UC has many opportunities to help your organization recruit on campus. Get more info or register by using the links below.
Career Fairs at the University of Cincinnati are a great opportunity for employers to meet promising, diverse student talent. Every September and February, thousands of qualified students attend our Professional and Technical Career Fairs. UC also hosts industry or college specific career fairs throughout the year. Visit the UC Career Fairs page to view the full slate of upcoming fairs.
On-Campus and Virtual Interviews
The University of Cincinnati offers on-campus and virtual interviews to support employers who would like to recruit UC students for full-time jobs, co-ops, and internships. Through Handshake, employers can post a position, preview resumes, select qualified candidates, and arrange to interview students and graduates on campus or virtually.
Monthly Employer Tabling and Info Session Days
Employers can connect with University of Cincinnati students through in-person tabling and info session events on select dates each month. These take place on UC’s Clifton campus inside the Bearcat Promise Career Studio or just east of campus at UC’s 1819 Innovation Hub.
Virtual Info Sessions
Employers can host virtual info sessions on Handshake, UC’s online career platform. Login or create a free Handshake employer account at https://app.joinhandshake.com/employer_registrations/new. Once your account is created, you can “Request Event” to have your info session added. Visit the How to Request an Event page for more details.
Student focus groups
A powerful research and engagement vehicle for exploring complex issues, identifying communications obstacles and opportunities, and engaging critical stakeholders as partners in problem-solving. UC can connect you with the right participants for your focus group.
Employer-sponsored projects and challenges
Sponsor a special project or student challenge to benefit a non-profit, test a product, or solve a problem in a learn-fast environment. From making blankets for the homeless to developing socially responsible technology to benefit our world, UC students are highly skilled, creative, and collaborative.
Students use new ways of thinking to solve practical problems using skill sets outside their traditional disciplines. Working with UC faculty, students are taught a concept in class which they’ll use to solve a business or social for your organization or a non-profit.
Workshops and demos
Schedule a workshop or on-campus demonstration to provide a hands-on experience of your organization’s products or services with UC students while building brand awareness and loyalty.
Portfolio reviews offer employers the chance to spend the day hosting recruiting events and building brand awareness with students. On-campus and virtual interviews are also available.