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Welcome Students!

UWRF Career Services would like to invite you to participate in the 2015 Fall Career Fair on Wednesday, October 14.  The Career Fair is open to all UWRF Students and Alumni.

What is the Career Fair?

The Career Fair is an excellent way for students to network with employers from a variety of organizations and graduate schools. Students benefit from attending by gathering information on organizations and possible job or internship opportunities, and by enhancing professional communications skills from speaking with company representatives. Many students obtain jobs or internships as a result of attending the Career Fair.

Attending Organizations

Career Fair Registration begins June 16th. 

Log into Hire-a-Falcon or download the UW- River Falls Career Fair App, to view attending employers contact information, and positions hiring. This year, the fair will be featuring 42% new employers. 

Benefits for Students:

  • Obtain information from employers and UWRF graduate programs
  • Network directly with professionals in your field of interest
  • Find information to assist you in choosing a career path or industry in which you would like to work
  • Target a specific organization that interests you
  • Learn about career opportunities, internships, or summer positions from a diverse group of employers
  • Learn about recruiting processes
  • Develop business etiquette and professional attitude
  • If graduating, find assistance making the transition from college to a profession

Career Fair Tips:

CLICK HERE FOR VALUABLE TIPS AND ADVICE FOR THE CAREER FAIR

Please explore websites and information about attending organizations and take time to research and prepare for the Career Fair. 

ONLY students wearing professional attire will be admitted into the Career Fair. See a list of appropriate attire here

UW-River Falls Career Fair Registration Policy

UWRF's registration policy for this Career Fair was open to companies aware of and who adhere to the NACE Principles of Employment Professionals. It should be understood, however, that an employer's participation in this event does NOT mean we condone or endorse the views of our exhibitors. It is each person's responsibility to make sure their values are in alignment with the organizations they are speaking with. Research is an important part of the job search process.

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Career Services, Division of Student Affairs
career.services@uwrf.edu
715-425-3572
M-F, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
211 Hagestad Hall

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Career Services is a department within the Division of Student Affairs

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