Career, Graduate Education, and Networking Events

Upcoming Career, Graduate Education, and Networking Events

We recognize that students have multiple competing priorities for their time on-campus (and off-campus) that don’t always allow for participating in recruitment activities hosted by University Career Services. Our goal is to foster events that meet students where they are. To that end, we are promoting four modalities that allow students to choose what works best for initial engagement with recruiters. We have also spoken with recruiters to ensure they take measures not to privilege one modality over another. So that students can rest assured that there is no penalty to their applications based on their chosen form of engagement. At University Career Services, we’ve got students covered!! UCS-facilitated recruitment events offer 4 Ways to Connect:

  • Connect face-to-face at the Student Union with recruiters available to meet you in-person: whether you are job seeking or just want to expand your network for future opportunities.
  • Connect virtually on Handshake with recruiters available to discuss job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s 15-minute virtual chats scheduling tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page who can schedule a 15-minute virtual chat outside of Handshake).
  • Connect by direct messaging on Handshake with recruiters managing job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s messaging tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page).
  • Connect by applying directly on Handshake to the job postings from the attending companies: all jobs that companies discuss at the fair will be posted on Handshake 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close.
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Carolina Career Exploration and Experience Day (STEM Majors) - February 16th 2022, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm at Great Hall, Student Union

This event brings together employers who want to help students from STEM-related majors (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) explore various career pathways in their industries and answer questions about what they can do with their majors and career interests. Additionally, for students who are seeking Summer Internships and Full-Time Jobs roles, these companies also are available to talk about their current openings and how you can apply. 

This event is open to all UNC undergrad and graduate majors (except MBA, Law, Medical, and Dental), but is targeted for STEM-related majors that include: Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Library and Information Sciences, Engineering, Earth Sciences, Economics, Exercise & Sports Science, Finance, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Operations Research, Statistics and Analytics, and more!

 

Four Ways to Connect

We recognize that students have multiple competing priorities for their time on-campus (and off-campus) that don’t always allow for participating in recruitment activities hosted by University Career Services. Our goal is to foster events that meet students where they are. To that end, we are promoting four modalities that allow students to choose what works best for initial engagement with recruiters. We have also spoken with recruiters to ensure they take measures not to privilege one modality over another. So that students can rest assured that there is no penalty to their applications based on their chosen form of engagement. At University Career Services, we’ve got students covered!!

  • Connect face-to-face at the Student Union with recruiters available to meet you in-person: whether you are job seeking or just want to expand your network for future opportunities.
  • Connect virtually on Handshake with recruiters available to discuss job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s 15-minute virtual chats scheduling tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page who can schedule a 15-minute virtual chat outside of Handshake).
  • Connect by direct messaging on Handshake with recruiters managing job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s messaging tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page).
  • Connect by applying directly on Handshake to the job postings from the attending companies: all jobs that companies discuss at the fair will be posted on Handshake 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close.

Location

● Great Hall, Student Union.
● Students can register on Handshake or at the Student Union on the day of the event.

 

Registration details for this fair will be provided once classes start the week of January 10th.

Carolina Career Exploration and Experience Day (All Majors) - February 17th 2022, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm at Great Hall, Student Union

This event brings together employers who want to help students from All Majors explore various career pathways in their industries and answer questions about what they can do with their majors and career interests. Additionally, for students who are seeking Summer Internships and Full-Time Jobs roles, these companies also are available to talk about their current openings and how you can apply. 

This event is open to all UNC undergrad and graduate majors (except MBA, Law, Medical, and Dental) which include: Business, Communications, Economics, English, History, Political Science, Public Policy, Military Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies, African American Studies, Romance Languages, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Library and Information Sciences, Engineering, Earth Sciences, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Finance, Operations, Entrepreneurship, Marketing & Sales, Real Estate, and more!

 

Four Ways to Connect

We recognize that students have multiple competing priorities for their time on-campus (and off-campus) that don’t always allow for participating in recruitment activities hosted by University Career Services. Our goal is to foster events that meet students where they are. To that end, we are promoting four modalities that allow students to choose what works best for initial engagement with recruiters. We have also spoken with recruiters to ensure they take measures not to privilege one modality over another. So that students can rest assured that there is no penalty to their applications based on their chosen form of engagement. At University Career Services, we’ve got students covered!!

  • Connect face-to-face at the Student Union with recruiters available to meet you in-person: whether you are job seeking or just want to expand your network for future opportunities.
  • Connect virtually on Handshake with recruiters available to discuss job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s 15-minute virtual chats scheduling tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page who can schedule a 15-minute virtual chat outside of Handshake).
  • Connect by direct messaging on Handshake with recruiters managing job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s messaging tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page).
  • Connect by applying directly on Handshake to the job postings from the attending companies: all jobs that companies discuss at the fair will be posted on Handshake 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close.

Location

● Great Hall, Student Union.
● Students can register on Handshake or at the Student Union on the day of the event.

 

Registration details for this fair will be provided once classes start the week of January 10th.

Graduate Career Consortium PhD & Master's Virtual Career Expo - March 9th 2022, 11:00 am - 5:00 pm on CareerEco

Sponsored by the Graduate Career Consortium (GCC) - an internal organization supporting the career and professional development of graduate students and postdocs. Connecting PhD and master's students, postdocs, and alumni from STEM, Humanities, and Social Sciences to employers for networking and recruitment. 

Location

● CareerEco

Registration

Click here to register

Health Schools Information Fair - March 22nd 2022, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm at Great Hall, Student Union

Interested in becoming a physician, dentist, physical therapist, physician assistant, optometrist, or other health care professional? Meet with representatives from healthcare graduate programs from across the U.S. at this event. Click here to view participating Graduate Schools/programs.

This event is open to UNC undergrad and graduate majors except those belonging to MBA, Law, Medical, or Dental programs (which are served by separate career offices).

 

Four Ways to Connect

We recognize that students have multiple competing priorities for their time on-campus (and off-campus) that don’t always allow for participating in recruitment activities hosted by University Career Services. Our goal is to foster events that meet students where they are. To that end, we are promoting four modalities that allow students to choose what works best for initial engagement with recruiters. We have also spoken with recruiters to ensure they take measures not to privilege one modality over another. So that students can rest assured that there is no penalty to their applications based on their chosen form of engagement. At University Career Services, we’ve got students covered!!

  • Connect face-to-face at the Student Union with recruiters available to meet you in-person: whether you are graduate school seeking or just want to expand your network for future opportunities.
  • Connect virtually on Handshake with recruiters available to discuss graduate school applications that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s 15-minute virtual chats scheduling tool on each graduate school application (if applicable) 4-weeks prior to the fair (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page who can schedule a 15-minute virtual chat outside of Handshake).
  • Connect by direct messaging on Handshake with recruiters managing graduate school applications that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s messaging tool on each grad school application (if applicable) 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake page).
  • Connect by applying directly on Handshake to the graduate school from the attending schools: all grad school applications that schools discuss at the fair will be posted on Handshake (if applicable) 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close.

Location

● Great Hall, Student Union.
● Students can register on Handshake or at the Student Union on the day of the fair.

 

Registration details for this fair will be provided once classes start the week of February 21st.

Mid-Semester Last Minute Job Fair (All Majors) - March 24th 2022, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm at Great Hall, Student Union

This fair brings together employers who are seeking to fill Summer Internship and Full-Time Job roles with students from ALL MAJORS including Humanities, Social Sciences, and STEM majors. This is an opportunity for recruiters who have “last minute” hiring needs to connect with students who are still conducting their search for a Summer Internship or Full-Time Job.

This event is open to all UNC undergrad and graduate majors (except MBA, Law, Medical, and Dental) which include: Business, Communications, Economics, English, History, Political Science, Public Policy, Military Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Philosophy, Women's Gender and Sexuality Studies, African American Studies, Romance Languages, Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Library and Information Sciences, Engineering, Earth Sciences, Health Sciences, Information Technology, Mathematics, Physics, Finance, Operations, Entrepreneurship, Marketing & Sales, Real Estate, and more!

 

Four Ways to Connect

We recognize that students have multiple competing priorities for their time on-campus (and off-campus) that don’t always allow for participating in recruitment activities hosted by University Career Services. Our goal is to foster events that meet students where they are. To that end, we are promoting four modalities that allow students to choose what works best for initial engagement with recruiters. We have also spoken with recruiters to ensure they take measures not to privilege one modality over another. So that students can rest assured that there is no penalty to their applications based on their chosen form of engagement. At University Career Services, we’ve got students covered!!

  • Connect face-to-face at the Student Union with recruiters available to meet you in-person: whether you are job seeking or just want to expand your network for future opportunities.
  • Connect virtually on Handshake with recruiters available to discuss job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s 15-minute virtual chats scheduling tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page who can schedule a 15-minute virtual chat outside of Handshake).
  • Connect by direct messaging on Handshake with recruiters managing job postings that interest you: all recruiters will be obliged to set up Handshake’s messaging tool on each job posting 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close (or have a recruiter’s contact info available on their Handshake company page).
  • Connect by applying directly on Handshake to the job postings from the attending companies: all jobs that companies discuss at the fair will be posted on Handshake 4-weeks prior to the fair and afterward until the postings close.

Location

● Great Hall, Student Union.
● Students can register on Handshake or at the Student Union on the day of the event.

 

Registration details for this fair will be provided once classes start the week of February 21st.

SEC & ACC Virtual Career Fair - April 6th 2022, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm on CareerEco

Students and alumni will meet recruiters live online. Full-time, internship, and co-op Jobs (all majors invited).

Location

● CareerEco

Registration

Click here to register