Across thousands of campuses this semester there will be a Spring Career Fair, and it is essential to your future that you attend and participate. It serves a few very important purposes:
First, you are blowing a great opportunity if you don’t have a strategy. Just showing up, without a strategy and preparation will guarantee you to get suboptimal results.
If you don’t know where to begin, or really want to nail the career fair, try these links for more information and suggestions:
Set your strategy and determine what you want. Do the prep and do the research that you need in advance. Here are the three things you need to be able to convey before walking up to the company’s table:
Let me help you with some insightful, if not impressive questions for the recruiter:
Freshmen tend to avoid career fairs because the job is so far off. Oh yea? Well, internships are essential to securing multiple job offers before graduation. So again, the coming career fair is essential.
Seniors most often say they wish they had started the quest for employment earlier.
Get a strategy, execute and follow up. It can be life changing.