Career & Internship Fair
Announcement: Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences will not be holding its annual Career Fair in February 2021.
We are planning for the next SBS Career Fair to be on February 15, 2022, in the CSU Ballroom. See you there.
The Career & Internship Fair is an opportunity for all students in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences to attend a career fair for jobs, internships, and learn more about career opportunities. You can also attend career fair panels from alumni in various majors.
Reasons to Attend the Career Fair:
- First-year and sophomore students: Explore positions and fields of study. Get more information about specific organizations and employers, and develop your network of contacts.
- Juniors, seniors, and internship and job seekers: Meet and engage with employers about jobs. Connect with various graduate schools and professionals in your field. Who knows, an opportunity to interview may arise, as well, so dress for success.
- FREE professional portraits available to all students, faculty and staff.
In addition to the career fair, hear from professionals in your field of interest during the career panels happening throughout the day.
What is a Career Panel?
Career panels are an in-school opportunity for students to interact with professionals in a wide variety of career areas to learn about what it takes to prepare for a specific career and what it takes to be successful in the world of work in general. Come prepared to ask questions and to hear from expert panelists about career opportunities in your field of interest.
Also, don’t forget Before, or after, you attend a panel session, be sure to attend the career fair in the CSU Ballroom where employers in all areas of interest are anxiously waiting to meet you and to talk to you about career opportunities within their company. The possibilities are endless.
Prepare for the Career and Internship Fair by visiting the Career Development Center.
A member of the Minnesota State system and an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity University. Individuals with a disability who need a reasonable accommodation to participate in this event, please contact the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences Advising Office at 507-389-2416 (V) or 711 (MRS/TTY) at least 5 days prior to the event. This document is available in alternative format to individuals with disabilities by calling the above numbers.