Hire Bowdoin

Meet your next talent investment.


This generation of Polar Bears follow their fellow alumni to become leaders and influencers in their dedicated pursuits.
We look forward to introducing you to excellent talent.

Share an Opportunity


Post your job or internship via our online form. Pitch the opportunity and describe a Polar Bear who would succeed.


Join our recruiting platform as a partner employer. Build presence on our job board and manage your talent pipeline.


Email us directly. A member of our Employer Relations team will be in touch with any clarification of your needs.

Recruit our Talent


We welcome you to the College so that we may introduce you to our students. We develop programs – workshops, receptions, interviews – that help identify your best-fit candidates.

Bowdoin, Bates & Colby

Make the most of your visit to Maine. We regularly partner with Bates and Colby Colleges to strengthen the reach and impact of your recruiting efforts in northern New England.

Other Programming

Graduate & Professional School Fair

In coordination with Bates and Colby Colleges, showcase your opportunities for continuing education. This fair convenes in October and visits all three schools over two days.

Maine Employers Career Fair

Share your Maine-based opportunities with our talent to make Maine their home. Participating employers may only recruit to keep our talent in state. This fair convenes in February.
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Please Note

Approval of any opportunity post and recruiting program is at our discretion. Campus recruiting is per our policy of non-discrimination. We are unable to post jobs or internships that require significantly more or less educational and professional experience than our bachelors degree-seeking candidates would have, or those with participation dates that interfere with the regular academic calendar. We are also unable to post brand ambassador or camp counselor positions, and opportunities from third-party recruiters or promoters, even on behalf of the hiring entity.

Regarding offer deadlines, we ask that employers give students at least two weeks to consider an offer, that the offer remain intact during that time, and that the time begin when the candidate student receives a written outline of the position and offer. We further ask that employers do not require the candidate student to make a decision before November 1 of the hiring cycle, but a candidate student returning from a summer internship with an offer from that employer be prepared to make a decision by October 15. We otherwise follow the NACE Reasonable Offer Deadline Guidelines, which asks employers not to put undue pressure on students.

Please understand we cannot do otherwise.

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