Events and Programs

Our career fairs, resume reviews, and virtual events prepare you to put your best foot forward in the professional world. 


Career and Internship Fairs

employer speaking to student at the career fair

Our Career and Internship Fairs provide a formal forum for community partners to review student resumes and discuss possible employment opportunities their company has available. Community Partners include employers from for-profit, non-profit, government, and entrepreneurial enterprises along with alumni, friends of the University, faculty, and staff. Career and Internship Fairs occur throughout the semester.

Career Field Takeovers

Smaller career fair opportunities for students to meet with companies looking to recruit in a specific industry. Industries include education, communication, arts, criminal justice, science, health professions, and more!

Etiquette Dinner

This annual event teaches students proper etiquette throughout a four-course meal. Lessons range from table manners, conversation do’s and don’ts, and more are taught - and then put into practice amongst the dinner.

Career Studio Programming

Career Exploration Day - Save the Date! Oct. 30, 2024

Students visiting LAZ Parking office

Career Exploration Day is open to both undergraduate and graduate students throughout UHart’s seven schools and colleges. Students have the chance to shadow current employees, explore the facilities and operations, attend workshops, network with leading professionals, and speak with UHart alums that currently work for the organization. Students are also given a chance to hear from HR representatives on hiring timelines and expectations for internships and full-time employment.

Career to the Classroom Day

Staff speaking with students in the Career Studio

UHart alumni and industry leaders return to campus to present about their professional journey in different class sections across our seven schools and colleges. Our alumni share their experiences of their careers and provide expertise on topics related to their profession. Students have the chance to engage with the visiting professionals during class to better build their personal professional networks.

The opportunities to learn outside of the classroom have helped me so much. I’ve attended a few paneling sessions with alumni, networking events and events hosted by the Career Studio. These events have provided me with career preparation tips and connected me with some amazing professionals.

Tyanna Stewart, Health Sciences '24