Make your next moveWhether in-person or online you will find new education and career opportunities at our events.
Register and get your ticket
You can sign up for an event by going to our Events page and finding the event you want to attend. And don’t forget to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for updates on exhibitors and contest opportunities.
Have your resume handy
Make sure that your resume is current and applicable to opportunities you’re interested in applying for. If you’re going to a live event, make sure to have a few copies printed.
Check your commute
If you’re attending a live event, make sure you have the right address and plan a travel route. Check for delays on public transportation and, if you’re driving, be sure to arrive early to snag a parking spot. For virtual events, make sure that you have the right link and that you have all the requirements to participate.
Have refreshments on hand
No matter how long you plan on staying at an event, always make sure you have some snacks and water on-hand. Even if you’re attending a virtual event, having refreshments nearby makes everything that much easier.
Invite your friends
Chances are if you are looking for a new opportunity, you know someone else who is as well. Support each other’s career ambitions by bringing them along to a live event or sending then the link to the virtual event.
Wear appropriate attire
First impressions always matter whether you are attending a virtual or live event. Aim for a professional business-casual look because you never know who you might run into, or when you will have to turn your camera on.
Have an elevator pitch
Prepare a short introduction for yourself. Being able to market yourself concisely in 30 seconds or less is a great way to stand out and maximize potential opportunities.
Learn something new
Do you want to do something outside of your current field? Are you missing the necessary credentials that you need to elevate your resume? College exhibitors at any event are there to give you an edge. Even if you are not looking for a brand-new path, they are great resources to learn what you need to get to where you want to be.
Network, network, network
Your fellow attendees may be your biggest asset yet. Once you start speaking to other jobseekers, you can start collaborating. Share information about job leads, companies, and learn about each other’s application strategies and styles.
Follow up with recruiters
Taking the time to send out ‘thank-you’ emails the day after an event can go a long way. Make sure to collect business cards from recruiters so you can send them something professional, short and sweet. It’s a great way to stay memorable.
Compete on our attendee survey
Make sure that you enter our feedback contest for a chance to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card.