For Employers

UNH Manchester students are talented, hard-working and motivated — and our career-driven programs prepare them to be valuable contributors to any organization.

Recruit our talent, or partner with us to help prepare our students for success in the real world. 

Career and Professional Success (CaPS)

We are always on the lookout for opportunities to surround our students with professional expertise, so please contact our office if you’re interested in sharing yours. Traditionally, our partner employers:

  • Participate in on-campus interviews and career exploration activities
  • Conduct resume reviews and mock-interviews
  • Host company tours and information sessions
  • Offer insightful presentations
  • Participate in the UNH Career & Internship Fair

Handshake for UNH Departments
 

On-Campus Employment Process for Part-Time & Work Study Postings

This posting process applies to ALL UNH Manchester departments hiring current students for part-time and/or work-study positions.

Please read all of these instructions BEFORE you post your department's open jobs into Handshake. These naming conventions and posting best practices will ensure your positions are seen by as many students as possible.

Registration:

  • On campus departments must follow the naming convention of the department in this format: “UNHM – Department Name” 

Posting Information:

  • Job Title:
    • If you are offering the position to only students with work-study eligibility please include “Work Study Only” in the job title
    • Students are not required to apply through an additional website or applicant tracking system
    • You have the option of showing your name only or no information at all
  • Job Type:
    • For Job Type, select: “On-Campus Employment”
    • For Employment Type, select: “Part-time” for a work-study or on-campus position
    • For Duration, select temporary/seasonal
    • For Dates, select the start and end dates for the duration of the position

 

Although you may be posting a Work Study positions you must select “No” when asked if this is a work-study position. Career and Professional Success cannot store or share student work-study eligibility in Handshake. Because of this, all student applicants will appear to “not meet preferences” if you choose “Yes”.

To confirm work-study eligibility, we suggest reaching out to the UNH Manchester Financial Aid office before conducting interviews to make sure the student is work-study eligible.  You may also include language like this in your posting: “Interview eligibility is contingent upon confirmation from Financial Aid that you are work study eligible”

Please reach out to us for any questions you may have at unhm.career@unh.edu or 603.641.4394.

 

The University of New Hampshire has joined Handshake to host job and internship postings, on-campus recruitment scheduling, career events registration and much more. This new platform is incredibly user-friendly for employers who want to connect with the talented individuals in the UNH student and alumni community. Handshake allows you to:

  • Post a full-time or part-time position (entry level and recent graduates- please post positions that  only  require up to 4 years experience and under)
  • Post an internship (paid or unpaid)
  • Post a work-study position 
  • Request on-campus recruiting (interviews and info sessions/tabling)
  • Register for career events

Join Handshake!

Handshake FAQ and Resources

Handshake has a number of resources to help you create your account, add UNH to an existing account and more. Here is a list of the most commonly searched articles:

For a full list of resources, visit the full Handshake Help Center

 

Still have questions? Contact us at employer.relations@unh.edu.