Hiring Student Interns & Recruiting Graduates
is your entry point for seamless coordination of talent recruitment. As your steward through the UA, SECD provides flexible service to companies of all sizes and industries.
Student Engagement and Career Development provides hiring organizations with access to qualified students and graduates of all majors through career fairs and employer mixers, on-campus interviews, information sessions, project-based student consulting and engaged learning opportunities, and more.
Handshake features free multi-school job posting, powerful applicant filtering, and direct student messaging. In Handshake, employers can:
- Post full-time jobs and internships
- Register for career fairs and create information sessions
- Schedule on-campus interviews
- Search student profiles and direct message students about career opportunities
here to connect with UA students and alumni through Handshake.
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日本一本道a不卡免费Supporting 5,500 undergraduate and 600 graduate students at the UA, the Eller College of Management is internationally recognized for pioneering research, innovative curriculum, distinguished faculty, excellence in entrepreneurship, and social responsibility.
Provides a list of resources for business and industry that includes recruiting students and student interns, recruiting Eller MBA’s and opportunities for corporations to have innovative partnerships with Eller.
– With only one company per week, the Employer@Eller program is intended to give recruiting corporations a chance to create connections with Eller students of all class standings, so that students can be more aware of the opportunities that are available to them in the job market.
Masters and Doctoral Degrees
- Public Administration
- Masters Degree Internships
The BIO5 Institute sponsors a variety of opportunities for students of all levels, from high school through graduate school. Student research internships provide vital experience, while expanding teamwork and leadership skills. University faculty and industry researchers benefit from mentoring students poised for success in the biosciences, and through increased research collaboration.