Talent acquisition

Talent acquisition


At the University of Florida, we have developed an all-encompassing approach, inclusive of the entire workforce continuum. This approach allows you to attract and acquire future leading talent while further developing your current workforce. Backed by a nationally recognized Career Connection Center (#2 in the nation), servicing 54,000+ students and alumni, along with various #1 and top 5 online bachelors and graduate programs, the University of Florida is here to tailor strategies to meet your talent needs.

UF Career Connection center

The University of Florida Career Connections Center can assist you with your recruiting and campus branding needs.

  • Micro Internship: Micro Internship connects companies to students and alumni by engaging in meaningful work that benefits both the company and the candidate. Micro internships are short-term, project-based assignments offered by organizations virtually. Projects can take anywhere from one week to a few months to complete and usually range from 5 to 40 hours of work.
  •  Gator CareerLink: Discover the options and opportunities recruiting at UF offers by logging into GatorCareerLink
  • Career Fair: The Career Connections Center has a range of career fairs, from on-campus to virtual to fit every recruiting need.


Interested in hiring Gator Engineering students? Learn more about how to find your next intern or full-time hire by contacting Erin Lin or Trey Womack.

Promote your company as an employer of choice with UF Engineering Student Organizations

The College supports and promotes student involvement in a number of Engineering focused student organizations. With active chapters of SHPE, SWE and NSBE as well as all major academic organizations (IEEE, ASME, ASCE, AiCHE, BMES, ACM, etc.) and numerous award-winning design teams, companies can position their organizations as employers of choice among students with specific interests and skills of interest to the company. Our team can help your company make the right connections to help identify the right pathways for efficient and effective recruiting.

To learn more about various student organizations please contact Trey Womack or Erin Lin or peruse the list of current student organizations here: https://www.eng.ufl.edu/students/students/engineering-student-organizations/

For further information and to discuss the best way to assist your corporate needs, please contact:

John “Trey” Womack
Assistant Director, Engineering Extension and Outreach
Email: j.womack@ufl.edu
Phone: 352-294-6961