GVSU Career Center
Welcome Employers! Thank you for your interest in recruiting talented Grand Valley State University students and alumni. We look forward to working with you to help fulfill all your recruitment needs. You and GVSU – a powerful recruitment team!
The Career Center puts you in touch with the University’s greatest asset: our students, and offers comprehensive recruitment services to employers, including:
- Posting Jobs (full-time and internships)
- Employer Events
- On-Campus Interviews
- Internships and Co-Ops
- Getting Involved
- Employer Resources
Why Recruit at GVSU?
Grand Valley State University enrolls nearly 25,000 students annually into 82 undergraduate and 30 graduate degree programs across eight colleges, assuring you have access to a wide variety of well-prepared and talented candidates. A strong liberal education serves as the foundation of all our programs, fostering critical thinking, creative problem solving, and cultural understanding you want and need from your employees.
- Incoming freshman have an average high school GPA of 3.54.
- Incoming students boast a median ACT Composite Score of 24.
- Nearly 60 percent of Grand Valley’s student population is female.
- More than 3,700 students of color help you achieve diversity in hiring.
- Grand Valley has a record of outstanding pass rates on professional licensure exams. (see stats).
People who know education are talking about Grand Valley State University.
- Ranked a best regional university in the Midwest and top public regional university in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report.
- Named one of The Princeton Review’s “Best in the Midwest.”
- Seidman College of Business was named one of the nation’s top business schools for 2013 by The Princeton Review.
- Named one of America's "100 Best College Buys" 17 years in a row.
- Ranked 13th nationally in study abroad participation by the Institute of International Education.
Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 616-331-6708 – we look forward to working with you!
Page last modified September 5, 2013