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

Drop into the Career Fair Pre-Party on Jan. 31 in ARKU 404

Drop into the Career Fair Pre-Party on Jan. 31 in ARKU 404

A Career Fair Pre-Party will be happening from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 31! Drop in to the Multicultural Classroom in the Arkansas Union room 404 for 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 from career professionals over networking, how to work a career fair, resumes and much more! This event is designed with underrepresented students in mind!

This is a drop-in event, so attend at anytime it is convenient for you.

Registration is encouraged, but not required, to attend. Register here.


KayLee Simmons, director of career events
University Career Development Center


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