Meet the Emory Recruiting Team
Each member of our team is dedicated to specific industries and employer partners. Identify your industry cluster to engage with the right Emory recruiting team contact. Employers should consult with our recruiting team specialists by industry cluster to coordinate effective recruiting activities & guidance on potential collaborations. We will make every effort to assist you in scheduling targeted activities that will maximize brand exposure and visibility to your job, internship, fellowship and/or gap year opportunity.
Director of Recruiting and Employer Relations
- Business Cluster
- Creative Cluster
- STEM Cluster
Senior Manager of Recruiting Operations
- Health & Human Services Cluster
- Law, Policy & Government Cluster
- Non-profit, Education & Advocacy Cluster
- Goizueta Business School Liaison
- Environment & Sustainability Cluster
The Recruiting Team coordinates recruiting events and strategies for undergraduates* from the following schools:
Companies seeking quality candidates from Emory have a variety of ways of engaging with our students both in person, on-campus and virtually. Sample Recruiting Activities include but are not limited to the following which can be accomplished as in person or virtual ways to connect:
- Information sessions
- Small Student Group Sessions
- 1:1 Office hours/Coffee chats
- Networking events
- Career Fairs
- Case competitions/Hackathons
- Mock interviews
- Resume critiques
Eagle Opportunities (EagleOps), powered by 12twenty, is The Career Center’s primary system for undergraduate students and recent alumni to search and apply to job and internship listings, and RSVP and attend career events, workshops, career fairs, on-campus recruiting program, and more.
Need to let Emory undergraduate students know about your organization, it’s incredible culture, a day in the life of early career talent or interns, the best kept secrets/benefits of building a career within your company? Are you a recruiter or an Emory Alumnus or staff that wants to recruit our students by branding through a group session on campus or through a virtual event?