Annual Career Fairs

Annual Career Fairs

Career Fair Photo

St. Catherine University Career Opportunities Fair
  October 8, 2015 | 1-5pm | Coeur de Catherine 3rd Floor Ballroom

Each year St. Kate's offers a career fair for our students and alums featuring over 75 business, government and non-profit employers. The fair is the largest on-campus private college career event in Minnesota. It's a terrific opportunity to network with employers regarding internships or jobs. Students login to KatieCareer any time of year to research employers who are interested in employing Katies. The fair is open to St. Catherine University students and alumni only. Free and no student registration is required. Employer Registration for the 2015 fair will open in Spring. Contact with any questions.

Government and Non-Profit Career Fair
  October 2015 | Coffman Union, University of Minnesota

This Career Fair, held at the University of Minnesota, brings Minnesota college students and nearly 100 non-profit and government employers together for networking, internships and job opportunities. See the list of employers for networking use any time of year. 

Minnesota Private Colleges Job and Internship Fair  February 2016  | Minneapolis Convention Center

This is the biggest recruiting event of the year, sponsored by all of the career centers at Minnesota's Private Colleges. Network with over 200 employers, distribute resumes, gather employer information, get advice, arrange interviews, and participate in screening interviews. Employers from business, non-profit, government, and STEM fields will be represented. This event is open to sophomores, juniors, and seniors and is typically held at the Minneapolis Convention Center. Pre-registration by February 14 in the Career Development Office is required.  Watch the video, research potential employers.

 More information in the Career Development Office.

Minnesota Education Job Fair
  April 13, 2015 | 
10-3pm | Minneapolis Convention Center 

This fair is open to students and alumni who will complete or have completed programs in teacher education and looking for a teaching position. 
Representatives from local, national, and international school districts as well as education-related non-profits are in attendance to meet with and interview qualified candidates.