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UVM students are healthy, engaged, and successful. They also make excellent employees.

At UVM, we’re cultivating top talent and providing a rich academic and experiential environment where students become creative, capable citizens of the world. Our students are known for their dedication to making a difference, and they bring that passion to their careers and communities. Whether you’re seeking interns, part-time workers, or full-time employees, we’ll help you tailor your approach based on your unique recruiting needs.

Get started recruiting at UVM today.

  • Create your free Handshake account to connect with candidates and post your positions.
  • Meet UVM talent at our in-person and virtual job and internship fairs.
  • Connect with Interest Groups to participate in on-campus events.
  • Host your own virtual program through Handshake - review our virtual recruitment strategies for guidance.
  • Encourage UVM alums within your organization to sign up for UVM Connect, where they can post jobs and give back to current students through mentoring.
  • Connect with us about your own ideas to reach and engage students.

Top Resources for Employers


Handshake is our comprehensive recruiting platform, giving you access to UVM's talent and over 700 other schools nationwide. Post jobs, register for events, and connect with students.

UVM Micro-Internships

Hosting a Micro-Internship

Micro-internships engage UVM students in paid, professional, remote, project-based work without the hassle of coordinating the onboarding, training, and payroll paperwork of a traditional intern.  Need a quick project completed?  We have students who are up for the job!

Campus Engagement

Whether you’re currently recruiting for open positions or looking to build your brand on campus, meet prospective employees and interns by tabling.

Upcoming Recruitment Events

Attend one of our in-person or virtual fairs to connect with students. If you're looking for full-time employees, interns, or part-time workers, we've got a fair for you.

Internship Best Practices

Host an intern and discover why the experience can be so valuable to both you and the student. Review our additional guidelines for hosting interns during COVID-19.

Diversity & Inclusion Resources

As your company deepens its commitment to diversity & inclusion practices, consult our guides to advancing equity in the workplace and reflecting on how your company can grow in this effort:

The University of Vermont Career Center Division of Student Affairs

Assistant Director for Employer Relations

Amanda Van Vranken(She / Her)



Employer Relations & Operations Specialist


Erin Bucchin(She / Her)