With the Career Fair approaching on Sept. 22, it is a good time to start thinking about preparing for this season’s recruitment.
The Career Fair has in the past–and continues present day–to be dominated by employers that represent STEM majors, leaving humanities majors with few specified options to choose from.
Today marks the first day of the Career Center’s Fall Career Fair: a now two-day event that will feature 130 employers. Despite all these options, students who are studying something other than business, engineering, science or math may be hard-pressed to find more than a handful of opportunities that align with their interests.
The Danforth Campus will be suited up for two days as over 130 employers attend the Fall Career Fair, which will take place on both Sept. 17 and 18 at the Mallinckrodt Center.
Due to the current Athletic Complex renovations, Dance Marathon and Wednesday’s Fall Career Fair are moving to the Danforth University Center and Mallinckrodt Center, respectively.
Coughing dramatically and falling to the ground in front of a business school information session, around 35 Washington University students joined a national protest against Bank of America last week.
Several weeks ago, senior David Dresner approached a military recruitment table at a University career fair, announced that he was gay and asked for an application. He was promptly denied.
The moment was not an extraordinary one.
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