There are several excellent places to post jobs for current Stanford
students. Since you are an Internet startup I recommend that you start
with BASES, the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial
Students. Through the years I?ve seen some very interesting jobs
advertised on their regular job posting mailing lists.
Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students
We are the Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students.
Our goal is to build the next generation of entrepreneurs by
facilitating networking, discussion, education, and hands-on
experience. BASES includes undergraduate and graduate students along
with faculty members from all schools at Stanford including Business,
Engineering, Law, Medicine, Humanities, and the Sciences.
Next, I recommend that you use the Computer Science department?s
Computer Forum to post your jobs. Be sure to review the various
programs for computer science recrutiting.
Stanford Computer Science
Resources for Students & Alumni
Computer Science Department, through the Computer Forum, provides
information and resources for obtaining internships and full time
positions upon graduation. For the past 6 years, the Forum has
partnered with the CDC to provide job resources to CS & EE students.
The Recruiting Program networks affiliated companies with Stanford
CS/EE students. The Computer Forum hosts an annual Career Fair,
schedules on-campus interviews, and special events where member
companies and Stanford students come together to discuss employment
See http://forum.stanford.edu/jobs/ for postings.
In addition to the more specialized recruiting sites, you should also
check out the services offered by the general Career Development
Center serving all students as well as the MBA Career Management
Center in the Graduate School of Business. Both of these might be
appropriate for advertising your jobs. The services offered by the
School of Engineering might also be appropriate for your needs.
Employers with Full-Time / Part-Time Jobs and Internships
Post Jobs for Stanford Students and Alumni
Through our partnership with NACElink, a collaboration between the
National Association of Colleges & Employers, Symplicity, and
DirectEmployers, you can post all of your jobs for Stanford students
and alumni on our Cardinal Careers jobs database at NO CHARGE.
Thank you for your interest in recruiting at Stanford University. The
Stanford Career Development Center offers services, including the jobs
database, Cardinal Recruiting (our on-campus interview program),
career fairs and resume service that can assist you in meeting your
recruitment goals. We also offer you the opportunity to join the
Stanford Career Development Center?s Employer Partnership Program. For
details please click on the banner below.
Each of our services provide you an unique opportunity to meet
students who are looking for jobs in a full-time, Internship, summer
or work study capacity. After reviewing these services, please feel
free to contact the appropriate person listed for additional
MBA Career Management Center
Job Posting to Students and Alumni
The Stanford GSB Job Board is a free, quick, and efficient way for
recruiters and GSB Alumni to communicate MBA-level opportunities to a
highly targeted audience.
Recruit Students & Alumni
Finally, you might want to try the services of PageBites, a new local
job search engine that was recommended in a recent article in the
Web search engine helps students find jobs
October 3, 2005
For job-seeking Stanford students, finding access to widespread
employment listings and sending resumes and cover letters has become a
ritual for any internship, part-time and full-time work.
PageBites.com, (http://www.pagebites.com/ ) a new Internet job search
engine, however, may make this process easier and more effective than
PageBites, a start-up company located in downtown Palo Alto, lets
job-seekers search for openings and employers search for resumes for
I believe one or more of the above links should help you locate
excellent job candidates for the jobs you have at your Internet
Wishing you great success.
~ czh ~
jobs stanford students
personal knowledge of Stanford and college recruiting
Request for Answer Clarification by
19 Oct 2006 08:55 PDT
Wow, thank you so much. Would you be willing to do a similar
question, but for Sweden (where I am right now)? How would we do that
so you are the one who answers? Here's what I'm looking for and then
you can let me know if this is a question you'd like to answer for me
and for how much. I'm thinking $15-20, but you tell me what you think
is reasonable and fair.
1) List of top technical universities in Sweden (probably 4-8 on that
list) with stats, like # of undergrad and grad students (in computer
science type programs, if possible). I'm in Gothenburg and I think
Chalmers is one of them. I'm not sure about the other top schools,
but I know there must be some in places like Stockholm, Lund and
2) From that list, see what you can find along the same lines as the
Stanford question you answered.
That's it unless you have any other suggestions. Thanks!