UA Fall Career Days – Internships and Full-Time Jobs for All Students

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UA Fall Career Days – Internships and Full-Time Jobs for All Students

Student Engagement & Career Development
September 5, 2019

Fall Career Days (September 16, 17 and 18) features more than 170 employers over three days to maximize opportunities for students to meet the right employers. The three-day event will be held in the Student Union Memorial Center Grand Ballroom.

Monday, September 16: Students who are open to new possibilities and ready to explore what's out there can start on this day. They can explore different job roles and industries by career area: data and technology, media and entertainment, healthcare and biosciences, administrative public service, commerce and management, and financial services.

Tuesday September 17: Students interested in finding a career in science, technology, engineering and math will find internships and full-time opportunities.

Wednesday, September 18: Students interested in working in a non-profit environment and corporations that support careers in sustainability will find ample opportunities to make an impact.

Not all employers attend each day. Review the employer list in Handshake to find when an employer is attending.

Current registered employers include:

American Express, Arizona Auditor General, Arizona Broadcasters Association, Bayer US, LLC, Burns & McDonnell, Caterpillar, CDW, City Year, Communications-Electronics Command, Groupon, Honeywell, Micron, National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, Northrop Grumman Corporation Aerospace, Raytheon, Roche, Sandia National Laboratories, Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine, Texas Instruments, Vanguard and many more.

For more information about Fall Career Days, visit the website.

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