Career Fairs & Events
Each semester the Office of Career and Professional Development hosts multiple career fairs, events and programming to assist employers in connecting with students and alumni. To register or for more information about these events, log into Handshake. If you have any questions, please contact our office by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (912) 478-5197.
Fall 2021 Events
Graduate School Virtual Fair – Tuesday, October 19, 2021 | 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Looking for the perfect graduate program? Join us for our Fall 2021 Graduate School Fair! This event features graduate programs from across the state and region. Meet with representatives to inquire about a program’s requirements as well as application deadlines. This fall, the fair will be hosted virtually on Handshake. Here are some tips for students and employers on how to make the most of a virtual fair on Handshake.
Education Virtual Career Fair – Wednesday, November 3, 2021 | 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Looking for a job or career in education? School systems and agencies are seeking teachers, counselors, information technology professionals, and school psychologists! This fall, the fair will be hosted virtually on Handshake. Here are some tips for students and employers on how to make the most of a virtual fair on Handshake.
Overview of OCPD Events
Eagle Expo is one of the largest career fairs on campus hosted each semester and typically features approximately 100 employers from a wide variety of industries. There is something for everyone at this fair—participating employers seek students from all colleges and majors. Eagle Expo is traditionally held in late September and late February on the Statesboro Campus. As Georgia Southern University seeks to adhere to CDC and USG guidelines regarding COVID-19 restrictions, this event is currently behind held virtually through the Career Fair Plus virtual event platform.
Education Career Fair
This fair features over 50 school districts from all across Georgia and neighboring states. This is a great place to start for students interested in teaching or counseling in a particular district or county. The Education Career Fair is held in March and November and will be hosted virtually through Handshake.
Graduate School Fair
The Graduate School Fair is the best place to speak with graduate school admissions representatives in one place! Held annually each fall semester to accommodate application deadlines, this fair brings together representatives from universities throughout Georgia and the surrounding region. Currently, the Graduate School Fair is held virtually through Handshake.
STEM Career Fair & Events
The STEM Fair is a career fair featuring employers in the STEM fields searching for candidates to fill co-op, internship and full-time positions. Students in the College of Engineering and Computing (CEC) and College of Science and Math (COSM) won’t want to miss this fair. The STEM Career Fair is held in early September and early February and is currently being offered in a virtual format.
Focusing on the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) industries, these events are usually held near the beginning of each semester, in early September and early February. This fall, STEM Career Events will bring employers together for a panel discussion and information sessions, designed to help students understand the value of co-op and internship experience and how to best prepare themselves to become top candidates. There may be limited opportunities for in-person STEM Events. Please contact our office at email@example.com for more information.
Information Sessions & Tables
Throughout the semester, recruiters come on campus to meet students and share information about their companies. Information sessions are presentations given by recruiters to groups of students. Some companies choose to set up information tables throughout the day in high-traffic areas, like the Union or in a specific college’s lobby area. Visiting there is a great way for employers to connect with students majoring in specific areas of interest.
Last updated: 10/1/2021