The Spring Career Fair provides students with employment and networking opportunities in a variety of fields.
The fair takes place in the Kovalchick Convention and Athletic Complex from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday
There is no pre-registration necessary to attend.
There will be 101 different companies in attendance offering part-time, full-time and summer jobs. There will also be internship opportunities available.
All majors are welcome, although many of the employers attending are in business, health care, behavioral sciences, social services and law enforcement fields.
The fair is open to any class level, including alumni.
The fair is also a great networking opportunity for people, even if they are not looking for employment, according to Jan Shellenbarger, the special events, employer relations and technology coordinator at the Career Development Center on campus.
“Any time you can do one-on-one time with employers is a plus,” Shellenbarger said.
There will also be three graduate programs, two from IUP and one from Clarion University, to speak to students about graduate school.
Students can go to the career center to polish their skills before meeting up with employers at the fair.