Free Resume Prints, Snacks and More at Career Fair Pre-Party Today

Attend the Career Fair Pre-Party Today!
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Attend the Career Fair Pre-Party Today!

A Career Fair Pre-Party will be happening from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. today. Drop-in to the Cordia Harrington Center for Excellence classroom 127 or Zoom.

There will be gift card raffles, snacks, drinks, music and free resume prints!

Join us as we celebrate the start of our on-campus career fairs by preparing your professional self! Receive assistance virtually or in person from career professionals over networking, how to work a career fair, resume assistance and much more! This event is designed with underrepresented students in mind!

During the Pre-Party from 5:30-6:30 p.m., Kimberly-Clark professionals will host a Disclosure & Accommodations Workshop to provide guidance for over-sharing disability-related information with prospective or current employers followed by Q&A. Dinner and door prizes will be provided! This is a free event open to all students!

Register for the Career Fair Pre-Party.

Register for the Kimberly-Clark Disclosure & Accommodations Workshop.


KayLee Simmons, director of career events
University Career Development Center


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