CLA Internship & Career Fair
Are you an employer that has internship, volunteer, and full-time opportunities for talented and diverse liberal arts students? We invite you to participate in the CLA Internship & Career Fair!
Friday, September 29, 2017
10:00 am to 2:00 pm
Great Hall, Coffman Memorial Union
Explore internship, volunteer, and full-time opportunities with employers who are hiring and who have opportunities for CLA students and recent alumni. Starting dates will include 2017 and 2018.
This event is open only to CLA students and is FREE for students to attend. For-profit, non-profit, and government employers from a variety of industries will be represented. This event is also an opportunity to develop your networking skills and to get advice about internships and full-time careers.
This event is coordinated by CLA Career Services, and a special thanks to the College of Liberal Arts Alumni Society for their generous support and financial sponsorship.
To register, search the 'Career Fairs/Events' section in GoldPASS, choose this event and then click on the 'Register for Event' button. If you upload your resume it will be available to participating employers. Students are strongly encouraged to register in advance.
Prepare for the Fair
Do you want to attend the CLA Internship & Career Fair but you’re not sure what it is or what to do when you’re there? Check out our Intership Resources page, and watch the Internships in CLA video. Also, attend one of our Prep Events to prepare for the fair (to be announced August 2017!)
Have all of your Job Fair information at your fingertips! Download the University of Minnesota's Guidebook app on your mobile device, and then search "CLA Internship & Career Fair".
2016 Participating Employers
Wondering which employers will be on campus for the fair this year? Check out the list of past Participating Employers!
Student Feedback About the Internship Fair
There is a lot of opportunity available. You just have to put yourself out there. It's all about communication and networking.
-Rachel Kinnunen, Junior
It's important to network and try to establish effective relationships with prospective employers. When you understand and can related to personal interests, the conversation is natural.
-Ankita Sahu, Senior
You have to put yourself out there, out of your comfort zone, to figure out where you belong in the career world! This was an amazing experience and I feel much more confident about my ability to communicate with employers.
-Ashley Carmichael, Senior