Career Services for Employers

Recruiting Top Talent at Lasell

Thank you for your interest in employing Lasell University students and alumni. We are excited to partner with you in hiring our talented students and alumni. Whether you are a Fortune 1000 company, a non-profit, or a new start-up, the Career Development Center is here to help you meet your recruiting goals.

Post Jobs and Internships

We encourage you to use Handshake, our free 24/7 online recruitment platform, to:

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  • Post internships and jobs (part-time and full-time)
  • Request to participate in on-campus recruitment activities

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Recruiting Policies

Lasell values diversity and invites employers with a similar commitment to fairness to recruit our students and alumni. Please review and abide by our Employer Recruiting Guidelines below.

Employer Recruiting Guidelines
Lasell University adheres to NACE's Principles for Professional Practice. Lasell University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, natural or ethnic origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, or age or handicap in the recruitment and admission of its students, in the administration of its educational policies and programs, or in the recruitment and employment of its faculty and staff.

In addition, each recruiter should be familiar with guidelines established by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and other applicable federal and state laws. Lasell reserves the right to prohibit employer access to any and all recruitment activities.

Posting Unpaid Internships
Lasell University values your interest in recruiting and hiring students into internships. While Lasell posts both paid and unpaid internships for student applications, we expect that for-profit private sector employers familiarize themselves and comply with the U.S. Department of Labor's internship guidelines, outlining the six specific criteria an internship must meet in order to qualify as unpaid. While Lasell may decline from posting unpaid internships that do not appear to be in compliance with government policies, it is ultimately the responsibility of each employer to understand and comply with FLSA regulations.