The College of Engineering & Computer Science, School of Information Studies, and the School of Architecture are collaborating to host the Syracuse University 2020 Virtual STEM Fall Career Fair.
Information fairs are a great way to learn about institutions that interest you. A virtual format will enhance the experience and host the following opportunities. Meet and interact. Connect with graduate admissions recruiters through video, audio or chat. Never wait in line, ever. Pre-schedule one-on-one or group sessions with attending graduate admissions recruiters, or join an open session on the day-of. Make an impression. Bring your unique perspective, ask great questions, and follow-up with recruiters after the fair. Over the coming weeks, we’ll follow up with more information on how to use Handshake to navigate this virtual experience.
We are excited to announce that the Martin J. Whitman School of Management and the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications will be partnering to connect students to employers through a combined 2020 Virtual Business and Communications Fall Career Fair on September 29th. The Business and Communications Career Fair will allow you to engage with amazing employers from business, communications, and marketing at the same time! Student benefits: · Access to an extensive list of participating companies that are specifically seeking students interested in areas of business, marketing and communications; · An increased number of communications and business opportunities for students due to employers being able to participate virtually; · Opportunity to virtually interview with employers of interest. All years and majors are welcome to attend! If you have any questions don’t hesitate to reach out to your Career Center!
The event will connect students with employers from business, communications and marketing.
We look forward to seeing you! In preparation for this event, please be sure to complete the following. Have your resume reviewed by a career advisor. Make an appointment on Handshake today! Students of the College of Arts and Sciences and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs are asked to schedule appointments on OrangeSUccess. Research attending companies. Review company websites and explore them on LinkedIn. Apply for posted positions. This provides an opportunity to speak knowledgeably about the company’s offerings. Attend scheduled workshops. Prepare to successfully navigate the virtual event and stand out. Develop your introductory “pitch.” What do you want them to know about you? Dress professionally. They’ll be able to see you! Need help? From your resume, to your introductory “pitch,” tips for dressing professionally and more, Syracuse University Career Services can help. Schedule an appointment or attend a weekly virtual drop-in session.
Syracuse University Veteran Career Services is pleased to announce the Student Veteran Virtual Career & Internship Fair exclusively for student veterans and employers. This exciting opportunity connects employers to student veterans for job and internship opportunities. There is no registration fee for this career fair.