Events/Workshops

Events/Workshops

Career Events

Rowan University's Office of Career Advancement hosts a variety of career events to help employers engage Rowan students and alumni in career conversations.  

Fall 2019 Events

Federal Government & Non-Profit Agencies Career Fair    
Thursday, November 7, 2019, 10:00am - 2:00pm
Chamberlain Student Center, Eynon Ballroom

Participating Employers



Event Details: 
Accounting & Finance Expo
The Accounting and Finance Expo is for employers that are interested in hiring Rowan University accounting and finance students for internship, part-time and/or full-time opportunities. With more than 525 Accounting majors and 350 Finance majors, Rowan’s programs represent a wealth of talent for area recruiters.
            
            
Rowan University Career & Graduate School Fair
Employers and graduate school representatives are invited to our largest events of the year. Each Fall and Spring the Office of Career Advancement hosts over 160 employers and over 1200 students at our Career and Graduate School Fairs. Students from all majors will be in attendance to learn about full time, part time, internship, and graduate school options.      
            
            
Federal Government and Non-Profit Agencies Career Fair
Rowan’s annual Federal Government and Non-Profit Agencies Career Fair allows employers to showcase career opportunities with government and non-profit agencies.

            
Education Expo
Rowan University’s Education Expo connects school district representatives with graduating seniors and alumni who are provisionally or fully certified to teach or will have a Certificate of Eligibility with Advanced Standing.

Resume Critique Walk-In Hours
TBD
            

On The Spot Resume Critique
Rowan students can have their resume critiqued and learn about OCA services at specific locations on campus through the On The Spot program. 

Upcoming On The Spot Locations in the fall:

 

Please take the On The Spot Survey

Tips For Navigating A Career Fair

  • Turn your cell phone off.
  • Be independent – you look more serious walking alone rather than with a group of friends.
  • Dress professionally by wearing a business suit
  • Make a good first impression – greet the employer and introduce yourself. Smile, make eye contact, and use a firm handshake. Use your one-minute script about yourself to start conversations with employers.
  • It is important that you bring well written copies of your resume to disseminate to employer representatives.
  • Make sure that you acquire the business cards from the employer representatives that you are interested in working for.
  • Keep a record of your correspondences during the Career Fair to use in your follow-up.
  • Always send a thank you card or email to the employer representative and reiterate your interest in working for them.

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