Recruit at Agnes Scott College and you have access to an unique, diverse and well-qualified pool of candidates:
- Our undergraduate students represent 43 states and territories and 29 countries;
- More than 40 percent of Agnes Scott students will study abroad before they graduate.
- Agnes Scott’s Honor System is one of the oldest in the country; our student self-government is more than 100 years old.
- Historically and presently, Agnes Scott students have earned academia’s most prestigious scholarships including the Marshall, Rhodes, Fulbright, Goldwater, the Pickering Fellowship and the Gates Millennium Scholarship.
Post a Job
Jobs including full time, part time, and temporary can be posted free of charge at www.agnesscott.edu/hireascottie.
Once Career Planning has approved your company’s information, you’ll be able to post jobs. Please allow two business days for processing. Once Agnes Advantage has approved your posting, it will become available to Agnes Scott College students and alumnae. Please allow two business days for processing.
Agnes Scott College adheres to the Principles for Professional Practice of the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE).
Hire an Agnes Scott Intern
An internship is distinguished from other work experiences because it is directly related to a student's program of study and has clearly defined learning objectives. Internships are an educational experience designed to provide the student an opportunity to develop and practice skills by applying academic solutions to real-life problems. The long-term goal of any internship is to develop mutually beneficial relationships between students, businesses and not-for-profit organizations. Internship opportunities can be posted at www.agnesscott.edu/hireascottie
For more information, please contact Professor David Williams, Director of Internships and Experiential Learning at email@example.com or 404 471-6872.
Conduct On-Campus Interviews
Employers recruiting seniors for full-time career positions are welcome to interview on campus at any mutually convenient time. The registration process requires employers to submit position announcements and company information.
Interviews may be scheduled through the Office of Career Planning by calling 404-471-6397 or by contacting Irene Foran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hold an Information Session
The Office of Career Planning welcomes organizations seeking to engage Agnes Scott students. Two weeks’ notice is requested to make necessary facilities arrangements and publicize the visit.
Information Sessions may be scheduled through the Office of Career Planning by calling 404-471-6397 or by contacting Irene Foran at email@example.com.
Recruit an Agnes Scott Student
The Office of Career Planning welcomes organizations seeking to recruit Agnes Scott students. At least three weeks’ notice to make necessary facilities arrangements and publicize your visit. Recruiting tables in high traffic areas are available Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 a.m.- 2 p.m.
Recruiting may be scheduled through the Office of Career Planning by calling 404-471-6397 or by contacting Irene Foran at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Agnes Scott College co-sponsors two career fairs each year, the Georgia Small College Careers Consortium Fair in the fall and the GACE Statewide College to Career Fair in the spring. Additionally, Agnes Scott supports the Emory University career fair.
Georgia Small College Consortium Career Fair: Wednesday, November 13, 2013 noon – 3:00 p.m. Cobb Galleria http://www.georgiacareeropportunities.org
GACE Statewide College to Career Fair: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 www.gace.org/careerfair