Career Services Office
(440) 826-2101, career@bw.edu, (440) 826-2162 (fax)

Employer Resources

Career Services offers a variety of employer services designed to facilitate access to Baldwin Wallace's top quality students and alumni. Whether you are seeking candidates for internships or full-time employment, Career Services can help your organization effectively meet your recruiting needs.

Reasons to Recruit at Baldwin Wallace University:

  • BW combines the hallmarks of a traditional liberal arts education - critical thinking, problem solving, writing and speaking skills - with an emphasis on professional and career preparation. 
  • More than 80 academic majors are available to traditional undergraduates. 
  • 100+ clubs and organizations exist on BW's campus, ranging from academic clubs and honors societies to service, social and recreation clubs. Student involvement provides the opportunity to hold leadership positions and hone these transferrable skills. 
  • BW's proximity to downtown Cleveland and surrounding suburbs increases access to internships, community service and employment opportunities for our students. 

Connect to BW Students and Alumni

  • Yellow Jackets Career Connections — a network of alumni who serve as mentors to students and other alumni
  • Employer meet-and-greet sessions
  • Employer information tables
  • Faculty
  • General and targeted career fairs
  • Job posting and online recruiting on the BW Handshake platform. Create an account or contact Career Services with questions.
  • On-campus interviewing
  • Site visits

Helpful Resources for Employers

Recruitment Events

Annual Career & Internship Expo is a spring semester event that attracts up to 100 companies and organizations from a variety of industries seeking to hire BW students and alumni for internship and full-time employment opportunities. The upcoming expo date is Tuesday, February 18, 2020 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Lou Higgins Recreation Center.
Expo Contact: Jill Carson at (440) 826-2103 or jcarson@bw.edu

Connecting BW’s Future Teachers with Schools is held on the BW campus in April of each year. Graduating seniors and recent alumni meet and network with recruiters from local area school districts seeking to hire BW teacher candidates.

Meet the Accountants Night is held the third Thursday in September from 6-8 p.m. Sponsored by the Accounting Association student organization, Meet the Accountants Night is a dynamic networking event designed to connect employers with Baldwin Wallace University undergraduate and graduate accounting and finance majors.
Meet the Accountants Night Contact: Beth Ehrbar  (440) 826-3816, behrbar@bw.edu 

NOTED (Northeast Ohio Teacher Education Day) is an annual event hosted by a consortium of 12 colleges and universities in Northeast Ohio. NOTED is held during spring semester at the John S. Knight Center in Akron, Ohio. 

Nominate an Outstanding BW Intern

Did you have an exceptional BW student intern at your organization who you would like to nominate for an Outstanding Intern Award? We welcome your nominations!