Fall 2018 Career and Internship Fair (All majors welcomed)
September 20, 2018
4-8pm, Kohl Center, UW-Madison campus
Visit our new website: www.careerfair.wisc.edu
Over 300 employers!
Co-sponsors: College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, College of Letters & Science, Wisconsin School of Business, School of Education, School of Human Ecology
Research employers on your Handshake account or Download The FAIRS App: http://go.wisc.edu/7992j2 or search The Fairs App from your app store. Researching for the career fair has never been easier!
Dress Code: Business casual welcomed and encouraged! Examples include dress pants, khakis, skirts, nice shoes and shirts. You DON’T need to wear a suit!
JCPenney Suit Up
Sunday, September 16, 6:00pm-9:00pm
JCPenney at West Towne Mall
A 3-hour shopping event, exclusive to UW-Madison, where students, faculty and staff can purchase professional career wear for an extra 40% off! careers.wisc.edu/jcpenney-suit-up
Questions: Send an email to Pahoua Xiong (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Handshake Profile Set Up – Working Lab
Monday, September 17
Biocommons, Steenbock Library
Bring your laptop and spend time setting up your profile to showcase your best self to employers! Activate your account at wisc.joinhandshake.com. Log in with your NET ID/Password.
Resume Review Clinic
Tuesday, September 18
12-3pm Microbial Sciences Building – near the Microcosm Café
Have your resume critiqued by staff and professionals to prepare for the Fall Career and Internship Fair. All career related questions are welcome!
Career Fair Prep Nights (BOTH ARE OPEN TO ALL MAJORS WITHIN THE UNIVERSITY)
1. Monday, September 17, 6-7:30 pm
Pyle Center, 1st Floor Alumni Lounge
Co-Sponsored by the College of Letters & Science Career Services, Wisconsin Alumni Student Board (WASB), and CALS Career Services
Questions: Nate Doolin, College of Letters & Science Career Services, email@example.com
2. Wednesday, September 19, 5-7pm
Grainger Hall, Wisconsin School of Business
For both events, this is a drop-in format for students to come anytime during the event to visit several student-lead stations to polish their skills for the career fair. Outside of the stations the main feature will be our resume review/elevator pitch area where students can meet 1:1 with an employer.