We host a number of events to support students in their professional development and give employers access to student talent.
At these multi-day on-campus recruiting events in September and February, hundreds of employers meet thousands of qualified students to fill full-time, co-op and internship positions, while students use the opportunity to talk directly with company representatives about the organization's work, culture and hiring needs.
We’re re-envisioning the campus recruiting experience for students and employers in the creative field. Join us at E2C to meet and recruit emerging creative talent, build your brand on campus, and network with other creative professionals.
E2C serves the needs of employer-partners seeking students in UC's world-class College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning, with skills in graphic communication design, industrial design, fashion design, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, urban planning, and fine arts.
The Part-Time Job Fair brings together students who are looking for part-time jobs and internships with employers who offer part-time employment and internships on the UC campus and in the local Cincinnati area.
The Part-Time Job Fair is scheduled for September 9, 2020.
At the annual Undergraduate Scholarly Showcase, hundreds of students from across the university share their findings, revelations, inventions and interpretations of the world we live in. The showcase is free and open to the entire campus community.
The Southwest Ohio/Northern Kentucky Education Career Fair is a collaborative event presented by Xavier University, Antioch University Midwest, Cincinnati Christian University, Mount St. Joseph University, Northern Kentucky University, the University of Cincinnati, and Wilmington College. The event provides school corporations the opportunity to connect with hundreds of teaching and counseling candidates from seven area colleges and universities in one fair.
UC's School of Criminal Justice holds a career fair in the spring semester that brings together employers and job-seekers in this field. For information, please contact Sue Bourke, School of Criminal Justice Director of Undergraduate Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 556-1353.