Career and Professional Success offers employers a free and effective portal to advertise opportunities, on-campus and virtual activities to all of our students and recent graduates.
Use this to:
- Post a full-time or part-time position (entry-level and recent graduates- please post positions that only require up to 5 years experience and under)
- Post an internship (paid or unpaid)
- Post a work-study position
Fairs and Events Support
- Identifying and Registering for Virtual Fairs
- Registering for a Career Fair
- How to View/Edit a Career Fair Registration
- How to Pay for a Career Fair Registration
- How to View a Career Fair InvoicE
- Scheduling Overview
- Creating a Schedule for Virtual Fairs
- Claiming & Participating in a Schedule
- Managing your schedule once it has been created/claimed
Day of Fair
Job - A paid position of regular employment that can be part-time or full-time *part-time positions outside of New England during the academic year will not be accepted.
Internship - Internship positions can be paid or unpaid. They are designed for students to receive high impact experiential learning opportunities that extend the classroom to the potential workplace/industry. They can be either semester or summer length and must provide students with experience, skill development, supervision and mentorship. Internships occurring outside of New England and during the academic school year will not be approved.
Fellowship - A competitive, short-term funding opportunity for graduate study, scholarly research or professional development. All disciplines and at all career levels. A funded opportunity to do something exceptional.
Cooperative Education - Co-op positions are an experiential learning opportunity for a semester or summer away from campus. They are designed to be a structured experience. Only summer co-ops will be accepted. *Co-ops differ from academic internships during the semester.
Volunteer - Unpaid volunteer positions will not be accepted. Please contact Megan Brabec, Coordinator of Civic & Community Engagement, for volunteer roles (email@example.com).
On Campus Student Employment - On campus employment positions are intended for UNH Departments only.
Experiential Learning - Programs, professional development, conferences, events that require applicants to be screened for acceptance. They can be paid or unpaid and have a requirement of a resume, cover letter and/or GPA.
Graduate School - Schools or programs that are recruiting for graduate or continuing education will not be accepted.