It's time to think about your future
By: Gillian McGhee, Rambler Buzz Staff Writer
Attention graduating seniors: Are you feeling a bit apprehensive (read: terrified) about the prospect of finding a job come May? Do you know the first thing about networking? Want to know just what kind of job your degree can get you?
All across the University, February is filled with career and internship fairs to help students transition into the “real world” and out of college. Check out the list of upcoming events below and get your name out there! Professional dress is suggested or required for all events.
Quinlan School of Business Career Fair
Tuesday, February 11 and Wednesday, February 12, 4–6 p.m.
The Quinlan School of Business is taking two days to fit in all the companies that want a spot in its career fair. Allstate Insurance Company, Mutual of Omaha, The Museum of Contemporary Art, and Wilson Sporting Goods will all be in attendance. Click here for a full list of registered employers. The fair is open to Quinlan students and alums.
Spring 2014 University Career Fair
Tuesday, February 18, 1:30–5:30 p.m.
Damen Student Center
What has traditionally been the largest career fair on campus is coming February 18. With employers from all over the professional world, students will have the opportunity to meet with many representatives and learn about a wide array of opportunities at their fingertips. Registered employers include the Chicago Bears, American Red Cross of Greater Chicago, LIFT Chicago, Peace Corps, and United Airlines. Click here for a full list. The fair is open to all Loyola students and alums.
And remember to keep an eye out for the Education Job Fair Consortium, Nursing and Health Systems Management Career Fair, and School of Social Work Career Fair in March! Click here for more information on these upcoming career fairs.
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