Recruit Students and Alumni
Our technology transfer mission, and the partnerships formed as we carry it out, help develop well-trained, thoughtful, smart and collaborative people. Stanford faculty and graduates are frequently hired by our partners — and as employees or consultants often engage Stanford to partner toward new innovations.
Both free and fee-based recruiting services are available to help you find and attract the best talent.
Post a Job or Internship
- Recruit students - Advertise jobs or internships with BEAM, Stanford Career Education, a website exclusive to Stanford. Employers can recruit engineering students at no cost or opt for a fee based partnership. BEAM has a new platform to connect students and employers--it’s called Handshake and it has replaced Cardinal Careers.
- Recruit alumni - Advertise on the Handshake career network. There is no cost to use this service, but registration is required. Stanford alumni may recruit alumni thourgh the Stanford Alumni Association.
Recruit at Career Fairs
There are a variety of career fairs held throughout the year. For a full list and more information, please see BEAM Career Fairs.
Computer Forum Recruiting
Recruting top talent is one of many benefits of joining the Computer Forum, which connects companies with more than 1,000 Stanford Computer Science or Electrical Engineering students. The Computer Forum facilitates on-campus interviews, coordinates company information sessions, hosts a bustling Career Fair, posts job listings at member companies and more.
Schedule on-campus Interviews
Work with Handshake to schedule interviews with students during the fall and winter quarters for full-time and intern/summer positions.
Join an Affiliates Program
Companies often join one of our many affiliates programs to develop relationships with our graduate students. Some affiliates programs also offer recruiting services that allow your company to hold information sessions and student interviews on-campus.
Need to verify a degree? Stanford provides this service through the National Student Clearinghouse.