A great way to build your brand on campus so that students learn about your organization is to get involved with the Career Center through presentations, and Career/ Job Fairs.
Upcoming Career Fair
Non Profit and Government Career Fair
Designed to provide a more intimate conversation style exchange, these events focus on providing employers with the opportunity to share information with students about internship and career opportunities within their organizations; tips for breaking in to the field, etc.
Panels and Presentations
Panels are scheduled regularly in all different career areas to provide student groups and classes with career information.
University Career Services’ shadowing program provides students who are completing their second year an opportunity to learn about career prospects and professional work environments through a shadowing experience. The shadowing program allows mentors the chance to share what they do day-to-day in their careers with students through first-hand encounters.
Pre-Recruiting Information Sessions
Pre-recruiting events have become popular ways to meet informally with students to provide information about the organization as well as the career opportunities offered. At times throughout the year, organizations may ask to hold open or closed sessions.
Please try to give us at least two months advance notice if possible so that we may best be able to accommodate your request for space and to best publicize the event to students