UNCG Students

 

We offer small and large organizations alike the opportunity to recruit talented and diverse interns, part-time, and full-time employees. We do this by providing:

arrowAccess to a Highly Prepared Talent Pool

We offer recruiters and hiring managers access to highly qualified prospective employees that include both current students and alumni. Post a job or internship conveniently online through our recruitment portal SpartanCareers.

arrowNetworking and Hiring Events that Increase Reach

The Career Services Center offers a wide range of on-campus activities and events to help you connect directly to our students. Attend one of our signature Career Fairs hosted onsite throughout the year or participate in an Information Session focused solely on your company and industry. Schedule time to meet students in our Career Lab or reserve a table for even more informal conversations with interested students. Once you’ve narrowed your choices, our team is available to facilitate individual job interviews on or off campus.

arrowSponsorship that Strengthens Your Brand

You can raise awareness of your organization among our student body by creating a strong presence on campus. Sponsoring key career development activities such as our annual Etiquette Dinner or Peer Career Ambassadors offer an immediate return on your investment.

In addition to collaborating with our office, you may also partner with the Office of Leadership and Service-Learning to support employment opportunities with a community service aspect. Projects can include service-learning projects in the classroom, community-based research, and community volunteer projects.

“Employers should know that UNCG students are unique because of the culture of care we are immersed in at this university. We put so much emphasis on community at this institution, and I believe many of our students implement this in their professional as well as service-learning endeavors.”

Itane Coleman
Bachelor’s Degree Candidate May 2017, Political Science and African American and African Diaspora Studies