Market Your Company on Campus
UCS Recruiting Staff are here to assist you in getting your brand more recognized within our student, staff, faculty and alumni populations. Our staff is available to assist you in creating a successful recruiting plan. We would be happy to consult your organization about additional ways to connect with our students.
Ideas to Build Visibility with Students and Alumni
Sponsor Northwestern UCS through our Preferred Partner Program
Become a Preferred Partner with our office to gain preferred information session and interviewing dates as well as receive exposure at a greater level online, in-print and in-person. Learn more on our Preferred Partner Program page.
Join our Social Media
Be active in our online conversations, contribute, ask questions and interact with our students, alumni, faculty and staff. Be accessible for student inquiries on such topics related to industries and career paths.
Serve as Alumni Career Mentors
Northwestern Alumni who work at your organization can register with Northwestern CareerNet. CareerNet is a database of active alumni available to students who want to connect with professionals and learn about organizations and fields.
Volunteer with UCS
Volunteer for panels/discussion tables to give students exposure to your organization while sharing career and industry information. There are also other opportunities to volunteer where you can give practice behavioral interviews and case interviews to our students at our Mock Interview Programs. Contact Dianne Siekmann to get involved.
Connect to Student Groups
Partner with a relevant student group to sponsor a meeting or conduct a presentation. Contact Dianne Siekmann (Subject in email: Partner w/Student Groups) to get involved.
Host a Competition
Have your organization sponsor student programs or student team competitions, such as case study competitions, marketing competitions or design/innovation contests. Contact Dianne Siekmann (Subject in email: Employer Programs) to get involved.
Present a Topical Workshop
Offer educational workshops in your field of expertise such as ‘Engineering Project Management’, ‘Hedge Funds 101’ or ‘Life as a Consultant.’ Contact Dianne Siekmann (Subject in email: Employer Workshops) to get involved.
Grab the attention of students on campus by advertising in Northwestern University’s publications and on our scrolling monitors.
- Northwestern University Career Services Career Guide: Contact Christina Siders to purchase Ad space in our widely distributed Career Guide
- The Daily Northwestern: Place an advertisement in the student newspaper, The Daily Northwestern, contact 847-491-7206
- McCormick School of Engineering: Place a scrolling digital ad on Tech’s TV screens