Employer Information

Hire the Best

*SAVE THE DATE:

JBU Virtual Hiring & Networking Fair March 24, 2021

Details will be announced soon.

Check out our Fall 2020 Employer Newsletter. 

Important Information for Employers:

COVID-19

We currently have suspended on-campus visits until further notice. Once the restrictions have been lifted, we will post that here as well as send a notice through Handshake. We are still offering virtual events. Please see our Employer Visit Day page for more information.

Partner with JBU Career Development!

The Career Development Center’s Partnership Program creates opportunities for companies to interact with our students and help increase their brand visibility at John Brown University. With this program, the Career Development Center works hand in hand with the companies to educate students on their career paths, establish connections with them, and recruit on campus. We have Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Employer Spotlight Partnerships. 

Gold, Silver, and Bronze Partnerships

We have filled all 8 of our Gold, Silver, and Bronze partnerships for the 2020-2021 school year. For more information on the partnerships, click here. After restrictions have been lifted, you can find our regular partnership program for 2020-21 here. JBU Career Development will decide which partnership is used, but will work with organizations who are under restrictions in their states. Please be sure to review both versions upon consideration.

Employer Spotlight

Our Employer Spotlight Partnership offers employers one-time sponsorship opportunities that help increase your visibility, while working within your sponsorship budget. Our sponsorship partnership was created to give your organization an opportunity to promote current and upcoming employment opportunities, programs or events during an optimal recruitment time. Learn more here.

Post Job Opportunities

John Brown University students are talented and well-rounded individuals who excel in their fields. Recruit talent at John Brown University and let students know about your company's internships, part-time, and full-time positions.   

Before posting a job, please check out our Recruiting and Internship Policies.

Post job opportunities on our job board, JBU Handshake

What Kinds of Students Does JBU Have?

Students at John Brown University have vast skill sets and experience from their time spent in the classroom, in the community, and at internships and jobs. Take a look at what makes JBU students a positively unique asset to the workforce.

Employer Events

See our Events Page for a list of all of our events and upcoming career fairs.

Virtual Events

Employers and Graduate Schools can create up to two virtual events in Handshake for free per semester. Each additional event will be $15 per event. (FYI: Events are not to exceed past 3 days to count as 1 free event. If events do exceed past 3 days, they will count 3 days per visit with a maximum of 6 days for the semester.) To schedule a virtual event, go to your Handshake homepage and create an event. Please read our Virtual Event Guide before scheduling an event.

Normal Visit Day Process Info:

We encourage all of our employers who want to market their job and internship opportunities to schedule a visit day with us. We will provide a table for you in the Walker Student Center which is a high traffic area for students. For more information and to schedule your visit day, click here. 

Attend a Career Fair

Virtual Hiring and Networking Fair - March 24, 2021 | Time TBA | Watch Handshake for details

(On campus career fairs have been suspended for Fall 2020-Spring 2021) 

Our 2019-2020 Employer & Graduate School Partners

Click on their logos below to learn more about each organization.

 

 

 

              Nabholz ConstructionWildwood Hills Ranch  Northeastern Health System

 

 

Cookson Hills                Glorieta Adventure Camps

  Focus on the Family
JBU factoid

“Last summer, we had two interns from JBU and we were so impressed with them both. Their work ethic, spiritual maturity, and professionalism was a benefit to the ministry and we were sad to see them go!” -Mary Salazar, Internship Program Manager, Focus On The Family

"One of the things we've noticed about JBU students is that they have a strong work ethic"

"Having worked with current students and JBU graduates at multiple companies and in different environments, there is an undeniable common thread among them. Each carries a keen, values-based appetite to achieve and make a meaningful impact for both their organization's bottom line and the wellbeing of their communities."

-Donny Epp, Communications Director, Simmons Foods