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Whether you’re looking for a part-time job, a summer internship, or your first post-OSU opportunity, Career Fairs are a chance to meet with employers who are eager to hire Beavs like you! September 28, 11 a. Part-Time Job Fair. October 19, 11 a. Healthcare, Human Services, and Biotech Fair.

October 19, 10 a. October 25, noon-3 p. October 26, 11 a. November 9, 11 a. College of Forestry Career Fair. Career fairs are a chance for OSU students to meet with businesses and organizations who are interested in hiring Oregon State students. Instead of spending hours trying to set up separate meetings with potential employers, you can come to one event and interact with multiple potential job leads.

Career fairs typically include employers offering part-time, full-time, and internship opportunities. Even if you’re not ready to launch into a post-graduation career, these events are a good chance to start making connections and researching possibilities.

In these sessions, employers will be identified as the Host, and they will be able to share their screen with participants. Check out Handshake’s blog post for more tips on how to stand out in a virtual fair! There are no restrictions by location, so as long as the student has logged into Handshake they will be able to participate.

Transcripts will not be provided for conversations held during the fair. Instead, there will be moderation options for students and employers to utilize during conversations. Click here to watch a very informative tutorial about how to navigate the Virtual Fair platform. Links to external sites from this website are provided for your information, and do not represent an endorsement of Oregon State University.

Skip to main content. Toggle menu Go to search page. Search Field. Career Fairs. Bringing opportunity to Beaver Nation Whether you’re looking for a part-time job, a summer internship, or your first post-OSU opportunity, Career Fairs are a chance to meet with employers who are eager to hire Beavs like you! Fall Career Fairs September 28, 11 a. Part-Time Job Fair October 19, 11 a. About in-person Fairs Career fairs are a chance for OSU students to meet with businesses and organizations who are interested in hiring Oregon State students.

Tips for making the most of in-person Career Fairs 1. Plan ahead Use your Oregon State email to log in to Handshake and click on «Events» at the top to see all upcoming career-related events at Oregon State. Use the «Career Fairs» filter to see just upcoming career fairs. Click on the name of a fair you’re interested in to see details like which employers or organizations are attending.

Register for the fairs you want to attend Handshake so you can receive event updates and details, and mark your calendar so you don’t forget! Prepare your resume Use Vmock for a virtual resume review in advance of the fair, look at the resume tips in our online Career Guide , or come to the Career Development Center for a drop-in resume review appointment with a career assistant.

Once your resume is ready, print at least 10 copies to share with organizations at the fair. Do your homework Research the employers, agencies, or non-profits planning to attend the fair. Find organizations or positions you are interested in, and learn more about what they do. Tip: this helps you have informed conversations with them at the event — it’s a good way to stand out from other candidates! Practice a short » elevator pitch » about yourself — be prepared to tell employers who you are, what you do, and why you’re there.

Meet and greet Smile and greet the representatives at the event with confidence, but wait your turn to speak. Introduce yourself and ask well-informed questions. This may vary from industry to industry — if you’re not sure what appropriate attire would look like, reach out to the Career Advisor for your major for advice. You can also check out our online guide to Dressing for an Interview and the «Dressing for an Interview» section of our online guide for Expressing your Identity or Culture.

Offer to leave your resume with them and get their contact information. Make a move Within 48 hours of the fair, send an email or call employers you made a connection with. Thank them for their time and reiterate what you discussed at the fair. Make your message personal and unique to them and their organization, and try to set up a next step company tour, informational interview, volunteering, application.

About Virtual Fairs. What can you do at a virtual fair? Meet with employers. Interact with recruiters through video, audio, or chat. Discover new career opportunities.

Get personalized recommendations based on your Handshake profile for which employers to connect with. Never wait in line. Pre-schedule or group sessions with employers ahead of the fair or on the day-of. We recommend signing up to meet with the employers of your choice prior to the fair. Virtual Fair Frequently Asked Questions.

How do I access virtual career fairs? Navigate to the Events page of Handshake, then us the «Career Fair» option to identify virtual fairs on the Handshake platform. The fair sessions will all take place on Handshake; you will not need to access any other platforms unless employers choose to use a third-party platform. Specific directions will be shared in these situations.

How is the virtual fair set up? What types of employer meetings are available to me? Employers are able to host two types of sessions to interact with students: Group Sessions: 30 minutes each, multiple students can attend Sessions: 10 minutes each, one student and one employer representative can attend In these sessions, employers will be identified as the Host, and they will be able to share their screen with participants. How do I sign up for sessions at virtual fairs?

In order to sign up for sessions with employers, you must be registered for the fair. To sign up for Group or sessions, your profile privacy will need to be set to Community or Employers. For more information on profile privacy, please see Profile Privacy Options in Handshake. Review which employers are attending the fair follow employers you want to check back in with! You’ll be able to sign up for sessions up to one 1 minute before the start time; once the session has started, you’ll be unable to sign up for the session.

How should I prepare for virtual career fairs? Ensure you have the right set up to support your audio required and video optional. How to Complete Your Profile Upload a resume to your profile, if you haven’t already!

Video: How to Upload a Document Check out Handshake’s blog post for more tips on how to stand out in a virtual fair! Will I be able to submit my resume to employers? Without joining session? Students will be able to sign up to meet with employers in and group sessions during a virtual fair, and employers will have access to these students’ resumes before and after the fair.

Students will need to meet with an employer in order for their resume to be visible. Can I participate if I live internationally? Can a student see previously attended session? You will be able to see previous sessions within the sessions tab. Will students, employers and career center staff members have access to transcripts of the chats they had during the virtual fair? Is there a virtual tutorial about how to navigate the career fair? Land acknowledgement.

 
 

 

Careers – Oregon State Fair and Expo Center.Job Fair for Oregon State Fair

 
5, requires about temporary workers in admissions, concessions, the carnival, security, parking, administration and more. People sought jobs. At this time, the Oregon State Fair and Exposition Center is not hiring for any open positions. Thank you. Volunteer Opportunities. If you’d like to volunteer. The Oregon State Fair and Exposition Center is home to Oregon’s largest event, the Oregon State Fair, but stays busy days a year as an event venue for.

 
 

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