For Employers

The following are guidelines employers should review before posting a job with LWTech:

  • Job must pay at least the current minimum wage (2017: $11/hr)
  • We require that you have a business license to post a job on our website
  • We do not accept the following jobs:
    • Multi-level marketing opportunities
    • Commission-only jobs
    • Opportunities that require fees for training or start-up, or that require the prospective employee to purchase products or equipment prior to earning a minimum wage
  • Some positions will be posted only the bulletin boards on campus:
    • In-home temporary jobs
    • Independent contractor positions (Vendor or 1099)
  • Positions posted must comply with all federal and state affirmative action and equal employment opportunity regulations
  • We reserve the right to turn down any opportunity for valid reasons
  • Organizations recruiting through the LWTech Employment Resource Center agree to contact the ERC when their position is filled by any LWTech student or graduate.

 

Post a Job on CSO


If you are posting an in-home job and you are not a licensed business (i.e. babysitter, yard maintenance, etc.), use our Job Order Form. Your position will be posted in the Employment Resource Center ONLY, not online.

OR

  • We will make every attempt to post your job within 24 hours.
  • All jobs will be posted for 30 days, unless otherwise indicated on the order form.

Establishing Internships & Cooperative Work Experience

LWTech students complete internships in local businesses as part of their program course work. Employers work directly with program instructors and students to establish an internship site. For more information or to list your company as a potential site, contact the Employment Resource Center at (425) 739-8132 or contact program instructors directly by using LWTech's Staff Directory.

On-Campus Recruiting

Schedule a recruiting table in our cafeteria area during lunch and recruit high-quality LWTech students.

You're encouraged to bring flyers, brochures, job descriptions, applications, and other resources that provide information about employment opportunities with your company.

Please contact the Employment Resource Center at (425) 739-8113.

Other Ways to Connect with LWTech Students & Graduates

Participate in Employment-related events  or on our employer panels held through out the year

  • Partner with the college by participating on a program advisory board
  • Assist Lake Washington Tech students in preparing for work by conducting mock interviews, providing resume critiques, and making presentations to individual classes
  • For more information on these opportunities, please contact the Employment Resource Center at (425) 739-8113.

Customized Corporate Training

Lake Washington Institute of Technology recognizes the importance of training and lifelong learning for employees in order for business and industry to remain competitive in today's global market. The growing technical complexity of work and rapid changes in technology cause change and result in continual upgrade skills needed of employees. We're here to help you meet that challenge through our Customized Corporate Training program.

Enrollment Verification

Lake Washington Institute of Technology has authorized the National Student Clearinghouse to provide enrollment and degree verifications.

Degree Verify provides secure, timely online access to enrollment and degree verification information for current and former LWTech students.
The National Student Clearinghouse can be contacted at:

Degree Verify
National Student Clearinghouse

2300 Dulles Station Boulevard, Suite 300
Herndon, VA 20171