How Your Student Can Make the Most of Career Fairs
The fall Career Fair, hosted by the Center for Career Discovery & Development (C2D2), is the largest All-Majors Career Fair on Georgia Tech's campus. Every year, more than 400 companies and 5,000 students attend the fair. Companies attending the fair are hiring co-ops, interns, and full-time positions, with students from all majors and degree types. This year's fair will be held on September 17-18, 2018, in Georgia Tech's Campus Recreation Center.
Students who want to nail the interview and land the job can prepare by taking advantage of mock interviews, resume blitzes, seminars, etiquette dinners, and workshops, where professionals from business and industry, their college, or Georgia Tech’s Center for Career Discovery and Development share their guidance and expertise.
But what advice might students have for other students when it comes to making the most of Georgia Tech’s many face-to-face job search opportunities? How do they manage the pitfalls of personal appearance, the intimidation of the interview, the hazards of the handshake, the night-before nerves? CLICK HERE to see tips from students regarding their Career Fair experiences from 2016.
Encourage your students to attend the Career Fair and make the most of their time while they are there. Even if they’re not looking for a job right now, the connections they can make during this time can put them in a good position for whenever they decide to start job hunting.
CLICK HERE for a bonus article that discusses the “5 Tips to Avoid the Most Common Career Fair Mistakes.”
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- Created By: Sara Warner
- Created: 09/07/2018
- Modified By: Sara Warner
- Modified: 09/07/2018