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Connect with an Employer Outreach Specialist
Interested in building an individualized, targeted recruitment strategy and/or learning more about our services and ongoing events? Contact us via email today to schedule a call/meeting!
You must be connected and approved on Handshake prior to using the following services. Learn more about Handshake here.
Handshake Event Promotion
We’ve changed the way we handle the promotion of employer events. Submitting a form to us is no longer necessary! If you are a partner employer who is connected with us on Handshake, you can post and advertise your organization’s upcoming events on Handshake to be shared with UTA students and alumni. Find a step-by-step guide on posting events on Handshake here.
Event Approval Policy
How-to / Instructions
Campus Flyers help employers increase their brand awareness and visibility on-campus without being present. Promote upcoming on-campus visits or remote events, as well as job and internship openings. Review this example and email a flyer to firstname.lastname@example.org to be reviewed and posted.
Please note, as shown in the example, the university requires a 2x2 blank space on the bottom right-hand corner for stamping approval.
Information Tables allow your organization to pass out/display information directly to students while engaging them in short, meaningful conversations about your organization and open opportunities. Tables are available in high-traffic areas in multiple locations across campus based on your organization’s targeted student population, as well as online (virtual) via Zoom and or TEAMS.
Information Sessions allow your organization to meet with groups of students, in-person, or online via Zoom and/or TEAMS, in a less formal setting than an actual interview. You have the chance to speak with students/alumni about your organization, your industry, the types of positions you have to offer, what you are looking for in a candidate, and answer questions.
On-Campus interviews are a convenient and efficient way for employers to interview multiple students in just one day. Traditional recruiting cycles are February–April and September–November, but employers may schedule on-campus interviews at any time. Please review the document below to learn more about on-campus interview formats, including how to request a date/schedule.
Increase your visibility on campus by offering to make presentations to student clubs, organizations and other campus groups. We are creating a directory to make available to key contacts on campus to serve as speakers for their meetings, programs and events including Lockheed Martin Career Development Center events. Click below to join.
This social media branding opportunity is a way for you to show UTA Mavericks behind the scenes and highlight what makes your organization stand out from the rest. Whether it’s showing off your office, featuring different departments within the organization, or showcasing the organizations’ s culture, this is a great way for you to connect with students/alumni in a trendy, unique, and authentic way. Complete this brief form.
Work-Study is a form of financial aid that allows students to work part-time to earn money during the school year. Off-campus jobs are primarily based in schools, non-profits, and some for-profit businesses. With a Work-Study contract, employers are reimbursed between 50-100% of their student worker’s wages earned by the University of Texas at Arlington. Learn more about the program’s policies and procedures, as well as whom to contact, below.Off-Campus Work-Study
The University has more than 300 student organizations, and many are related to specific degree programs. Meeting with such groups, on campus or virtually, allows employers the opportunity to share their knowledge about the industry, present a workshop on a relevant topic, or sponsor an event.Explore and connect with MavOrgs