Fall 2014 Events
This Part-Time Job Fair provides a great opportunity to talk with campus departments and local employers who are hoping to hire people for part-time, temporary, and seasonal positions.
Connecting students with volunteer service learning and internship opportunities. 11 a.m. Agency presentations.
Explore your options for getting involved! No matter what you're interested in, e.g. recreational programs, campus clubs and organizations, or community service, this event is your one-stop-shop to learn how to become involved!
“Be the change that you wish to see in the world." ~ Mahatma Gandhi
Getting started with resume basics.
Tuesday, Sept 16: Non-Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day
Wednesday, Sept 17: Internship/Co-op Recruiting Day
Thursday, Sept 18: Technical Full-Time Recruiting Day
Students who need transportation to participate in these events must register in the Student Development Office, Suite 101, Student Union Building, by 5 p.m., Monday, Sept. 15.
The Fall Career and Internship Fair is open to all Penn State students and alumni as well as current students enrolled at other universities and colleges. In order to sign in/register, attendees will be required to show their college or university identification. Advance registration is not required.
Last year's fall fair drew 157 companies and over 800 students together to discuss entry-level full-time, part-time, internship and co-op opportunities. Check Penn State Behrend's event page for information on the companies planning to attend this year's fair.
Beaver campus students who need transportation to participate in this event must preregister in the Student Development Office, Suite 101, Student Union Building, by 5 p.m., Monday, Sept. 29.
Join us for the Fall 2014 Western PA Collegiate Job & Internship Fair. It's the largest job fair in the Pittsburgh region for college students and alumni. See the list of employers who will attend.
Beaver campus students who need transportation to this event must preregister in the Student Development Office, Suite 101, Student Union Building, by 5:00 p.m., Monday, Oct. 13, 2014.
Mock interviews provide a great way for participants to refine their interview skills. Participants will learn what's expected in a typical interview; find out how interviews can vary, depending upon the industry or company; receive immediate feedback; gain tips about what questions to ask during an interview; and refine interview skills. After the interviews conclude, please stay for dinner and network with professionals from a variety of disciplines.
Preregistration is required for this event.
Brenda Schultz, MA
Student Development Center
Student Union Building
- Career Services for Students
- Other Career Services