Campus interviewing is a program that allows students registered with UCS or RCC, through Panther Career Net to interview for entry-level career positions and internships. Students registered with UCS and RCC are eligible to participate in this program through one year after graduation. Campus interviews are conducted fall and spring semesters each academic year. During the summer, as well as the rest of the year, some companies conduct interviews with students who were selected from résumé referrals.
Here are a few recruiting employers:
Bank of America (Kennesaw)
Coco Cola Enterprises
Department of Homeland Security
Department of Transportation
Department of Veterans Affairs
Drug Enforcement Administration
Fastenal Industrial Construction Supplies
Internal Revenue Service
Macy’s System and Technology
Office Depot (Norcross)
Office of the Comptroller Currency
Teach For America
U.S. CENSUS BUREAU
U.S. Customs and Border Control
U.S. Department of Labor, OASAM
US Peace Corps
View who is coming to campus this semester through your Panther Career Net Account
Sign-ups are done via the internet using Panther Career Net. Registered students can access Panther Career Net (PCN) on-campus or from any off campus PC with internet access. If you would like to polish up your interviewing skills, then sign up for Interview Stream, a Virtual Interviewing Practice System.
1. Under your PCN home page, view the quick links section and select campus interviews.
2. Review the interview information in detail to make sure you meet the qualifications.
3. For open interviews, all students may sign-up for a confirmed interview on a first-come, first-serve basis.
4. For pre-screen interviews, students will have to submit their résumé online to be considered for an interview. The employer will select students once the résumé submission has ended.
5. Students should check the Panther Career Net system at lease once a week before the interview to find out if they have been selected, and if selected, to sign-up.
Interviews are conducted in the interview rooms located in University Center, room 250, adjacent to the main UCS office. Students should review the Interview Cancellation and No Show Policy before signing up for their first interview.
Please note! Panther Career Net résumé and registration information must be forwarded to UCS or Alumni Career Services at least 24 hours before interview sign-up and pre-screen sign-up can take place. Pay close attention to all deadlines.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Cancellation of an interview must be made by 5:00 pm three (3) business days prior to the interview day by calling 404-413-1830. Cancellations after this time are considered late cancellations. Students who cancel late must speak to the Campus Recruiting Coordinator who will make the final decision as to whether a late cancellation is recorded as excused or unexcused.
A student who misses an interview without giving the recruiting staff prior notification is considered a no-show. No shows and students who have an unexcused late cancellation will be immediately suspended from the campus recruiting system.
To lift the suspension, the student must bring a typed letter of explanation and apology addressed to the employer, along with a stamped, addressed envelope, within five (5) business days, to the Recruiting Coordinator for approval. The letter must be in proper business format and contain no errors. Do Not Seal The Envelope.
Upon acceptance of the letter the student’s access to the campus recruiting system will be reinstated. This procedure will address one incident of an unexcused late cancellation and/or no show. A second incident, or failure to respond within five days, will result in permanent revocation of UCS registration in Panther Career Net as well as some UCS services, including campus recruiting privileges.
A student whose registration has been permanently revoked may re-apply at any time for re-instatement by taking the following action:
Email a request for an appointment with the Associate Director, Angela H. Walker at email@example.com. The letter should detail the circumstances which resulted in the revocation of registration and reasons why the student believes the registration should be reinstated.
The Director or her designee will contact the student as soon as possible but no later than 10 business days after receipt of the letter to set up an appointment. After the meeting the decision of the Director will be final. Failure to appear for the meeting will also result in denial of the request.
Please note that the most up-to-date information is in the Panther Career Net (PCN) calendar.