits*

We will be happy to schedule your visit to campus and will accommodate requests for either an open schedule or one that will allow you to screen resumes in advance.

*Please note that on-campus programming is currently suspended due to COVID-19. However, we are happy to explore virtual programming options as an alternative.

Defining an Internship and Best Practices

Wheaton College adheres to the U.S. Department of Labor guidelines, and the National Association of College and Employers Best Practices to define internship experiences.   Employers considering creating and/or posting internship positions should meet these guidelines.

U.S. Department of Labor Internship Program Guidelines (pdf)

NACE Internship Best Practices