Ways to Prep for the #UGACareerFair

Wednesday, February 3 | 12-5pm | The Classic Center

Watch our 'Navigating the Career Fair' Video

UGA Career Fair
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Follow us on INSTAGRAM (@ugacareercenter), TWITTER (@ugacareercenter) & FACEBOOK (UGA Career Center)! Important updates will be going out on our accounts leading up to the career fair!


1. Attend our events.
2. Learn what you need to know.
3. Plan what to wear.
4. Practice your introduction.
5. Follow up.

1. Attend Our Events

Career Fair Prep Workshop

Monday, February 1, 6pm-7pm

MLC 171

Attend this workshop to learn more about:

Professional attire, approaching and interacting with employers, developing an effective “pitch” & general etiquette.

Learn more here.

Last Chance: Resume Critique Day

February 2, 10am-3pm

Tate Grand Hall, 5th Floor

Drop by the Tate Center to receive a 10 minute critique of your resume.

Online Resume Creator - Optimal Resume

Through this site, you have access to over 30 resume samples-- use these samples to help with resume formatting or create your own from scratch! Access these through the Resume Builder by logging in with your MyID & password here: https://uga.optimalresume.com/

2. Learn What You Need to Know

Visit our Career Fair Prep Pinterest board to learn what you need to know about navigating the Career Fair, conducting Employer Research & developing your Elevator Pitch!

3. Plan What to Wear

Click the buttons below to view great examples of both Business Professional and Business Casual attire. While Business Professional attire is encouraged for the Career Fair, Business Casual is accepted.

4. Practice Your Introduction

Career Fair Pitch

5. Follow Up

If you are not able to attend these events, access our resources on www.career.uga.edu for help with resumes, career fair preparation, job searching & more.

How the Career Center Can Help You:

  • Resume, Cover Letter & Portfolio Critiques
  • Interviewing & Mock Interviews
  • Major & Career Exploration
  • Internship & Job Searching
  • Networking & Making Connections
  • Graduate Schools
  • Salary & Negotiation
  • Professional Etiquette & Communication