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Education/Helping Professions Job Functions Career Fair

**This Fair will be Virtual and hosted on Handshake**

If you have an interest in learning more about job opportunities in these functional roles, then this fair is for you! Companies attending this fair will be offering a number of job opportunities to fill related to these functional job areas for Internships and Fulltime Jobs. This fair is open to all undergraduate and graduate students (except MBA, Medical, Dental, and Law). Even if you are not sure if an internship/full-time job is for you at this time, we encourage you to attend this fair in order to network, ask questions, educate yourself, and establish relationships. Please access our Career Services resources to get more insights on jobs, companies, skills development, and more. Also, be sure to participate in the Career Education Workshops taking place in the Spring that is designed to prepare you for the Fairs and Recruitment. More information about the career workshops’ Spring 2021 schedule can be found at We also encourage you to review our On-Campus Recruiting and Job Offer Guidelines before accepting any internship or full-time job offers. Please schedule an appointment with a Career Coach in University Career Services, or in your Department-based Career Office (if applicable).


View Handshake Fair Instructions for Students. 

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