Employers

Employers

University Career Services is eager to help employers hire students and recent graduates of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

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University Career Services is pleased to offer employers the opportunity to connect with UNC students in online postings via Handshake.  Handshake is a networked platform used for recruiting college students at nearly 400 colleges and universities.  If you are already a Handshake user, simply go to the “schools” option and request access to University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill.  If you do not currently have a Handshake account, you will first need to create one before being able to post your opportunity, using the following steps.

UCS offers several career events throughout the year to help you connect with our students.

An internship can be a great way for students to develop professional skills while simultaneously contributing value to your organization.

Are you looking for a part-time employee? Would you like to hire a UNC student? The Hire a Heel Program can help connect your local business with Tar Heel talent!

University Career Services utilizes the Handshake system, allowing all on-campus recruiting logistics to be available on-line.

On-campus recruiting logistics are handled by our recruiting coordinator, Julie Pendergraph (919-962-7886).  For more information on the OCR Program, open the On-Campus Recruiting Policies and Procedures document, available in PDF form on this page

TO SETUP A NEW ACCOUNT OR LOGIN TO YOUR CURRENT ACCOUNT CLICK HERE.

University Career Services looks forward to assisting employers in connecting with students and developing branding efforts on campus.  There are a vareity of ways to help your organization stand out and gain the attention of our students. 

University Career Services depends on the support of our valued employers to help us better serve our students. Much of our programming and outreach is made possible by the generous contributions made by our Carolina Career Partners. We invite you to become a Carolina Career Partner in order to increase your visibility on campus and support the important programs and services University Career Services provides to UNC students.

There are several ways to identify minority students and promote your organization to them for the purpose of increasing diversity.

The University of North at Chapel Hill is home to a vast array of world-renowned undergraduate and graduate programs. University Career Services is UNC’s central career office, serving all academic areas excluding the MBA, MAC, law, medical, and dental programs and serving alumni for six months after graduation.