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Diversity Job and Internship Fair

     

Thursday, February 5, 2015
11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
UWM Union Wisconsin Room

Students/Alumni: attend this event to meet and network with professionals from companies, agencies, organizations, and educational institutions. They are extremely important to your employment and educational future!

Employers/Recruiters: attend this event to interact with outstanding students/alumni and prospective employees from UWM. We have one of the most racially and ethnically diverse student populations in Wisconsin!

Click on the following buttons for (2015 information will be posted as soon as they are available):

Registered Employers

Click on "Registered Organizations" for a complete listing, and click on a specific employer for positions available.

How to make most of a career fair

Resource tips for making the most of a career fair.


The following programs will help students prepare for the 2014 Diversity Job and Internship Fair:

ARTICULATING INTERNATIONAL EXPERIENCE IN YOUR RESUME
Thursday, January 30, 2-4 p.m., Garland 104 (Center for International Education)
Students can stop by for walk-in advising about articulating their international experiences on a resume.

PREPARE FOR THE CAREER FAIR SEASON
Thursday, January 30, 4-5:30 p.m., Union 181
Presenter: Linda Walker, Career Development Center

RESUME & COVER LETTERS 101
Monday, February 3, 5-6 p.m., Union 260
Presenter: Marisela Lopez, Career Development Center

TRANSLATION EXPERIENCE --> RESUME --> INTERVIEW FOR DIVERSITY CAREER FAIR
Wednesday, February 5, 2014, 1-2:30 p.m., Union 198 (Inclusive Excellence Center)
Students will learn about transferable skills, how to talk what's on their resume, and engage with other students on translating their experiences/skills.

EMPLOYER PANEL: How to Develop a Personal Brand
Thursday, February 6, 10-11 a.m., Union 240


The Diversity Job and Internship Fair, formerly known as the Diversity Career Day, is co-sponsored by the Career Development Center and the Multicultural Student Centers. Numerous companies, agencies, organizations, and educational institutions participate in this event to provide career and internship opportunities to UW-Milwaukee and UW System students. The Diversity Job and Internship Fair attracts 300-500 students, alumni, and professionals from diverse groups, as well as from every academic discipline and class standing. For more information, please contact the Career Development Center (414.229.4486) or Victoria Pryor (414.229.3704).

Check out our photos:

Multicultural Student Centers, Bolton Hall, First Floor

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