Successful recruitment at the University of Georgia means building meaningful relationships and engaging students throughout the year. Explore your organization's opportunities to share valuable career advice, host students on site, and gain broad exposure virtually.
To better prepare students, the UGA Career Center offers 30+ Arch Ready programs and panel discussions each semester averaging 60 students per event. Employers have an opportunity to present or co-present on a wide variety of career-related topics. Priority is given to current Employer Partners.
We host special Resume Critique Days throughout the year to help students prepare for the recruiting process. During these events, employer volunteers have an opportunity to interact one-on-one with students and provide useful feedback. Priority is given to current Employer Partners.
Mock interviews are designed to give students the opportunity to practice their interviewing skills and interact with employers in the context of an educational professional development experience. Interested employer participants will conduct a series of 30-minute practice interviews with students via Zoom. All interview sign-up details will be handled by our team, and resources such as interview questions will be supplied. Priority is given to current Employer Partners.
Career Site Visits
Career Site Visits referred internally as “Career Caravans” provide students with the opportunity to visit with several companies, learn about career opportunities, and get a first-hand look at company culture. We typically have a group of around 30-40 students and spend 1-2 hours at each location. Past visits have included company tours, employee panel discussions, networking sessions, and formal recruiting presentations.
Connecting with student organizations is often the key to gaining an edge when it comes to college recruiting. Follow the link below to search through the over 600 registered student organizations, including 32 social fraternities and 26 social sororities.
Looking for another virtual way to increase your visibility among UGA students? Consider contributing a career-related article to our blog! Check out a few past examples below: