The Colorado State University Career Center will be hosting an all-university fair today, Sept. 20 and tomorrow, Sept. 21. On both days, the career fair will be held in the Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Students are asked to bring a resume and student ID to the fair. Pre-registration is not required.
Today, it will be centered towards agricultural sciences, natural resources, technical, computing, biotech and life sciences students. On Wednesday, the fair will be held for all communications, business, social services, liberal arts, hospitality/tourism and health and wellness students.
According to the Career Center’s website, “these events are an excellent opportunity for employers to engage with students and speak about career trends, potential employment opportunities and brand their organizations.”
CSU students are requested to RSVP, but not required for the event through their CSU Handshake accounts. If students register, they will get reminders and notifications of any changes involving the fair.
There are currently over 150 different employers registered to attend the career fair.
The career fairs are exclusive to students and graduates of CSU.
Companies and organizations will be on campus to discuss full-time, part-time, internship, seasonal and volunteer positions.
The Career Center encourages students and alumni to attend both days of the fair held Sept. 20-21 as well as the Engineering Career Fair on Sept. 29.
For questions or more information, visit the career center website.
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