For Employers

LWTech is one of 34 Community and Technical two-year institutions of higher education in Washington State.  The college serves more than 4,000 students each year through 35 programs with over 100 professional degree- and certificate- options.   The college currently offers three Bachelor's degrees - Applied Design, Transportation & Logistics and Public Health.

Please review our guidelines before posting a job ---

LWTech's Career Services Online (LWTech's online job posting system). Post a job or internship online and search for job candidates among Lake Washington students and alumni.

Need help getting started? Review the easy-to-use, step-by-step Employer Guide to Career Services Online (PDF file).


If you are posting an in-home job and you are not a licensed business (i.e., babysitter, yard maintenance, etc) , you can use our JOB ORDER FORM (opens a new window). Your position will be posted in the Employment Resource Center ONLY, not online.

  • 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 and cooperative work experience

Lake Washington 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) 739-8315 or contact program instructors directly by using LW Tech'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 Lake Washington students and 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.

Guidelines for Posting a Job

Guidelines employers should review and follow when posting a job with LWTech.

Our Guarantee

Lake Washington Institute of Technology guarantees our graduates will have the job skills necessary to start a career in the technical field for which they’ve trained.