Job Search Resources

Searching for a new job either full time post-graduation or a part time position as a student can be a harrowing process. To help with this we compiled a list of job search tools to help you look for your next step. Don't forget that in addition to finding a relevant position you should also be sure to learn ways to network with potential employers or coworkers and prepare a strong application. If you need help using any of these resources don't hesitate to reach out to our office by emailing sec_info@whitman.edu.

Job Search Resources:

Networking with Whitman Connect - Use the alumni database to start reaching out early and learning about different career fields. Try asking for an information interview or brief phone call to ask genuine question you have about the field you're interested in and people's professional experiences is a great way to prepare for a job search. Even if the people you talk with can't offer you a position, after talking with them they might suggest other people or companies that you should reach out to.

LinkedIn - Find openings within companies and use your personal network to see who can connect you to someone at those companies. (Requires a free account)

iEngage - Whitman's exclusive job board accessible to students and alumni.

Glassdoor Jobs - Search for positions within an industry or company or read reviews of companies and their interview process. (Requires a free account for full access)

craigslist.org - A standard for job postings with a strong user-base.

Sites for additional off-campus job opportunities:

Work Source Walla Walla

Walla Walla Union Bulletin Help Wanted Ads

Express Employment Professionals