Know of a Great Opportunity?
If you have a full-time position to fill at your company or a fantastic internship program to recruit for, who better to join your team than a Zag? Consider posting your position and company on www.ZagTrax.net, which allows for students to quickly and conveniently apply directly through the site. For more information on how to get started, click here.
Join Us at an Upcoming Trek Event
The Gonzaga University Treks are career development and networking programs designed to increase the visibility of our students and alumni in key metropolitan areas across the country. Treks create opportunities for students to network with alumni and employers in their home region or the region they hope to work in following graduation. We also encourage you to become involved with a Trek in your region in the following ways...
- Represent your company at a Trek Career Fair
- Host a group of students on a Corporate Excursion to your workplace
- Connect with students and share your professional advice at the Networking Social
- Join fellow alumni and area employers at one of the professional Training Seminars
- Attend the Trek Career Fair for your own job hunting and networking purposes
Trek Locations & Dates
We would be honored to have your company partner with us. Click here for Trek dates and locations for the current or upcoming academic year. For information on becoming involved in the Trek program, please contact Erin Shields at (509) 313-4048 or email@example.com.
Become a Mentor
GAMP (Gonzaga Alumni Mentor Program) is a network of over 2,400 volunteers nationwide comprised of alumni, parents, and friends of the University. The program is a career development and networking program which works by matching students and alumni with volunteer mentors in their career fields of interest. GAMP is continually seeking volunteers from all fields who are willing to share their professional experience and network with our students and alumni. Click here to find out more.
Offer a Job Shadow
Do you remember what it was like to be in college and not know what you wanted to do with your life? By offering a few hours of your time (or a whole day if you'd like), you can provide students with a real-world career perspective. As they accompany you in the workplace, job shadowing helps students determine early on which career choices are and are not a good match for their personalities, strengths and interests.