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Successful Recruiting Strategies
To consult with Employer Relations staff about recruiting strategies, contact us at (904) 620-2976 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
All employers are able to post their job and internship opportunities free of charge in Handshake, UNF's online career portal. This portal is available to all of our current students and alumni. Employers must adhere to UNF's posting and recruiting policies.
Osprey Career Fair
- If you are seeking to recruit for internships, part-time and full-time career opportunities, the UNF Osprey Career Fair is a great opportunity to meet with and speak to students and alumni! The UNF Osprey Career Fair is open to employers who are interested in recruiting UNF students/alumni for internships, part-time and full-time career opportunities. The UNF Osprey Career Fair is targeted to students/recent graduates/alumni from the College of Arts and Sciences and the Coggin College of Business, all UNF students/alumni are welcome to attend. The Osprey Career Fair is held bi-annually in the spring and fall.
Public Service and Nonprofit Career Fair
- This career fair targets students interested in pursuing a job or internship in all fields of public service, nonprofit, and government professions. The Public Service and Nonprofit Career Fair is held once annually in the spring.
You may register to attend these events in Handshake.
Increase your company's visibility on campus and generate more interest in your employment opportunities by interviewing on campus. On campus interviewing offers an excellent way for employers looking to fill internship and full-time positions to connect with students. Conducting interviews on campus makes it convenient for busy college students, so it is an effective way to increase interest in your job/internship opportunities.
Volunteer for Professional U panels, programs, and workshops to create a buzz about your organization and positive word of mouth advertising. If possible, encourage your organizations's UNF alumni to participate in events as well.
Leverage UNF's network of students organizations. This is particularly useful if you are seeking a very specific population of students for your opportunities, such as diversity candidates or industry specific majors. Directory of all registered student organizations.
Connect with students in a less formal setting. These events are generally held during a 2-3 hour block during the business day (between 8:00am and 5:00pm) and scheduled in the reception area or interview room spaces. Usually structured in a "drop-in" format, students are encouraged to stop by between classes to learn more about your organization and hiring practices.