UD Job Fair

UD Job Fairs

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Job Fair

The University of Dallas Job & Internship Fair hosted by the Office of Personal Career Development occurs in September and February.  Students and alumni from the undergraduate and graduate programs will be in attendance. These candidates will be seeking internship, part-time, and full-time opportunities that will provide professional industry experience. This event is FREE for companies recruiting our students and alumni. 
 
Spring 2020 Job Fair: Thursday, February 27, 2020
 
If you are an employer and would like to be invited to our next job fair,  please email Christina Nguyen at mnguyen1@udallas.edu

Vocations and Volunteer Fair

In collaboration with Campus Ministry, we host the Vocations and Volunteer Fair in October. This fair is for nonprofit organizations and religious orders seeking candidates for volunteer, internship, and/or full-time service opportunities. Students and alumni from the undergraduate and graduate programs will be in attendance. This event is FREE for organizations recruiting our students and alumni.
 
If you are a vocational or nonprofit organization and would like to be invited to our next Vocations and Volunteer Fair, please email Gaby O'Neill at goneill@udallas.edu

 

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