Interested in Recruiting our Undergraduates?

The Haslam College of Business fosters a culture based on the ethics of hard work, integrity and character. Expect to encounter well-rounded team players with the skills to handle serious workplace challenges through business fundamentals like statistics and management.

The Undergraduate Professional & Career Development team encourages you to contact us and develop a joint plan for maximizing your recruiting efforts. You can begin recruiting employees and interns by posting to Handshake or contact Megan Flora to establish a new recruiting relationship with Haslam.

The Haslam College of Business (HCB) expects employers to abide by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Practice and all applicable federal, state and local rules and regulations in their hiring process. In addition, in an effort to create consistency across companies that recruit at HCB and to support undergraduate students in making informed employment decisions, we have established recommended offer guidelines.

Employer of the Day

Employer of the Day is a great way to get your organization name in front of business students in a casual setting. Through this free program, employers set up a booth in the Haslam College of Business atrium to share opportunities and showcase their brand. Sign up to be an Employer of the Day.

Overall Recruiting Cycle for Undergraduate Students

  • September-November: Peak full-time recruiting season with high volume of internship recruiting
  • February-April: Peak internship recruiting and high volume of full-time recruiting
  • May: Undergraduate graduation (students may also graduate in December)

Posting a Job or Internship

The University of Tennessee’s Handshake platform is a great way to gain access to undergraduate talent by searching resumes and posting job offers. Career fair registrations are also completed via Handshake.

Undergraduate Recruiting Events

The University of Tennessee Center for Career Development offers several job fairs every year. These are an opportunity to meet students in one central location and are ideal for companies, government agencies and non-profit organizations.

Fall Semester

Part-Time Job Fair

Held early after fall semester starts, this fair is ideal for employers seeking students for part-time job opportunities.

Supply Chain Management Job and Internship Fair

This niche fair caters to students majoring in supply chain and industrial engineering seeking full-time jobs or internship opportunities.

Business/Retail/Government Job and Internship Fair

This event brings in private and public sector employers and organizations seeking a wide variety of majors.

Spring Semester

Spring Job and Internship Fair

This program is perfect for recruiting students for summer jobs, internships (which can be year-round) and those seeking full-time opportunities for after graduation.

Impact Careers Week

This event focuses on students interested in volunteer, internship and full-time opportunities in careers that have social impact and support environmental sustainability.