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Volunteers Needed

Student Volunteers Needed

What does a Student Volunteer do?

If you volunteer to help with the Career Fair, you may be assigned one/multiple of the following duties:

  • Display assistance: help attending organizations unload, carry, set-up, or take down their displays
  • Student registration: hand out materials, track attendees entering the fair and collect attendee evaluations
  • Refreshment distributors: take refreshments to the representatives so they can focus on meeting Career Fair attendees and promoting their organization
  • Runners: provide general assistance wherever needed during the fair

Volunteer training time TBD.

What does a Student Volunteer get in return?

You receive a great experience and resume builder. Throughout your involvement, you will have direct contact and opportunities to network with employers. A meal voucher will be provided for all student volunteers to be used on the day of the Career Fair.

To Volunteer:

If you are interested in volunteering for the Career Fair or have additional questions, please contact, Luke Porter, the Career Fair Coordinator at 715-425-3572 or cfcoordinator@uwrf.edumail.

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Career Services, Division of Student Affairs
M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
211 Hagestad Hall

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