Welcome to recruiting at the University of the Incarnate word!
Career Services is committed to assisting employers with their hiring needs. With over 100 undergraduate, graduate, and professional doctoral programs, an extremely diverse population and a curriculum that boasts a strong liberal arts foundation, the University of the Incarnate Word is an excellent place to recruit talented students ready to impact your company or organization.
Need to post a job or internship?
Log in using your email and Handshake password. For help getting started, view Handshake Help Center.
Once your account is created, you can post your employment/internship opportunities, schedule on-campus interviews, and register for our events!
Click on Employer Log In
Select the type of students your company wishes to recruit.
Read the Employer Guidelines
Connect with UIW!
Create an event through Handshake!
Step 1: Click "Events" tab
Step 2: Input information about your event
Step 3: Once your event has been created, it will be submitted to UIW Career Services staff for approval.
Click on "Fairs".
Click on "View All".
Type "University of the Incarnate Word" in the search box, and click "Done" once UIW pops up.
Click on our events to register!
Career Treks allow employers to host UIW students at their facility. Many employers choose to take students on a company tour, facilitate hands-on learning activities, and simply show off what makes their company stand out. Students provide a captive audience of committed individuals, who have applied and been selected to attend your Career Trek. After the Career Trek, students will have the confidence to apply to open positions, as they have a strong understanding of your company culture. If you are interested in a Career Trek, contact us at email@example.com.
General Guiding Principles and Recruiting Recommendations
The University of Incarnate Word understands the importance of building a partnership of common goals between individual students hired and the employing organization. The Career Services Department of UIW is instrumental in achieving a successful match between both parties. Employers who post jobs, attend a career fair, or recruit on campus at UIW must adhere to Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) guidelines and the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Employment Professionals, and the Policies and UIW Guidelines listed on this page.
There are basic foundation principles applied to guide career planning and recruitment and that is to provide job candidates the opportunity to make choices that will optimize their talents and meet their personal objectives through an open and free selection of employment and experienced-based learning. It is also significant to establish and maintain a fair and equitable recruitment process and lend support to help candidates make informed and responsible decisions regarding their employment.
In providing an open and free selection of students for employment and experiential learning opportunities, UIW’s Career Services reserves the right to take appropriate and necessary actions to enforce compliance with the above guidelines, maintaining a fair and equitable recruitment process among all students employed by UIW.
Connecting with and recruiting students is at no cost to the employer; however, when reserving interview rooms or any other space on-campus, employers will be charged a canceling fee for on-campus interview rooms, classrooms, or similar spaces.
- 1 hr @ $50 (additional 30 minutes @ $25) non-refundable cancellation fee within a 3 day notification
- 1/2 day @ $100 (8 AM - 12 PM and 1 PM - 5 PM) non-refundable cancellation fee within a 3 day notification
- Full Day @ $200 (8 AM - 5 PM) non-refundable cancellation fee within a 3 day notification
- P/T Job/Career Fairs @ $25 - cancellation fee non-refundable within 48 hrs
- F/T Job/Career Fairs @ $50 - cancellation fee non-refundable within 48 hrs
- On-Campus Recruiting (table event) no charge. Cancellation fee of $25 if not notified within 48 hrs. of scheduled date.
Third-Party Policy Third-party employers are agencies, organizations or individuals recruiting candidates for temporary/part-time or full-time employment, other than for their own needs (e.g. staffing agencies). This includes entities that refer or recruit for-profit or not-for-profit and agencies and that collect student information to be disclosed to employers for purposes of recruitment and employment. Depending on space, the number of third-party organizations participating in our job fairs may be limited.
Third-party employer agencies attending our job fairs are welcome to connect with job seekers but are not permitted to solicit other registered companies who are recruiting at our job fairs. Agencies must disclose the name of the company for which they are recruiting. The agency must meet the following requirements in order to utilize the UIW Career Services:
- The agency may not charge applicants. All fees must be directed to the company the agency represents or assumed by the agency itself.
- The agency must provide a specific description and all requirements within all job listings including positions that are “commission only” or a sales-based position.
- The agency must act in accordance with NACE Principles for Professional Conduct for Career Services and Employment Professionals.
- The agency recruiter can only release candidate information with the written permission of the applicant.
Beyond, UIW reserves the right to make a determination of the appropriateness of the positions being offered for the populations the agency serves.
Employers offering positions that provide compensation that is 100% commission based can offer these positions under the following conditions:
- The position is for full-time employment AND
- The compensation is clearly disclosed in the position description AND
- Charge no fees to the candidates
Does Your Position Qualify as an Internship?
Whether you are developing an internship program or offering a one-time internship opportunity, you should be aware that The Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division developed a six-factor test for determining whether workers are to be considered “interns” or “employees” under the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA). The guidelines below will help you determine if the position should be considered an unpaid/credit internship or paid part-time job. By following these guidelines you will be sure to be in compliance with the criteria set forth by the FLSA.
- The internship, even though it includes the actual operation of the facilities of the employer, is similar to that which would be given in an educational environment.
- The internship experience is for the benefit of the intern.
- The interns do not displace regular employees but work under close observation.
- The employer that provides the training derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the interns and on occasion, the employer’s operations may actually be impeded.
- The interns are not necessarily entitled to a job at the completion of the internship period.
- The employer and the interns understand that the interns are not entitled to wages for the time spent in the internship.
We appreciate your interest in recruiting UIW students and look forward to our partnership in an effort to make for a dynamic recruiting experience!
National Association of Colleges and Employers
The National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) is the leading source of information for career services practitioners on college campuses who advise students and alumni in career development and the employment process. NACE connects college career services professionals, university relations and recruiting professionals, and various business affiliates that serve the community.