At Kenyon, we’re committed to developing the habits of mind needed in today’s world through a relentless commitment to the liberal arts. Students are introduced to the demands of multidisciplinary studies and encouraged to find meaningful connections. Undergraduates explore data, ideas, and communicate thoughtful conclusions through refined writing. Kenyon emphasizes writing, regardless of major.
To recruit from Kenyon, explore the links below. We’re confident that at Kenyon you’ll find the interns and recent graduates that will help advance your organization’s mission.
- Post a Job or Internship
- Offer On-Campus Interviews
- Provide Information Sessions
- How to Host a Successful Internship
- Contact the Career Development Office
Our office uses the platform Handshake to promote job and internship opportunities to students and recent alumni.
- If you’re familiar with Handshake, you can log in or create an account.
- If you’re new to Handshake, follow Handshake’s tutorials on how to to get started.
- Review Handshake’s entire library of support articles for employers.
- We work with employers to offer on-site and virtual interviews for opportunities year-round.
- Request an interview schedule through Handshake by following these instructions.
- If you have questions or are unable to find an interview schedule that fits your needs, contact us; we are happy to work with you.
Request an event or information session through Handshake by following these instructions.
Sessions are frequently held during Kenyon’s “Common Hour” on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m., as well as in the evenings Monday-Thursday. Tables are often held during peak student traffic hours in the College’s dining hall, Peirce Hall.
Recent studies have shown that more than 60% of employers report intern-to-permanent hiring practices and that internship experience is the most important résumé credential for landing a job after graduation. It’s no wonder employers and students are both more focused than ever on this important learning-by-doing model. However, not all internships are created equal, and in an increasingly competitive landscape for top talent, employers that establish powerful internship experiences are likely to have a better chance of converting interns to full-time employees. Consider these suggestions when developing a transformative internship at your organization.
Contact the Career Development Office about recruiting:
Kenyon College does not discriminate in its educational programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, medical condition, veteran status, marital status, genetic information, or any other characteristic protected by institutional policy or state, local, or federal law. The College requires that all on-campus recruiters provide equal educational and employment opportunities for all Kenyon students.
Individuals with disabilities who require accommodation may contact the Kenyon Career Development Office at 740-427-5165.