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New Date Added to Employer Demand—March 16
January 25; February 2 and 28 (full), 2017
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Engineering Sciences Building

Meet companies multiple times through these smaller, more personalized events. Some companies will conduct on-campus interviews the following day.

Professional attire required.

What To Wear

Bring copies of your resume.

Update Your Resume

Open to all WVU students and alumni. 

No pre-registration required. Bring your student ID.

We'll be offering professional headshots from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on February 28, 2017.

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Top Five Ways to Prepare:

  1. Make a well-written resume
  2. Identify your target employers that you want to visit
  3. Research them on MountaineerTRAK
  4. Create a list of questions to ask employers 
  5. Decide what you will wear at least a week in advance.
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advice from the pros

What should students do to rise above the competition?

Biggest thing to present to a recruiter, major and GPA aside, is your experience. Whether your experience came from climbing the ranks at your part-time job or an internship or a hard lesson learned on a project, tell the recruiter that and make sure to give specific examples. Without those experiences, you can easily get lost in the shuffle.

Vincent Testa
Se nior Construction Manager at Jacobs Engineering Group
WVU Industrial Engineering Graduate, 2010
Initiative speaks volumes to potential hiring professionals. In the end, this event is yours to succeed at finding out more information about your future career and employer. While there is a lot of competition, always remember there are a lot of companies hiring and looking for talent. And while your first choice might not turn out the way you plan, be flexible.

Kara Nastasi
Sales Recruiting and Training Manager at Forta

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