Campus Recruiting Opportunities

While recruiting will look different this fall, at the O’Neill Career Hub we’ll work with you to develop a VIRTUAL recruiting strategy tailored to your hiring goals. We offer various ways for you to meet our students and promote your brand!

  • Online Recruitment: Click here to set up a Handshake Employer Profile and Post Jobs (be sure to choose Indiana University as one of your top schools!)

  • Career Focus Fairs: Boutique fairs created to increase ROI for employers and students by focusing on a career community/industry. Register for our Career Focus Fairs Here!

  • On-Campus Interviews: Schedule your virtual interviews using the O’Neill School Handshake interview scheduler. Click here to start building your interview schedule

  • Employer Deep Dives: Host virtual organization information sessions. Click here to request a virtual event

  • Equity Commitment: Create a short video exploring your organization’s commitment to an intentional equitable environment for its employees (5-7 minutes)

  • Career Catalysts: An all-day networking and career exploration event focused on a specific geographical area.  This fall’s event will focus on connecting student virtually with career professionals in D.C. Email Miranda Redman: if interested in participating!

  • Net(WORK)ed: Virtual alumni and employer panels developed around an industry or a career pat

  • Online Recruitment: Click here to set up a Handshake Employer Profile and Post Jobs

  • Virtual Case Competitions: Sponsor and judge a virtual competition where our students analyze and present solutions to industry specific issue

  • Office Tour or Meet the Team Sessions :Invite students to explore your office or headquarters virtually, and/or introduce students to your leadership team and other staff members (15-45 minutes)

  • Virtual Job Search Meet-Up: 1 -hour sessions focused on a job search related skill in addition to exploring the guest’s career story

  • Career Spotlight Blog or Video: Share your professional path and career advice with our students in a short Q&A published on our website as a video or blog