Whether you're on the hunt for a part-time gig, your next internship, or gearing up to tackle the job market post-graduation, the Fall Career Fairs and Expos are the perfect opportunity to make moves for your future.
Fall Career Fairs and Expos run from August 23 - October 3
Career Fairs are large, inclusive events. Employers will be looking for potential hires from a wide variety of industries, in all majors and with all levels of experience. Check the attending employers list in Handshake to see what companies are coming ahead of time.
Career Expos are smaller, focused on specific industries, and held in an academic department or college. If there is an expo for your area of interest this semester, you don’t want to miss it.
Register using the links below or visit the U Career Success website for more information.
Note: Registration is through Handshake, your all-in-one career resource hub. You already have an account, just log in with your uNID and CIS password.
Making the most of these opportunities:
The best thing about these events is that they’re worth your time no matter where you are in your journey. Come as you are to just scope out the market and see what’s out there. Or step up your game by using our prep workshops and resources to attend as a career fair boss.
Fall Career Fairs
August 23 | 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
Find a part-time student job to earn extra cash this semester. Includes both on-campus and off-campus part-time jobs that are flexible with your student schedule.
September 19 | 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Students from any major can explore career opportunities, network with employers, and find an internship or full-time job in a variety of fields. Includes nonprofit, government, healthcare, corporate, and more.
September 26 | 9 a.m.–3 p.m.
Explore career opportunities, network with employers, and find an internship or full-time job opportunity in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) fields.
Fall Career Expos
September 27 | 11 a.m.–2 p.m.
Union Saltair Room
Connect with employers and learn about companies with energy workforce development opportunities and future directions in this critical industry.
September 28 | 4–6 p.m.
7th floor, SFEBB
The TEK Club is open to students who have an interest in the intersection of business and technology. Come to this event to connect with employers who have opportunities related to technology in business. Open to all students. Join the TEK Club for more activities and connections.
September 29 | 10 a.m.–3 p.m
Catmull Gallery, Warnock
Computer Science students can explore career opportunities, network with employers, and find an internship or full-time job opportunity in the computing and related fields.