Recruit at UNT/Build a Presence

Brand awareness is a key recruiting element, and we encourage you to build it early with frequent on-campus visits and regular engagement with our students. We offer many different recruiting opportunities, and our Employer Development Team is available to assist you with building a presence at UNT. If you don’t see what you’re looking for below, please let us know so we can help you connect with our students in a way that meets the needs of your organization. We look forward to working with you.

Check out the video below titled Employers: Meet the UNT Career Center.


Career Fairs and Networking Events

Each fall and spring the Career Center offers industry specific networking events and larger major career fairs. Here, companies have the opportunity to make connections with students and alumni in a variety of formats that meet the needs of their organization. You can access our calendar of upcoming Career Fairs and Networking Events to see what we have scheduled and begin planning your next recruiting event.

Payments for career fairs and events are made through Handshake. In case you need it, we’ve given you access to the UNT W-9.


On-Campus Interviews

Recruiting on-campus in one of the Career Center’s 23 interview suites is an effective way to gain visibility and recruit superior talent for your organization. Learn more about On-Campus Interviews at UNT.



With a referral from the Career Center, employers have the option to staff a table outside of the UNT Library Mall in the center of campus free of charge for up to three times each semester. Additionally, you are welcome to staff a table inside the UNT Union for a fee paid to UNT Union Scheduling. Both tabling options give employers access to a large number of students across all majors for maximum exposure to our talented student population.

Student Organizations

Student Organizations

Connect and get involved with one or more of the approximately 450 academic and social student organizations at UNT. We can connect you with specific club officers and/or the student organization’s full time staff advisor. Many organizations offer employers the opportunity to speak at general meetings and/or with club officers throughout the academic year. This is a list of all Student Organizations at UNT in case you’d like to see the available organizations. If you need assistance connecting with a student organization, contact the Career Center.

Speaking Opportunities

Speaking Opportunities

Our Career Center has relationships with faculty across campus that often welcome employer speakers to their classes to speak on particular industry topics.



In a partnership with Parker Dewey, UNT helps employers build a virtual presence and connect with students in a mutually beneficial and meaningful way. The program provides students and recent graduates the opportunity to complete short-term, paid, professional assignments in a completely virtual setting. Micro-internships provide employers with the same benefits as traditional internships, but the projects are much shorter (typically 5 to 40 hours). Learn more About Micro-Internships.

Employer Partnerships

Employer Partnership Program and Sponsorship Opportunities

University of North Texas thrives on empowering students and alumni to identify and achieve individual goals for career success. Our mission is to design and deliver high quality career services to UNT students and alumni through partnerships with employers. As a Career Center Employer Partner, you will have an exclusive opportunity to provide our students and alumni with high quality career services and events, which will in turn help you recruit excellent UNT candidates. For more information about the Employer Partnership Program, contact Amy Ferman, Associate Director for Employer Development, at or 940-565-2622.

The following sponsorship packages are good for the UNT Academic Year (12 months) for which they are obtained.


Etiquette Dinner

You have the opportunity to sponsor a table of seven students in your major recruiting area. Throughout the program, students are coached on how to have a professional presence during a business meeting and/or meal. A full three-course dinner will be served and employers are able to table prior to the start of the program.



Use these Employer Guidelines for Creating Videos to produce a video that will facilitate your connection with UNT students and alumni using your computer and software you likely already have. Examples of videos produced by employers are included in the guidelines.

Recruiting in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business

If you are interested in recruiting UNT Business majors, please access Recruiting in the G. Brint Ryan College of Business.