Engage emerging talent to promote your company and build relationships with students.
Georgia Analytics Resume Book
Please email us at email@example.com to request the most recent Georgia Analytics Resume Book for students seeking full-time offers.
Post Jobs and Opportunities
We can manage your job and internship postings or you can post them directly in Handshake, our online recruiting system.
Handshake allows you to:
Post jobs and internship positions to current Georgia Analytics students and alumni. Manage the on-campus recruiting process from job posting and resume collection to selecting and interviewing candidates.
Participate in an Employer Showcase
Host targeted information sessions followed by deeper one-on-one conversations with Georgia Analytics students about your organization. Many companies use these sessions to pre-screen candidates for interviews.
Interview Students on Campus, in Atlanta, or Virtually
We offer dedicated space to interview students on our Athens campus (Monday through Friday), our Atlanta campus (Fridays only), and virtually (Monday through Friday).
Schedule On-Campus Events
Schedule a presentation, workshop, or other networking event to share information about employment opportunities, position requirements, and corporate culture.
Sponsor a Capstone Project
Capstone Projects are a key component of the Georgia Analytics program in which students complete an experiential learning project in partnership with corporate leaders in analytics. Capstone Projects provide students with hands-on exposure to companies’ large, “messy” datasets as they apply the latest tools and practices to data-driven business problems. Sponsoring a Capstone Project enables companies to assess, engage, and recruit new talent with the most in-demand skillsets in business analytics.
Our Recruiting Guidelines
We have developed the following Recruiter Guidelines to ensure a fair and equal opportunity for all potential employers to interact and connect with Georgia Analytics students.
Offers and Timelines
- Communication: Inform students of their status during the hiring process (e.g. invitation to the next round, offer of employment, still in consideration, or rejection) within three weeks of an interview.
- Acceptance Deadlines: Full-time offers made in the fall semester should be held open until the 1st Friday of November or four weeks after the date of the written offer, whichever is later. Full-time offers made in the spring semester should remain open until March 1st or four weeks after the date of the written offer, whichever is later.
- Rescinded Offers: Accepted offers may not be rescinded. If business conditions change, a company representative should contact the Career Management Center Director, Patti Zettek, before talking to the student.
- Alternative Dates: We ask employers to accommodate students who request an alternative interview date for religious or academic reasons.
Recruiters must adhere to the University’s Non-Discrimination Policy.