Part-time Job Fair
Career Services hosts a Part-time Job Fair each semester: fall and spring. The Part-time Job Fair concentrates on helping students locate part-time jobs while they are going to school. The Spring '23 Part-time Job Fair will be held in-person.
Next Part-time Job Fair
Tuesday, January 24, 3-5 p.m. The in-person Part-time Job Fair will be hosted by Penn College, in the Field House. Questions? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 570.327.4502
Across 100+ majors, Penn College students are learning to work, solve, and lead in a wide range of in-demand fields. Register for our Part-time Job Fair to connect with current students to fill part-time or virtual positions while they attend classes.
Registration for the Part-time Job Fair is free!
-One 6’ table and 2 chairs will be provided.
-Access to power (must bring your own extension cord).
-Make your table festive, fun and informative! Giveaways are encouraged. Any food or treats should be pre-packaged, please.
Our Part-time Job Fairs are a great way to meet employers and gain resume-building experience while attending college.
Check out the Employer Directory to find out which companies are attending and be sure to visit their table during the event.
Not just local
Employers are not just from the local area: if you are looking for a part-time, internships, seasonal, and volunteer opportunities this is a great place to make connections.
Major may not matter
Employers are looking for students interested in working in their field as well as non-major specific opportunities. Working a part-time job while attending college is a great way to build your resume, your skills, and your marketability for future positions!
Bring copies of your resume to the event. Need assistance creating an "Employer Desired" resume? Career Services can help!
Bring your class schedule
Bring your class schedule so you can easily check your availability if looking for a part-time job.
Practice a summary
Develop a 30-second summary to introduce yourself, your professional skills, experience, and interests. Stop by the Center for Career Design and Career Services can help you with this!