Employers

Employers
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Career and Professional Success connects employers to talented and hardworking students from all majors and degree levels for employment, internships and recruiting opportunities

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Post Jobs and Internships


A free and effective portal to advertise opportunities

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Recruit Talent


Recruit students through virtual interviews and events, and increase your organization's brand awareness

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Diversity and Inclusion


Learn how UNH elevates our employer partners who hire with inclusivity, diversity, and equity in mind

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Policies


Developed to make the student and employer experience secure and streamlined

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Recruiting Events

Recent Success Stories

  • The UNH men's soccer team established a team record for wins in a season this fall and reached the Sweet Sixteen in the NCAA Tournament for just the second time in program history. Go behind the scenes on this historic run.
  • The University of New Hampshire is one of the top producers of Gilman Scholars in the country. As the U.S. State Department celebrated the 20th anniversary of the program this fall, they recognized the universities with the greatest number of scholarship recipients over the past two decades. UNH made the top 10 list for medium-sized institutions alongside peers like Columbia University and Boston College.
  • With a major new grant from the National Institutes of Health, UNH researchers will study the effects of self-directed violence among teens on bystanders.
  • New research from UNH found that firefighters' blood pressure — already higher than average — jumps during emergency calls, putting them at elevated risk for heart attacks and strokes.
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