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Career Fair's Over: Now What?

In this short video, Associate Director of Employer Relations Sue Casson shares some quick pointers on how to follow up with recruiters now that Career Fair is over!

This two-minute video is worth watching if you’re curious about the next steps to take.

We hope you had a wonderful experience at our Spring 2013 Career Fair!

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Sue Casson on Career Fair Follow-Up

 

 

How do I prepare for the Career Fair?

Have you heard? Next week is Career Week at SU!

Shannon Feeney, our Employer Relations Coordinator, sat down with Sue Casson, our Associate Director of Employer Relations, to gather some great advice for students on how YOU can prepare to put your best foot forward at Career Fair!

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Remember that you can check out a list of participating employers in OrangeLink. Researching those employers is an ABSOLUTE MUST. Just as you’d do your homework for class, you need to put in a lot of effort before you even set foot inside the Carrier Dome.

 

5 Tips for Career Fair Success

by Dan Klamm
Marketing & Communications Coordinator 

Our Career Fair at the Carrier Dome is less than a week away! On Wednesday, October 5, more than 110 employers will be at the Dome from 1 to 5 p.m., ready to talk to YOU about internship and job opportunities with their organizations.

Here is the list of participating employers.

To help you prepare for this major event, I sat down with Sue Casson, associate director of employer relations. In this video, Sue offers five key tips to help you achieve Career Fair success.
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In addition to following Sue’s great tips, be sure to stop by our office on Monday (10/3) or Tuesday (10/4), because we’re offering resume critiques by employer experts! Resumania will take place from noon to 3:30 p.m. on both days. Meet with employers in technical fields (such as engineering) on Monday, or meet with employers in non-technical fields (such as retail) on Tuesday. This is a great opportunity to get your resume in tip-top shape before heading to the Career Fair on Wednesday!

As always, our staff members are available to answer any questions you may have before next week’s big event. Give us a call (315-443-3616), shoot us an e-mail, send us a tweet, or leave a comment on this post! We wish you the best of luck at next week’s Career Fair.