What is On-Campus Recruiting?
The On-Campus Recruiting program is designed to bring employers to the UC campus to conduct interviews for full-time positions with graduating UC students and recent UC graduates of ALL majors. Recruit a 'Cat is CDC's on-campus recruiting service, where CDC posts all full-time jobs, part-time jobs, and internships, giving students 24/7 online access. Your online resume will also be available to employers who wish to have us search the On-Campus Recruiting database and contact you independently. To participate in On-Campus Recruiting, students must create a profile and post a resume. It is recommended that students register in the summer or early fall before their graduating year in order to take full advantage of all recruiting employers.
If you have any questions regarding Recruit a 'Cat, please contact Marissa Schoonover at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-556-0313.
Is On-Campus Recruiting a good choice for me?
A good way to decide whether or not to participate in On-Campus Recruiting is to look at the list of participating employers. Although this list does change frequently (as the hiring needs of employers change), it can give you a good idea of the types of opportunities available through On-Campus Recruiting.
If you see companies that interest you, then you will probably benefit from signing up for On-Campus Recruiting. If you are still uncertain, the CDC staff can help you decide. Contact your Career Coach, email CDC@UC.EDU, or call 513-556-3471.