Build a strong pipeline with us through early engagement on campus with students and faculty, while also partnering on initiatives for both strategic recruitment and “just in time hiring” needs. Our model helps you maximize your university-wide brand with students, alumni, faculty, and other campus partners.
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70% of current Charlotte students engage with our system, which means your key positions will be seen by a wide audience. Students from technology, analytics, and business programs have an even higher rate of engagement with the Hire-A-Niner.
- Post an Opportunity
- On-Campus Interviews
- Employer/Industry Meet Ups
- Professional in Residence
Aside from posting jobs, large career fairs will not only provide your organization with an opportunity for campus-wide branding, but also an opportunity to meet candidates from across the university. These events are open to all students, alumni, local universities/colleges, and the general public and tend to attract 2,000+ candidates and first/second year students for your talent pipeline.
- Fall Career + Internship Fair (September)
- Part-Time Job Fair (October)
- STEM Career Fair (February 9)
- Spring Career + Internship Fair (February 28)
- Education Career Fair (April 12, 19, or 11)
Look to join our industry-based programs to build your brand, reach talent early, and help students build their social capital and career awareness.
Etiquette Dinner (March 26)
Niner Diversity Panel (March 27)
Spring Career Community Weeks
Arts | Media | Design (February 19-23)
Health | Science | Research (March 18-22)
Social Impact | Education | Non-Profit (April 1-5)
BUILD YOUR TALENT PIPELINE – NINER STYLE
Internships/Coops: our office will help you build a structured internship program and recruit potential candidates.
Micro Internships: sometimes you may not have projects that last a full semester but still have need for talent for short term experiences.
Student Projects: talk to a representative about opportunities to develop a course-based project with teams of students and faculty oversight.
Niner Challenges: develop creative ways to provide students with experience while also developing your future talent pipeline. Hack-a-thons, Case Competitions, Skills Challenges, or other ways to gamify skill development.
Industry and Career Education:
Build your Brand: join in on the facilitation of our Career Meet-Ups, Professional Panels, Practice Interviews, become an “executive in residence”, or develop a Career Trek! Look to engage with students through our social media and CareerBits Podcast. Have an idea of something new you want to try? Let us know!
Deepen your Engagement: engage with our student clubs & organizations, host an event at your company site, partner with us on a new training program or summit, or explore our partners program.