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Career Center Sponsors Spring Career Fair  

Univision at Career FairCompanies and organizations from across the U.S. joined Seton Hall at the Spring Career Fair on Wednesday, March 27. This bi-annual event takes place in the fall and spring semesters of each academic year.

Hundreds of students attended this semester's career fair. Ernst & Young, Morgan Stanley, Univision, WRAT-95.9FM, Atlantic Health System, Prudential and the U.S. Secret Service were among the many recruiters present. With the diverse nature of the prospective employers on hand, students from a wide array of majors were able to network and seek employment opportunities in their fields.

"More than 130 organizations attended the Career Fair to look for interns, graduating seniors, and alumni for their open positions. Pirate Mentors were also available to coach students and help them navigate the fair," said Reesa Greenwald, director of the Career Center.

The Career Center provides resources for Seton Hall students and graduates who are seeking advice, resume help, internships and full-time positions.

Educators dedicated to facilitating career development and career-based experiential education opportunities empower students to discover their unique calling and to engage in lifelong career management. Utilizing faculty, employer and alumni networks, the Center strives to provide a practical learning environment to ensure that students are prepared for professional success and service to the common good.

The fall and spring Career Fairs are two of the many events the Career Center sponsors each year, including weekly workshops such as "Secrets to Finding an Internship or Professional Position," "Using Networking and Social Media in Your Job Search," "How to Impress an Employer on Paper," and "Do This, Not That, to Ace the Interview."

For more information, please visit the Career Center homepage » 

Categories: Campus Life

For more information, please contact:

  • Reesa Greenwald
  • (973) 761-9355
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