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Help build the workforce of tomorrow.
Are you recruiting for full-time, part-time, or internship positions? On-campus recruiting provides you the opportunity to connect with UW-Green Bay students at no cost. It's a great way to both promote your organization while meeting students where they are.
Arrange an On-Campus Recruiting Visit
For on-campus interviews, positions are posted and schedules are arranged and managed in Handshake, our online recruitment system. Handshake allows you to view students' resumes prior to coming to campus and monitor your interview schedule all with the click of a mouse!
You may request an on-campus interview schedule by logging into Handshake and completing the information in the "Interviews" tab.
You can also contact us to arrange an On-Campus Recruiting visit at 920-465-2163 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recruiting Schedule and Interview Options
Our on-campus interview visits begin in late September/early October and late February/early March to coincide with our annual Fall and Spring job & internship fairs. Interview schedules may be open for sign-up or pre-select for employer pre-screening. If you choose to create your schedule during an event, such as the job fair or a campus information session, we can reserve one of our interview suites for your use.
Information Tables and Information Sessions
These options allow you as an employer to informally meet students and provide information about your organization, current career opportunities, and application procedures. Employers and other organizations can reserve booth or room space on campus through the University Union for a fee. If you decide to hold an information event on campus, Career Planning & Professional Connections can post the event in our Handshake calendar and promote it to students. If you would like to provide refreshments for your session, we will connect you with our University Catering contact.
Career Planning & Professional Connections provides recruitment services to employers who abide by standards of ethical conduct and Principles for Professional Practice as outlined by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. For details, view our Recruiting Policies.