ONLINE Drop-in Career Advising for Undergraduates

Drop-in Advising is the best way to get immediate and ongoing feedback on your resumes and other documents. You can also use Drop-in Advising to ask any quick career questions, learn about the career center, and our resources. You'll spend 10 to 15 minutes with an adviser, so don't hesitate to organize your thoughts in advance to make the most of the time!
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Spring Career Fair

Come to our Spring Career Fair to meet representatives from over 60 companies from a wide variety of industries. All students are encouraged to attend - even if you are in your first year, or unsure about career paths, come chat with recruiters! Check out our Digital Career Fair Guide ( for a list of companies and additional information.

Career Fair Backstage Pass

Join us for a backstage view of the career fair in action! You will be able to ask your last-minute questions, get tips on making a positive and professional first impression, get an overview of how to navigate the fair, orient yourself using our Digital Career Fair guide, and access employer information.

Preparing for Career Fairs and Employer Events: A Workshop for Graduate Students and Postdocs [Registration required]

Career fairs and employer events are great opportunities to explore career opportunities, practice your communication skills, and network with recruiters and hiring managers. Preparation is key in order to have a successful experience. This interactive workshop will focus on the strategies and tools you can incorporate in order to prepare for these events and stand out as a candidate.

Graduate Student Career Milestones

Practice Interview Day for Undergraduates [Registration required]

Practice your behavioral interviewing skills and get valuable feedback from recruiters, alumni, and professionals! Interviews will last 30-45 minutes and include a post-interview discussion and critique. Please be aware that Practice Interview Day is for undergraduates seeking employment in companies or organizations, not for professional school interview preparation. Due to the fluid nature of the event, we cannot match interviewers/students by industry.

Internship Funding Program Information Session

Are you considering an unpaid or low paying internship for summer 2020? Or are you seeking ways to fund your summer internship or research project? If so, be sure to attend one of the upcoming information sessions about the Career Center's Internship Funding Program. During these sessions, information on the application process, qualification requirements and award timeline will be shared. Sessions are open to first-year - junior level undergraduate students.