Career Fairs & Expos
Career fairs and expos provide students with convenient access to employers. Students are encouraged to attend job fairs to help explore educational and career options, identify opportunities for full-time, part-time or internship positions and to create networking contacts. Click here for tips on How to Work a Job Fair.
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Internships - Jobs - Gap Year
The Big Dawg Fair will host over 90 exhibitors in a trade-show style set-up featuring for-profit and non-profit organizations, and gap year programs. The event is open and FREE for students, graduate students and alumni of all majors of Butler University and other local universities and colleges in the Central Indiana area.
Date: September 12, 2018
Butler University Health and Recreation Complex Gymnasium
Exhibitor Registration Cost:
Cost: $225 for for-profit employers, and $125 for Government, Non-Profit, Start-Ups and Gap Years
Registration includes: two attendees, one 8ft rectangular draped table, white table cloths available upon request, and two chairs. Additional attendees/chairs $25/each (max of 4 chairs per 8ft table). Extra tables are same as registration cost, no discount available.
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Event Contact: Kacey Shriner, email@example.com or 317.940.8698
The Get Hired! fair is an annual part-time job fair held at the beginning of each Fall semester in the Atherton Union Reilly Room. Students are invited to come meet employers - from both on and off campus - to learn about exciting part-time job opportunities! Refreshments will be served, and students should bring along their student IDs. For more information, please contact Daniel Aguilar, Student Employment Coordinator, at 317.940.8425 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students - register for Get Hired here
Employers - register for Get Hired here
Thursday, August 23, 2018
Collegiate Career Expo is hosted by the College Career Consortium of which Butler is a member. The expo takes place in February and hosts a wide range of employers seeking candidates of all majors looking for career opportunities or internships. This event is held in downtown Indianapolis and runs about five hours in a traditional job fair format. Both for-profit and not-for-profit organizations are represented. For more information, visit the Collegiate Career Expo website.
Date and Location: TBD
Dress: Professional Dress is strongly recommended
What to bring: Bring several copies of your resume to hand
out to employers
Admission is free and there is no advance registration required