Interact With 120-Plus Employers at the STEM Career Fair Next Week – University of Arkansas Newswire

Attend the STEM Career Fair for jobs, internships and co-op opportunities.
The University Career Development Center, in collaboration with the College of Engineering, will host the in-person STEM Career Fair from 10 a.m. to noon and 1-3:30 p.m., Wednesday, March 9, in Bud Walton Arena.
The STEM Career Fair is designed for all U of A students majoring in science, technology, engineering and math. However, any student interested in working in any of these fields is also invited to attend, regardless of major. Currently, 122 employers from around the country have registered for the fair to meet, network with and potentially hire talented U of A students for their internships, co-ops and full-time positions.
Attending the fair speeds up the interview and hiring process, as many companies interview on campus the day after the fair!
Students are encouraged to attend the STEM Career Fair to identify employment opportunities, expand their network, polish their interview skills, learn industry information and gather information about companies. 
It is important for students to prepare for the STEM fair and bring several copies of your resume. Employers will be available to review students' resumes at the STEM Fair Employer Resume Reviews scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday, March 8, in the Arkansas Union International Connections Lounge. No appointment or registration required.
Students may catch a shuttle to and from the STEM Career Fair at the Bell Engineering building (Dickson Street side), 9:30 a.m. to noon and 1-4 p.m. The last shuttle from Bell to the fair will leave at 3 p.m.
Business casual attire required to attend.
View a list of the 122 organizations attending and filter by major, job type, location and more.
KayLee Simmons, director of career events
University Career Development Center
479-575-6199, ksim02@uark.edu
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