Are you still asking yourself what you’ll do with your degree after graduation? Do you have a major, but have no idea what you actually want to do with it? Well, lucky for you, help has arrived! There are two awesome events happening in the near future that can help you figure out your plans after graduation.
On Wednesday, October 2nd there will be a Science, Engineering and Technology Exchange Career Gallery being held at The Breslin Center from 2pm-6pm. On Thursday, October 3rd there will also be a Business Exchange Career Gallery also at The Breslin Center from 2pm-6pm.
This two-day event is one of MSU’s largest career fairs, with more than 300 employers looking to recruit students for both full and part time positions, as well as summer internships. One unique aspect of this event is the RecPass. The RecPass will allow both students and recruiters to view applicant information digitally. If you find an opportunity that you’re interested in, have the employer scan your RecPass and in seconds they will have access to your resume! Of course, if this option doesn’t appeal to you, you can always bring a paper copy of your resume. In fact, it might be a good idea to have a few extra paper copies of your resume on hand just in case!
To obtain a RecPass, you must first register and create a RecPass account online and print the card before October 2nd, 2013. For more information about The Career Gallery and how to get a RecPass, please visit this informational website .
In addition, on Thursday, October 10th there will be a Graduate and Professional School Fair being held on the 4th floor of Spartan Stadium from 3pm-6pm.
Students of ALL majors are strongly encouraged to attend this event, because there will be over 140 different graduate and professional programs present. For all you Pre-Professional students, this means that YES, there will be representatives for a variety of different professional health programs! You can view a list of the schools attending this event by clicking on this link. Business casual attire is strongly recommended.
I hope this helps some of you figure out your post-graduation career plans. Good luck, fellow Spartans!