To check out career fair details, click on the name of the fair (if link available) or go into SeaWork. Once in SeaWork, click on Career Events to view list of Career Fairs. Click on the fair to get details.
To register for UNCW Career Fairs:
Login to SeaWork; in top bar, click on "Career Events", then Career Events List.
Select the fair you wish to register for, click on the fair information, click on register under "Action" to register.
If you cannot login to SeaWork, contact the office at 910-962-3174 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Off campus Job Fairs
Check out the list for local and national job fairs.
EXPLORE • EXPERIENCE • ENGAGE • EMBARK
Career Express On The Road
Visit with Career Center staff for info about finding part-time jobs, choosing an academic major, and planning your future career. Stop by to get your free planner!
Thursday, August 20 • 11am – 2pm, Randall Library, Starbucks (Fisher Student Center) and Wagoner Hall
Visit with Career Center booth for info about the Career Center and to pick up a free academic planner!
Wednesday, August 26 • 10am - 2pm, Campus Commons
Seminary & Theological Virtual Grad School Fair
Meet school representatives from across the US and Canada. Free!
Register at CareerEco.com/Events/Seminary
September 15, 2015
Feeling stuck in your current major? Not sure how to change your major? Come meet with representatives from the Career Center, University College, and the Registrar's Office to find out how the total process works.
Monday, September 28 • 5:30pm - 6:30pm, Azalea A, Fisher Student Union
Academic Majors and Minors Fair
Visit with reps from academic departments in Arts & Sciences, Business, Education, and Health & Human Services. Find out courses needed, admissions requirements, internships and career options for academic majors throughout campus. Co-sponsored with University College.
Tuesday, September 29 • 11am – 2pm, Burney Center
Getting Prepared for Grad School
Should I go to grad school? Will grad school get me where I want to go? How can I plan now for the admissions process? Co-Sponsored with UNCW Honors College and the Graduate School.
Wednesday September 30 • 4pm – 5pm, Morton Hall 209
Multicultural Networking Reception
Career event for diverse students to network with area professionals.
Date, Time and Location TBD
Get a game plan for your resume and cover letters. Tips on format and content
Wednesday, October 7 • 10am – 3pm, Randall Library Lobby
Learn LinkedIn Lab
Learn how to create and enhance your LinkedIn profile.
Wednesday, October 7 • 6pm – 8pm, Teaching Labs room 1053
Federal Series: Peace Corps Info Session
Come learn how you can launch your international career and become part of the Peace Corps. Have your questions answered and gain tips to guide you through the NEW application process.
Thursday, October 8 • 5 – 6pm, Randall Library Auditorium, RL 2047
Making your MAJOR Decision-Exploring Majors & Careers
Evaluate myths associated with choosing a major: assess your interests and explore their connection to academic majors and careers. Co-sponsored with University College
Tuesday, October 20 • 5:30pm – 6:30pm, Cape Fear Room, Fisher University Union
Careers in Service & Humanitarian Aid Panel
Learn where your degree can take you – both locally and globally! This panel will connect students with experienced professionals in a range of jobs in the non-profit and humanitarian aid field. Panelists will briefly discuss their career paths, followed by Q&A. Co-sponsored with Campus Life, Office of Student Leadership & Engagement, and the Office of International Programs.
Tuesday, October 20 • 5:00-6:15pm • Cameron Hall, Room 105
Explore • Experience • Engage • Embark
Explore different industries, experience different careers, engage with alumni and employers, and embark on your Career Journey!
Wednesday, October 21 • 1pm - 4pm, Burney Center
Marketing Your Study Abroad Experience
Gain tips on how to market your study abroad experience on your resume, in your cover letter, and during interviews. Co-sponsored with the Office of International Programs.
Thursday, October 22 • 4pm - 5pm, Leutze Hall 111
UNCW Graduate School Open House
Bring your questions about graduate study at UNCW to our open house! Come enjoy refreshments and meet program coordinators, graduate assistants and current students from our graduate programs. Register online or text GRAD to 90947. Sponsored by the UNCW Graduate School. Free parking in the Parking Deck.
Thursday, October 29 • Drop in between 4pm - 7pm, Education Building
Law School Day
Law schools from throughout the country will visit UNCW provide info on applying and getting accepted. Co-sponsored by the Pre-Law Society and Pre-Professional Programs.
Monday, November 2 • Panel: 12noon – 1:00pm; Fair: 1:00pm – 3:00pm • Burney Center
Nursing & Health Careers Fair
A special job fair for Nursing, Clinical Research, and other health-related majors - featuring hospitals and healthcare employers.
Monday, November 9 • 9am-12pm, McNeill Hall Multipurpose Room 1051
Get a game plan for your resume and cover letters with tips on format and content.
Wednesday, November 11 • 10am – 3pm, Randall Library Lobby
Writing a Powerful Personal Statement
Get tips from writing experts for writing a powerful admissions essay or personal statement for graduate school admissions. Co-sponsored with Honors College, Graduate School and the Writing Center.
Wednesday, November 11 • 4pm - 5pm, Morton Hall 209
All Hands On Deck
Mon, Nov 16 – Fri, Nov 20
2 – 4pm, UNCW Career Center
International Internship and Service Learning Event
Are you interested in doing an international internship or international service-learning experience? Come find out about the myriad of opportunities available through UNCW. Co-sponsored with the Office of International Programs.
Tuesday, November 17 • 5:00-6:00pm • CIS Building 1008
Going Global: Jump Start Your International Career Path
Find out how to pursue an international job or career! Whether you are interested in temporary options like the Peace Corps or you want to become the CEO of an international company, navigating the process of working internationally can be daunting. Learn the do’s and how-to’s of starting on your own international work adventure. Co-sponsored with the Office of International Programs.
Thursday, November 19 • 4:00-5:00pm • Leutze Hall, Room 111