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WVU has announced plans for on-campus classes this fall, with base tuition and fees unchanged. Visit the Return to Campus website for the latest.
 During this time, Career Services is offering virtual appointments for all appointment types. To request a resume review or schedule an appointment, please email careerservices@mail.wvu.eduEmployers – visit careerservices.wvu.edu/employers for the latest updates on ways that we can virtually support your recruiting needs.

WVU CAREER AND INTERNSHIP FAIR

Due to potential restrictions on large on-campus events and visitors to campus in early Fall, planning is underway to hold the Fall Career Fairs as a virtual series of events during the week of September 28 - October 2.

Wednesday, September 30, 2020 
10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.  (Virtual Career Fair) 
Online

As we shift to a virtual recruitment environment for Fall 2020, our goal is to streamline the experience and maximize your exposure to a variety of employers from multiple industries. In this spirit, we have paired the WVU Career and Internship Fair with the Chambers College of Business and Economics Career Fair (originally scheduled for September 16) and the Health Careers and Internship Fair (originally scheduled for November 12).

Expand Your Network

Connect with nationwide employers from diverse industries, non-profits, government, and military branches seeking interns and full-time employees.

Look professional from at least the waist up.

You can expect to interact with employers at a virtual career fair through chat functions. However, some employers may wish to speak with you face-to-face.

What To Wear

Prepare your resume.

You want your resume up-to-date and spotless to make a great first impression.

Update Your Resume

Open to all WVU students and alumni.

Register ahead of time on Handshake.

CONNECT BEFORE THE CAREER FAIR

View Participating Employers

Top Five Ways to Prepare:

  1. Create an accurate and concise resume.
  2. Identify the target employers that you want to visit.
  3. Research employers on Handshake and their company websites.
  4. Create a list of questions to ask employers.
  5. Decide what business professional outfit you will wear at least a week in advance and make sure it is clean and pressed.
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