Career Center

Career Fair

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Burney Center, 12 - 3pm

In partnership with the Cameron School of Business, College of Arts & Sciences, College of Health & Human Services and the Graduate School

Find Your Next Destination at the
2018 Career & Internship Fair

The Career Center is proud to present the Career & Internship Fair this fall semester! This premier event is produced in partnership with the Cameron School of Business, College of Arts & Sciences, College of Health & Human Services, and the Graduate School. 

Career Fair Overview

Come prepared to meet with recruiters and hiring managers from 80+ companies, including government agencies and non-profit organizations, who are excited to add a Seahawk to their team! Full-time, part-time/seasonal, and internship opportunities are available.

UNCW’s Career & Internship Fair is open to all students and alumni seeking employment and/or internship opportunities. All majors and classes (freshmen through graduate) are encouraged to attend!

  • Business professional attire is required
  • Bring copies of your resume
  • Admission is free with your UNCW One Card
  • Visit our photo booth to receive a complimentary professional headshot to enhance your LinkedIn profile

Event Sponsors

Diamond Sponsors:

PRA Health Sciences Sherwin Williams

Silver Sponsor:




How to Prepare for the Fair:

Attend the JCPenney Suit-Up event: September 9th, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. to receive 40% off all professional attire. Event also includes a suit measurement station, Sephora mini makeovers, free products, a photo booth, food & games. Hosted at the JCPenney Independence Mall

Visit the Career Center to get your resume reviewed:

Express Hours: Mon-Fri, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. and Wed-Thurs 9:00 to 11:00 a.m.
Or call to make an appointment: 910-962-3174

Tips from the Employers:

"Any employer is still going to remember a student's first impression, first words, and how they conduct themselves. Think Richard Sherman of the Seattle Seahawks. He is articulate, thoughtful, and a grad of Stanford University…but most people cannot get past the emotional interview he gave. Fifteen seconds…fifteen seconds…and he is now branded by many by that perception. Be it right or wrong…it is the way it is."


"Dress like you want a career"

"Students should dress appropriately - this is potentially their first interview. First impressions make a lasting impression."

"Share a personal experience that would allow the employer to 'visualize' you and your abilities in the available position."

"Do your homework ahead of time on each company so you know which companies you want to focus on and speak with. Then only go to those companies on your list instead of wandering around aimlessly and asking companies 'What do you do?' It will help you make the most efficient use of you time."

"Research the companies. By doing so you'll know what business the company is in and a bit about the culture."

"To remember the old basics that still hold true today…a firm handshake, good eye contact, manners, and to present themselves confidently and professionally."