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Fall Job and Internship Fair Week

By: Kiera Przygoda

The Fall Job and Internship Fair Week is coming up on September 23-25 and will be held in Thompson Boling Arena. Back-to-back-to-back days of hundreds of employers who want you talk to YOU, Vols!

Just want to browse around and see what the job fair is like? To take off the pressure of students who just want to get an idea of what a career fair is like, employers can indicate if they are “first-year friendly” and you can choose to wear an “exploring” sticker!

The first day starts on Monday, September 23 with the Engineering/STEM Job and Internship Fair. This event is a great way for the students involved in majors related but not limited to: Biology, Chemistry, Physics, all Engineering fields, Agriculture sciences, Technology-based concentrations, and Mathematics.

The day after, on Tuesday, September 24, is the Supply Chain Management Job and Internship Fair. This event is a great way for the students involved in majors related but not limited to: Supply Chain Management, Marketing, Business Analytics, Industrial Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering.

On Wednesday, September 25, the last day of the Fall Job Fair will be will focus on Business, Retail, and Government industries. All students interested in working within these fields are encouraged opportunities for students of all majors can be found at this fair.

No matter if you’re looking for part-time jobs, full-time jobs, or internships, the Fall Job Fair Week offers the best opportunity to talk with a large number of employers in one central area. Remember, bring multiple copies of your resume, dress in business professional, and put your best foot forward while attending these events!

List of Employers

If you cannot attend these events, be sure to register through Handshake so you don’t miss out on job opportunities posted online regularly. Get connect to potential future employers while networking within your field.

New This Year: Just want to browse around and see what companies are out there? To take off the pressure of students who just want to get an idea of what a career fair is like, employers can indicate if they are “first-year friendly” and you can choose to wear an “exploring” sticker!

Come to the Fall Job and Internship Fair and start the search for your future career path!

Upcoming Job Fairs:

September 23-25- Job and Internship Fair

October 9- Communication & Information

October 9- Herbert College of Agriculture Career Fair

October 10- Construction Science Career Fair