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Brand on Campus

What does your organization’s brand mean to UNG students? Increasing your visibility on our campuses and promoting your organization’s opportunities will help shape what they know. Career Services is happy to help you engage on campus to connect with UNG students, faculty and alumni. We welcome the opportunity to arrange your campus visits and make them worthwhile. 

On-Campus
Interviewing

An important component of Career Services at UNG is the on-campus recruitment program. Individual on-campus interviewing visits can be made for both fall and spring semesters simply by calling the office at:

  • 706-864-1951 (Dahlonega campus)
  • 678-717-3964 (Gainesville campus)
  • 706-310-6310 (Oconee campus)

Career Center staff members coordinate the recruiting calendar, publicize visits, and work closely with recruiters to achieve a productive recruiting visit.

Information
Tables

If you would like to come to campus to get the word out to large numbers of students about your company and the employment opportunities you have there, we can schedule a day for you to set up an information table in a high-traffic area of our student center. Plan in advance so that we can get word out on campus, call us today!

  • 706-864-1951 (Dahlonega campus)
  • 678-717-3964 (Gainesville campus)
  • 706-310-6310 (Oconee campus)

Information
Sessions

Information sessions are typically 45-60 minutes in length, and give you the opportunity to speak to a group of interested students about employment or internship opportunities at your organization. Sessions are scheduled in a room with technological capabilities to allow employers to access the web, show promotional clips, etc. Plan in advance so that we can get word out on campus, call us today!

  • 706-864-1951 (Dahlonega campus)
  • 678-717-3964 (Gainesville campus)
  • 706-310-6310 (Oconee campus)

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