Job and internship fair

Spring  Job and Internship Fairs 

Several job and internship fairs will be held this spring! Representatives from many for-profit, government and nonprofit organizations will be available to speak with students regarding both full-time employment and internship opportunities. Students of all majors and class years are encouraged to attend all fairs that interest them.

Attend Fleishman Center workshops and events before the fair to enhance your resume and cover letter, practice networking and interviewing, and learn how to effectively navigate the fair.

STEM Job and Internship Fair

Organizations with full-time and internship opportunities in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) field and organizations who are recruiting for STEM-related jobs will be attending this fair.
Students studying math and sciences are encouraged to attend.
This fair is open to all majors and class years.

Tuesday, Feb. 4 from 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. in the Mandela Room (UU)

Employer Registration  List of Attending Organizations

Spring Job and Internship Fair (All Industries)

Organizations with a variety of full-time job and internship opportunities will be attending. Industry examples include arts, communication, business, entrepreneurship, education, human services, government, law and sciences, engineering, IT and healthcare.
This fair is open to all majors and class years.

Wednesday, Feb. 5  from 11 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. in the Mandela Room (UU)


List of Attending Organizations

Student Employment and Summer Opportunities Fair

Meet with representatives from campus offices and local employers that are hiring undergraduate and graduate students for paid positions and research or internship opportunities. Dress for the student employment fair is casual. 

Thursday, Feb. 6 from 11 a.m. - 2 the Mandela Room (UU)

Employer Registration List of Attending Organizations

Student Resources and Information

In addition to attending the Job and Internship Fair, there are a number of other ways to secure job and internship opportunities. Students should utilize hireBING and conduct their own research to find opportunities through various websites and personal networking. The Fleishman Center sponsors several employer information sessions and networking events throughout the academic year. For additional information about the Job and Internship Fairs or hireBING, please email