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College Job Fairs

Link to schedules of college job fairs, job expos and other career events for entry-level and experienced students, graduates and alumni, occurring on or near college, community college, university and graduate school campuses across the U.S.

The links below lead to event producers who sponsor college career and job fairs, among others. But many schools sponsor their own career and job fairs, through arrangements with local companies. Look for posters, flyers and such around campus, ask your college's career office, and check local newspapers.

What's the difference between a college job fair and a college career fair? Technically speaking, a college job fair is for landing an entry-level job, co-op or internship, while a college career fair is for learning about careers. But it's common for employment-related Web sites to use either term to mean college job fairs. The same goes for college job expo.

CareerFair.com
Sponsors job fairs across the U.S., in cooperation with local colleges and universities.

Job Fair Central
Links to the details of teacher, graduate and college job fairs, both live and virtual.

MonsterTrak
A "virtual" job fair that connects students and alumni with hiring companies. MonsterTrak is the college and graduate school recruiting branch of the popular Monster.com, in association with college career offices. (Formerly by JobTrak.) You might need a password to search for internships and entry-level jobs. If so, contact the career office at your college or graduate school. Register with Monster to manage your job search, post your resume and customize your jobs by email options. It's all free.Monster.com

Michigan Collegiate Job Fair
Offers primarily degreed, entry-level positions, twice annually.

Newspapers Online
Search your local newspaper for college job fairs, in the employment, career, events or similar sections.

State Unemployment Office
Your state's unemployment office might sponsor or list local job fairs, as many do. You don't have to be eligible for unemployment insurance benefits to take advantage of the services offered by your state's unemployment office.

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