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Oct
6
Tue
SNHU Lead & Manage Virtual Career Fair  
Oct 6 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
SNHU Lead & Manage Virtual Career Fair  

This virtual career fair is designed to connect employers with students interested in pursuing careers that require strong leadership and management skills. Roles will focus on a variety business functions including management, sales, finance, accounting, customer relations and operations. We invite employers from both corporate and non-profit organizations to attend.

Students interested in both full time and internship opportunities will be in attendance. We anticipate most of the attendees will bring background in business administration, sport management, hospitality, communications and operations.

Oct
7
Wed
UNH Fall 2020 Virtual Career and Internship Fair
Oct 7 @ 3:00 pm – 7:00 pm
UNH Fall 2020 Virtual Career and Internship Fair

The Career & Internship Fair is the University of New Hampshire’s flagship recruiting event, attracting 200+ companies and 1,600+ students to each event in the past.

You’ll be able to engage with students from both Durham and Manchester campuses during one fair this fall!

How It Will Work:

At the Fall 2020 Virtual Career & Internship Fair, you will have the opportunity to meet with UNH students in a unique setting utilizing Handshake’s brand new virtual career fair platform.

Engagement types:

One-on-One Conversations

Up to 15 of your organization’s representatives can schedule 10-minute, one-on-one meetings with students. Since these meetings are set ahead of time, each representative will have the ability to view the Handshake profiles and resumes of interested students prior to seeing them at the fair!

Group Sessions

To increase engagement between your organization and fair attendees, you also have the option of hosting up to three, 30-minute group sessions! Each allowing you to connect with up to 50 students at once.

Additional Info:

Early bird registration discount! Save $25 if you register by July 24, 2020.

Registration Deadline: September 25, 2020

Register Here.

$525 – For Profit
$235 – Non Profit
$100 – Government

Sponsorship packages can be found on the Career and Professional Success website and in Handshake.

All payments are due by September, 13 to secure a booth. If payments are not received by the deadline, your booth registration will be canceled.

There has been recent updates to UNH’s Recruiting Policies and encourage you to review these policies.

Registration Instructions:

1. Log into your Handshake account.

  • If you do not have a Handshake account yet, click here to register. Your registration should be approved within 2 business days.

2. Once you are approved, you can register for a Career Fair from your homepage by selecting University of New Hampshire.

3. Fill out the full registration form to its entirety. Information will be shared with students based on your answers to desired majors and job postings under ‘Looking For’ within the registration form. If this form is not filled out correctly, you will not be marketed correctly to the student audience. Based on the registration form, students will be able to research and identify your organization at the fair. Please note, all documents identifying employers have maintained the registration’s original formatting – this is to ensure students will be able to locate the employer in Handshake. 

4. Registrations are approved on Fridays. UNH will review your request and send you a confirmation email with your invoice after it’s been approved.

5. After your registration has been approved, you can then log in and upload any job/internships you will be recruiting for at the event.

6. If you need to make any changes to your registration, please email employer.relations@unh.edu and changes will be made on Fridays.

Refunds/Cancellation Policy:

  • If you must cancel, please do so IN WRITING. Refunds are available in full prior to 4:00 pm on Friday, September 13.
  • Full payment is required for any cancellations made after 4:00pm on Monday, September 16.
  • A registered attendee who does not attend the fair is considered a no-show and will be responsible for any outstanding balance and will not be credited toward any future Career Fair.

The University of New Hampshire is committed to creating an environment that values and supports diversity and inclusiveness across our campus communities. The University System prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, veteran status, or marital status. Organizations are responsible for the ethical and legal conduct of their representatives throughout the recruiting process and must assume responsibility for all representations made by authorized representatives.

**Please note, unh.edu/career will be receiving an update this summer! The site may look different from one week to the next as they’re hoping to launch in mid-July.

Oct
8
Thu
SNHU Create & Influence Virtual Career Fair 
Oct 8 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
SNHU Create & Influence Virtual Career Fair 

This virtual career fair will connect employers with students with skills and competencies in areas of writing, design, communication and marketing. If you are looking to fill positions in social media, marketing, graphic or game design roles, please join us for this event. Many candidates in this area bring skills in Adobe Creative Suite, Google Analytics, Hubspot, UI/UX, and 3D Modeling.

Students interested in both full time and internship opportunities will be in attendance. We anticipate most of the attendees will bring background in marketing, communication, writing, graphic and game design programs.

Oct
13
Tue
SNHU Help & Protect Virtual Career Fair  
Oct 13 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
SNHU Help & Protect Virtual Career Fair  

This virtual career fair will connect employers with candidates pursuing mission focused organizations. Many of the organizations joining will represent state agencies and services as well as non-profit organizations, however corporate employers with a strong culture focused on people and advocacy, who are looking to expand their recruiting relations base, should plan to join us as well. Students attending will have background and training in advising, counseling, research and protective services.

Students interested in both full time and internship opportunities will attend this event. We anticipate most of the attendees will be students from the psychology, sociology, justice studies and environmental science programs.

Oct
15
Thu
SNHU STEM Virtual Career Fair 
Oct 15 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
SNHU STEM Virtual Career Fair 

SNHU has launched several new STEM based programs over the past few years and we look forward to the opportunity to introduce you to students pursuing careers in the areas of engineering (Mechanical, Electrical/Computer, and Aeronautical), as well as programs in aviation, construction management, computer science, biology, and math. This event will be open to all students in these disciplines with students pursuing both full time and internship roles.

Oct
29
Thu
Dartmouth’s Virtual Internship and Job Fairs
Oct 29 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Dartmouth’s Virtual Internship and Job Fairs

Dartmouth is rolling out their Virtual Job & Internship Fair series for 2020!

 

In lieu of their annual in-person fall career fair, they are holding a series of smaller fairs over Zoom. Dartmouth wants to preserve the environment of an in-person fair as much as possible through the use of video. By limiting the number of employers to 25 per fair, they can ensure that the atmosphere is personal and productive. Employer registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Dartmouth is asking employers to register for one date only. Register ASAP in order to secure your date preference – dates will fill up quickly!

Dartmouth’s Virtual Internship & Job Fairs

3pm-5pm EST

  1. Thurs., August 13
  2. Thurs., September 17
  3. Thurs., October 29
  4. Thurs., December 3

Booth Fees

Virtual Booth: $495

Nonprofit Booth: $200

Free for Employer Partners

Why Register?

Engage highly motivated students, pique their interest, and introduce your application process for internships and entry-level jobs. Reach undergraduates, Thayer engineering students, Tuck MBA students and Graduate Arts & Sciences students – the most effective way to establish a strong campus-wide presence in a single event.

How Does it Work?

Once students “arrive” into the main event, they will be able to move to each employer’s breakout room as they wish. As an employer, you will be in a Zoom breakout room for the entire event and you will be able to speak with students as they come and go. Dartmouth encourages you to have a slide that you can put up throughout the event that advertises your organization and shares pertinent information like upcoming application deadlines, next steps, your contact information, etc.

Register Now! 

  1. Log in to DartBoard
  2. Click the Events tab
  3. Click Career Fair Request then Add Request + and Career Fair
  4. Choose your preferred fair and select your booth fee.
Dec
3
Thu
Dartmouth’s Virtual Internship and Job Fairs
Dec 3 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Dartmouth’s Virtual Internship and Job Fairs

Dartmouth is rolling out their Virtual Job & Internship Fair series for 2020!

 

In lieu of their annual in-person fall career fair, they are holding a series of smaller fairs over Zoom. Dartmouth wants to preserve the environment of an in-person fair as much as possible through the use of video. By limiting the number of employers to 25 per fair, they can ensure that the atmosphere is personal and productive. Employer registrations will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Dartmouth is asking employers to register for one date only. Register ASAP in order to secure your date preference – dates will fill up quickly!

Dartmouth’s Virtual Internship & Job Fairs

3pm-5pm EST

  1. Thurs., August 13
  2. Thurs., September 17
  3. Thurs., October 29
  4. Thurs., December 3

Booth Fees

Virtual Booth: $495

Nonprofit Booth: $200

Free for Employer Partners

Why Register?

Engage highly motivated students, pique their interest, and introduce your application process for internships and entry-level jobs. Reach undergraduates, Thayer engineering students, Tuck MBA students and Graduate Arts & Sciences students – the most effective way to establish a strong campus-wide presence in a single event.

How Does it Work?

Once students “arrive” into the main event, they will be able to move to each employer’s breakout room as they wish. As an employer, you will be in a Zoom breakout room for the entire event and you will be able to speak with students as they come and go. Dartmouth encourages you to have a slide that you can put up throughout the event that advertises your organization and shares pertinent information like upcoming application deadlines, next steps, your contact information, etc.

Register Now! 

  1. Log in to DartBoard
  2. Click the Events tab
  3. Click Career Fair Request then Add Request + and Career Fair
  4. Choose your preferred fair and select your booth fee.