Spring 2015 Career Fairs
- Tuesday, March 17
All majors · Bardo Gym, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Natural Resources Technologies majors · Field House, 9 a.m. - noon
- Wednesday, March 18
Aviation majors · Aviation Center, 10 a.m .- noon
It is not possible to dress up sweatpants! Visit the Career Gear Clothes Closet (CC 202) and pick out FREE professional clothing.
Compression shirts are not appropriate for the Career Fair. You only have 7 seconds to make a first impression, make it your best!
Do you kiss your mother with that mouth? It is NEVER ok to swear in front of an employer! First impressions are everything, so think about what you want yours to be.
There is no "magic job fairy". Go to the Career Fair for internships and full-time jobs!
Camouflage patterns will only hide your professionalism from potential employers. You only have 7 seconds to make a first impression, make it your best!
NEVER use emoticons :) on your resumé application! It makes employers sad. :( First impressions are everything, so think about what you want yours to be.
Heads up! Don't text your way through the Career Fair floor. Put down the phone, smile, and maintain eye contact.
Don't want to live in Mom and Dad's basement? Go to the Career Fair for internships and full-time jobs!
Five Things You Should Know About the Fair
1 Employers are NOT just from the local area. They are from all over, as well as several Fortune 500 companies, and are recruiting for full-time, summer jobs, and internships.
2 "Think outside the box." Even though a company is recruiting for a specific major doesn’t mean there are no opportunities for you. Ask about other opportunities in the company. For example:
- Health science and fitness majors can ask about working with, or establishing, an employee wellness program for companies.
- Business majors can ask about potential opportunities in their human resources, marketing, or accounting departments.
- The possibilities are endless!
3 Freshmen, even if you are not looking for a job or an internship, this is a great way to gather information about career options and to network with employers!
4 Seniors, while some employers will be recruiting for full-time positions, you can also network with other recruiters to find out what other opportunities may be available and who you should contact.
5 First impressions count! Dress neatly and present yourself in a professional manner. Employers from previous job fairs have commented on sloppy appearances. If you're serious about getting a job or an internship....look the part!
If you don't have appropriate clothing, stop by the Career Gear Clothes Closet. Hours: Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
DON'T MISS OUT ON THESE OPPORTUNITIES!!!
** Note: Although the Fair is scheduled to run until 4 p.m., we strongly recommend that you plan to arrive before 3:30 p.m.
Penn College has nearly 6,000 students, prepared for a lifetime of success by combining classroom theory with hands-on training. Our students learn in modern facilities using state-of-the-art equipment from faculty who know the world of work.
Employer Directory Archive
Find out who came to the Career Fair and make contact with them about jobs & internships!
For additional information about the Career Fair, contact the Coordinator of Career Development or call 570-327-4502.