Who should attend Fall Career Days?

Back to FAQ While the majority of organizations attending represent business, industry, and government, there will also be a few non-profit organizations, graduate schools, and small, independent companies.

DO YOUR RESEARCH IN ADVANCE SO YOU CAN BE PREPARED!

EVERYONE! Fall Career Days should benefit all students and alumni who attend, no matter which type of position you are seeking.

Freshmen: It's not too early to familiarize yourself with Fall Career Days! Become a volunteer and get to know this event so you are not overwhelmed or caught by surprise when it matters. Learn what types of career opportunities are available before you choose a major.

Sophomores: Looking for an internship/co-op? Attend the Internship/Co-op Career Day (Sept. 18). If you're not looking for an internship, consider becoming a volunteer to get to know this event and be prepared for next year.

Juniors: Attend the Internship/Co-op Career Day (Sept. 14). If you've never attended before, review the What to Expect page and research the organizations attending in advance. Feel free to attend Non-Technical (Sept. 13) or Technical (Sept. 15) Career Days if organizations you're interested in are only attending on those days.

Seniors: Search for the career that meets your expectations and lifestyle. If you are seeking a full-time position, research the organizations attending and attend either the Non-Technical Career Day (Sept. 13) or Technical Career Day (Sept. 15).

Alumni and Non-Penn State Students: Fall Career Days is open to anyone who wishes to attend. Please visit Student Registration upon arrival to check-in. There is no cost to attend or pre-registration required.

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