Campus Career Fairs - February 8-13

There are a number of career fairs this week, especially on campuses where candidates using the Greek Ladders Career Network are affiliated. Click the LINK for details.

Below is a list of career fairs, which our candidates should be leveraging to launch their careers.

Tuesday, February 10
Purdue University – Hospitality & Tourism Management Career Fair – LINK
Texas Tech University – Summer Camp Job Fair – LINK
University of Kentucky – Employer Showcase (Technical careers) – LINK
Arizona State University – Career & Internship Fair – LINK

Wednesday, February 11
Boston University – Career Expo – LINK
George Mason University – Career & Internship Fair – LINK
Purdue University – College of Agriculture Spring Career Fair – LINK
The George Washington University – Career & Internship Fair – LINK 
University of California – Riverside – Internship & Non-Profit Fair – LINK
University of California - Santa Barbara – CARE Expo – LINK
University of Kansas – University Career Fair – LINK
University of Kentucky – Spring Employer Showcase (Non-technical careers) – LINK
University of Nevada – NRES & Mackay Career & Internship Fair – LINK
University of Texas - San Antonio – STEM Career Fair – LINK
University of Texas - San Antonio – All Majors Job and Internship Career Fair – LINK
Arizona State University – Career & Internship Fair – LINK

Thursday, February 12
New York University – Engineering & Technology Career Fair – LINK
University of Illinois - Urbana-Champaign – Engineering Expo – LINK
University of Kansas – Engineering & Computing Fair – LINK
University of New Mexico – Career Expo – LINK
University of Oregon – Internship, Summer Job & Volunteer Fair – LINK

Friday, February 13
New York University – Government and Non-Profit Expo – LINK

 

We recommend candidates to make the most of career fair. Below are tips to achieve success at the fairs.

Why attend a college fair?

  • Meet potential employers.
  • Gather information to help chose a major.
  • Be evaluated on more than just the resume.
  • Obtain information about careers to consider.
  • Learn more about jobs.
  • Make a good impression
  • CLICK HERE for more reasons

Career Fair best practices

  • Bring a resume
  • Dress appropriately
  • Conduct research
  • Don't "window shop"
  • College business cards
  • Follow up

Receive a professional referral from Greek Ladders

We recognize that career fairs can be intimidating and difficult to navigate. Whether you’re a freshman, who’s attending to “window shop” and gain an initial understanding of the fair, or a senior looking to find the ideal first job, we want to make the career fair experience fun and meaningful for both students and employers.

CLICK HERE to receive a professional referral.

 

 

 

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