See the Event Calendar for specific dates and locations of the events below.
Career and Internship Fair
Local and regional employers looking for students in any major and any year in school. Internships, part-time, and full-time post-graduation positions! Held at the end of October and March.
View the employers attending the fair
The All Majors Career and Internship Fair is offered each semester and is open to all university students. For a fee recruiters are provided a table, two chairs, 2 lunches, 1 parking pass and access to interview rooms. Employers are also encouraged to highlight their company through information sessions.
Meet employers in a more business casual setting before the Career Fair and learn what they are looking for in employees. Held the day before the Career Fair.
This networking event gives employers the opportunity to interact with students and faculty prior to the fair. It is open to all university students and employers regardless if they are attending the career fair.
Prepare for the Fair
A multi-station, drop-in event, for students to gain insight, advice and experience on being a better prepared career fair attendee/job applicant from employers and university staff. Stations include dress for success, company research, introductions, resume critiques, mock interviews, and career resource stations.
Assist students with resume critiques or mock interviews at this multi-station event for students to gain insight, advice and experience to better prepare for the career fair and job search process.
Register for Prepare for the Fair
Company Information Sessions
Held before, during, and after the Career and Internship Fair. Learn which companies are hiring and what they look for in an employee.
An information table can be arranged in the College of Business on the second floor in front of the student lounge. Information Sessions can be arranged by company representatives who recruit graduates, offer internships or post full or part-time positions with the college to inform students about opportunities within their organization. Typical high traffic times are the noon hour and short break between classes. Tables can highlight the company, open positions and internships.
Online and on campus resources to teach you more about the job search process.
Biz Talk Blender
Employers have the opportunity to interact with students at a networking event designed to expose students to the practice of networking. Students enrolled in the Business Communications course (5 classes per semester) are required to come dressed professionally with business cards to learn networking skills.
March 28, 4 pm - 5:30 pm register here
April 11, 4 pm - 5:30 pm register here
April 18, 4 pm - 5:30 pm register here