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Auburn University Career Center Newsletter
Though we are only a few short weeks into the start of Fall 2016, it is time to start looking ahead to what the future may bring! Career Fair season is here and with it all the work it entails. Now is the time for students to be looking ahead at the employers attending our major fairs and beginning their preparation! Grad School Info Day will take place on Oct. 5, Education Interview Day on Sep. 18, and All Majors Career Expo on Oct. 26. Be sure to use Handshake to determine who you want to speak with and apply for positions early.
Wed., October 5, 2016 | 10AM-1PM | Student Center Ballroom
Looking to further your education through graduate or professional school? Attend Grad School Info Day to meet admissions reps and ask questions about the programs they offer. This is an excellent opportunity for you to research your post-grad options and collect informational materials from institutions you are interested in attending. No need to bring anything but your questions for the representatives!
Tue., October 18, 2016 | 8AM-3PM | Student Center Ballroom
If you are an aspiring educator, consider attending Education Interview Day. Explore open positions, network with potential employers, and interview for your dream job all in one day!
Business professional attire is required and be sure to have plenty of copies of your resumes on hand to give to the school representatives.
Network and Schedule Interviews: 9AM-10AM
If you do not schedule your interviews before 10AM, you will not be allowed to interview that afternoon
Wed., October 26, 2016 | 2PM-6PM | Student Center Ballroom
How to Work a Career Fair
With Career Fair season in full swing, that means that interviews will not be far behind. Interviewing is an essential skill for any prospective employee or graduate student and the Career Center can assist with your prep work. The Career Center can provide a practice scenario for almost any scenario, and best of all the service is free. Mock Interviewing is also a great resource for Freshmen and Sophomore students as they begin to interview for Freshmen Leadership Programs and leadership roles within their student organizations. To schedule a mock interview with one of our trained staff you can call 334.844.4744, or if you've been into the Career Center before schedule it through Handshake in the "Appointment" tab.