The FCC Includes Career Centers from all 12 Public Universities in the State of Florida

Effective Recruiting in Florida

Career Services/Career Centers are excellent resources of qualified highly motivated, job-ready candidates for employment. To help our graduates with their entry into the work force, we offer comprehensive career planning and placement services.


Each Florida University Career Center offers a wide range of employer services and on-campus recruiting programs including:

Job Posting Systems

Each of the Florida Career Centers offer an on-line registration and resume referral system. UNF students and alumni/ae register with Career Services and post their resumes to our database through the internet.

On Campus Interviews

Interview on-campus, one-on-one, with qualified students and or alumni/ae. Choose pre-select (pre-screening of resumes) and open scheduling.

Information Sessions

Meet with groups of interested students and alumni/ae and present pertinent information about your organization.

Information Tables

Set up an information display at a table in a high traffic area on campus. Talk informally with students about your organization and opportunities.


By sponsoring a pizza party or other type of “social” you can provide more casual and informal environment to meet and talk with our students.

Job Fairs

Exchange information with hundreds of students and alumni about co-op and internships, full-time and part-time jobs, and career opportunities. Students are encouraged to explore career opportunities, learn about organizations, and develop their career networks.

Career Partnerships/Sponsorships

Each of the Florida Career Centers look to develop partnerships and sponsorships with employers. Your financial support of Career Services is an investment that will enable us to provide greater opportunities for both students and sponsoring employers.

Cooperative Education

Now part of Career Services, Cooperative Education is an experimental program which provides opportunities for students to combine classroom learning with work experiences related to their major field of interest. Students may “earn and learn” by alternating semesters of full-time work, with full-time study or work part-time 15-20 hours per week. Academic credit may be earned up to six semester hours.