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, inte rnships and recruiting opportunities

 

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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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Hire at UNH


Learn how UNH students exceed and excel, producing incredible candidates for hire
 

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Developed to make the student and employer experience secure and streamlined.

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Recruiting Events

Recent Success Stories

  • Lawrence Prelli, professor of communication, is named 2020 Lindberg Award winner in COLA.
  • When Robert Mohr was in graduate school, his advisor introduced him to a controversial paper written by the influential economist Michael Porter. Porter argued that government environmental regulations such as carbon taxes, recycling, and waste mitigation could lower costs and improve businesses bottom lines. Porter also suggested regulations might trigger innovation.   Porter’s thesis brought down a hornet’s nest of criticism from economists who dismissed the idea that companies needed any government intrusion into markets. But Mohr, a hungry graduate student eager to make a contribution to his chosen field, disagreed with the critics. He wrote a doctoral dissertation defending Porter’s ideas, and further suggesting that regulations might help companies overcome fears of having their...
  • Kevin Healey wins award for “Ethics and Religion in the Age of Social Media.”
  • Tell us a little bit about your career path. Where has life taken you?  In 1992, I graduated from UNH with a degree in Hotel Administration. After a brief time in the hospitality industry I transitioned my client service skills to the John Hancock mutual fund call center in Portsmouth. The mid-90’s was a boom for mutual funds. It was a great time to enter the financial industry and a tremendous opportunity to advance my career from customer service associate to management.    When the Portsmouth office closed, I left the company. That unexpected change brought me to United Way of the Greater Seacoast (UWGS) where I managed non-profit relationships and community impact grantmaking.  My time at UWGS opened my heart and mind. I knew from that point forward that anything I pursued in life...
  • Professor Kenneth Johnson has been honored as part of the team awarded the National Excellence in Multistate Research Award.    
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