The Office of Career Strategy & Professional Development invites organizations to partner with our office to connect with the biomedical community at Georgetown. Our organizational partners receive exclusive opportunities to brand, market, recruit on-campus/online, post job opportunities and engage with our students and alumni.
To become a partner or for more information, contact Liz Salm, Ph.D., Director of Graduate and Postdoctoral Training & Development.
Read on to learn about the opportunities available to partner organizations:
Branding and Marketing
Universitywide platforms such as Handshake,12Twenty and internal newsletters offer branding and marketing services. Partners also benefit from branding and marketing on the Office of Career Strategy & Professional Development’s social media channels: Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram.
Recruit On Campus or Online
Connect with our students and postdocs through information sessions on campus, or online via webinars. Employers can also participate in professional development seminars, career panels and recruitment events.
Post Job Opportunities
Employers can post job opportunities on our 12Twenty employment platform used by our students, postdocs and alumni, and can create a “resume book” to curate applicant pools for multiple open job positions. Create a 12Twenty account in a few simple steps and begin posting job opportunities.
To explore possibilities, contact Liz Salm, Ph.D., Director of Graduate and Postdoctoral Training & Development.
If you do not yet have a 12Twenty account, follow these instructions to get started:
- Go to the Biomedical Graduate Education 12Twenty Platform and click on Sign Up for an Account.
- Fill out the required fields, including your name, a password, employer name and address, your job title, and your phone number.
- Your account is now set up. Log in to your account with your email and password to begin posting job opportunities: Biomedical Graduate Education 12Twenty Platform
- Login to the Biomedical Graduate Education 12Twenty Platform.
- On the landing page, under “Post a Job,” click Post.
- In the Job Details section, fill out the required fields and any fields relevant to your position.
- In the Primary Job Contact section, fill out your contact information. If you want students to see your information attached to the posting, check the “Make Visible to Students” boxes.
- Use the Target Audience dropdown to indicate whether work authorization is required for your position.
- In the Who can Apply section, select “BGE Students” for Student Group. The other fields are optional, but you may fill them out. Do not select a Major/Academic Program, as the choices do not reflect our specific programs.
- In the Application Methods section, choose at least one way that students should apply to your position.
- Optional: Paste your Job Description and attach any relevant files.
- In the Application Document Requirements section, resumes are required by default. If you would like all applicants to submit another document, such as a cover letter, please click Add Additional Document Type and check that the document type is required.
- If you are ready to post your job for our students to view, click Submit to This School Only. Our administrators will respond to the posting request as soon as possible.
Resume books are a great tool for employers who are looking to fill multiple open positions. The resume books collect student resumes for employers to review, interview and potentially hire. They can also be used for on-campus information sessions and internship programs.
- Log in to the Biomedical Graduate Education 12Twenty Platform.
- Click on Resume Books.
- Select + New Resume Book.
- Name: Set a title for the Resume Book. This title is visible to career center users, students and employers.
- Academic Year: Select the academic year from the drop-down menu.
- Student Description: The student description is only visible to student users.
- Employer Description: Enter a description of the resume book that is visible only to employer users.
- Application Dates: Set the dates in which students can apply to the resume book.
- Pay close attention to the Who Can View & Apply Information.
- Having “The same group of students can view and apply” option selected allows the selected Student Group(s) to view the resume book and to apply.
- Un-selecting “The same group of students can view and apply” option allows administrators the option of separating who can view the resume book from who can apply to the resume book.
- Enter the Administrative Settings:
- Require approval when students apply to this resume book: If “Yes” is selected, student resumes will require approval by an administrator before being included in this resume book. If “No” is selected, student resumes will be included automatically in the resume book.
- Allow students to initially submit resumes in Microsoft Word file format: When enabled, students can upload any file type when submitting their application to the resume book, to allow for edits made by career center users. In order to approve a resume, the file must be in PDF format; it will need to be converted before being approved and included in the resume book.
- Are students able to download and view applicant resumes once the book is published and archived: This determines whether student users have the ability to view and download resumes when the resume book is in the “Published” and “Archived” state.
- Allow students to apply even when the resume book is published: If set to “Yes,” students will have the ability to apply to the resume book after it is in the published state. If set to “No,” students will not be allowed to apply to the resume book once it is published.
- Is this resume book visible to Employers: This determines whether employers have the ability to view the resume book at any time. If enabled, the employer will be able to view the resume book while in “Published,” “Unpublished” and “Archived” states. An employer can only download a resume book if it has been published.
- Once the resume book is completed and published, the Office of Career Strategy & Professional Development will receive a notification to approve your resume book. Please allow 1-2 business days to process approvals.
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Biomedical Graduate Education is home to a talented community of diverse international students looking to build professional careers in the United States. If you would like to hire international students, Helen Konrad and Mark Rhoads — Attorneys at Law with the McCandlish Holton Immigration Practice Group — have prepared a guide, Hiring Foreign Graduates, which outlines the H-1B process for prospective employers.
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