Recruit Students

The Department of Computer Science provides plenty of opportunities to connect with Undergraduate and Graduate students, from on-campus events to weekly newsletter postings. The University of Arizona uses Handshake to host job postings. Students are able to access open internships, part-time, and full-time jobs. Handshakes is free for employers to list positions and ensures next-day posting on the internet.

The Department of Computer Science hosts a CS only career fair in both the fall & spring semesters. This event is open to all current Undergraduate / Graduate students including pre-majors, majors, minors, and double degree / double majors.

The CS Career Fairs are completely free for employers to attend and registration for the fairs are managed through Handshake by searching for 'CS Career Fair'. If you are unable to register through Handshake, please email career@cs.arizona.edu for separate registration information.

Spring career fairs will precede HackArizona, which is traditionally held over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday break.

Fall career fairs will be hosted shortly after the fall semester starts and more information will be available in Handshake.

The Department of Computer Science offers many opportunities for interacting with students including student presentations, tech talks, mock interviews, resume reviews, employer treks, etc. If you are interested in scheduling an engagement event, please email career@cs.arizona.edu. Additionally, if you are interested in hosting an engagement event that was not previously listed, please let us know!

The Department of Computer Science sends out weekly newsletters to all Undergraduate and Graduate students with any postings / opportunities currently available. If you would like a posting included in the newsletter, please email career@cs.arizona.edu with the following information:

  • Position Title
  • Brief description of the requirements / responsibilities
  • Academic level if appropriate (i.e. freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, graduate)
  • Estimated hours per week OR total hours expected
  • Preferred skills / qualifications
  • Contact information including name, email address, physical address (if student is expected to work on-site)

The Undergraduate newsletter is sent to students every week on Monday and the Graduate newsletter is sent out on Tuesday. Additionally, opportunities can be posted to the appropriate bulletin boards in the department.