UB’s largest job & internship fair connecting employers with UB students interested in the Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math fields.
12 p.m. - 3 p.m. each day
Here’s your moment—sign up in advance to meet with recruiters who are looking to hire right now during this 3-day virtual fair.
Recruiters can host virtual one-on-one and group sessions each day during the fair to discuss their company and available jobs and internships. Don’t miss this opportunity to meet recruiters who want to hire you!
Here is how you're going to get ready for your moment:
Sign up in advance for sessions with recruiters you want to meet.
Chat directly with a recruiter in this mini job/internship interview, where you have 10-minutes to show why you can do the job or internship better than the rest. Showing up on time and being confident will make a great first impression of how professional you are.
To participate in 1:1 sessions, you'll need to set your Bullseye powered by Handshake profile visibility to Employers.
Join a 30-minute session with other students where recruiters will share information about their company and answer your questions live.
To participate in a group session, you'll need to set Bullseye powered by Handshake profile visibility to Community. This option will give you access to Peer Messaging! Choosing Community will make you visible to other students and alumni across all Handshake schools, as well as to employers approved at UB.
The red dot to the right of a session start time indicates that you're currently signed up for a session during that time. To sign up for that session, you'd need to cancel your other existing session.
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