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Registration Now Open for Spring Career Fair
img Spring Professional and Technical Career Fair, Feb. 9-10
img Recruit virtually for full- and part-time co-op, internship, and permanent positions
img Engineering, Information Technology, Business, and Arts & Sciences
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UC will also host smaller, major-specific fairs this spring:
  • Sales Expo
  • Media and Marketing 
  • Criminal Justice
  • Communications
  • Education
  • Arts and Sciences
Look for them in Handshake and learn more at Career Education Events.
Hiring UC co-op and internship students has never been more manageable. With UC’s flexible staffing options, you can hire a student for full-time, part-time, and even project work. Non-profits and small businesses may even qualify for wage assistance. It's not too late to hire a UC student for spring or summer semester. Learn more about our flexible staffing solutions and hire a UC student today!
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Want to kick start your project with a faculty-led team of students? 
Through UC’s Virtual Innovation Studio (VIS), industry partners can access a variety of student talent through short-term, low-cost project collaborations. We are now accepting requests for spring and summer '21 projects. Questions? Email Brandon Prew.
Submit your Project Proposal →
Student Spotlight:
Anna Lanzillotta

Anna Lanzillotta, an electrical engineering student in UC's College of Engineering and Applied Science, landed her dream co-op job at NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston for the 2019 fall semester as an audio systems engineer. She worked in the audio group of the human interface branch, which deals with human interactions and communications in space. One project enabled her to conduct audio analysis of the speakers and microphones that will be used inside the next generation spacesuit for future Artemis missions. 

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Employer Spotlight:
St. Vincent de Paul

St. Vincent de Paul participated in UC’s Service Learning Co-op program, which provided wage assistance to support several students who served in their pharmacy for the past several semesters.  According to Lydia Bailey, St. Vincent de Paul’s Clinical Pharmacy Manager, their three work study interns logged over 300 hours managing medication inventory, dispensing prescriptions, counseling patients and more, which would normally have cost $4,000 in salary compensation, which they could not have afforded as a 501c3 nonprofit. Learn more about UC's wage assistance programs.

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December: Key Dates for Engineering, IT, and DAAP Co-ops
  • Workplace supervisors provide final feedback to fall co-op students in UC PAL 
  • Spring semester co-ops begin Dec. 28; actual start dates vary by employer
  • Coming in January  
    • Employers post and verify job listings for summer and fall co-op positions in UC PAL 
    • Students begin search for summer co-op positions
    • First year students begin search for fall co-op positions