UA Campus Departments and Offices Are Invited to Register for Virtual On-Campus Jobs Fair
Registration is now open for the University of Arkansas Virtual On-Campus Jobs Fair!
Is your campus department or office seeking to hire UA students for the 2020-21 academic year? On Wednesday, Aug. 26, from 1-4 p.m., the University Career Development Center will partner with Human Resources and New Student & Family Programs to host the first-ever Virtual On-Campus Jobs Fair.
This virtual fair is free and exclusively for U of A campus departments and offices seeking to fill part-time, work-study, internship, research, and volunteer student positions open throughout the year. Similar to an in-person fair, department or office representatives will be able to video and/or text chat with students who visit their virtual booth. Instructions for setting up a virtual booth will be emailed to registrants no later than one week prior to the fair. The department registration deadline is Wednesday, Aug. 19.
For questions or more information, contact KayLee Simmons (firstname.lastname@example.org), director of career events for the University Career Development Center.
KayLee Simmons, director of career events
University Career Development Center
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