Thursday, July 30, 2009

Fall 2009 Lamar Jobs On-Campus Job Fair

Thursday, Sept. 10th, 2009
Time: 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Setzer Center Ballroom

The Lamar Jobs On-Campus Career Fair provides the opportunity for departments on-campus to recruit for on-campus student employment.

The event will be open to all Lamar University students, both undergraduate and graduate. This includes all classifications and GPA ranges. Registration is free for all employers. Please register by September 3, 2009.

Lunch will be provided for all recruiters during the event.

To register for this event and for more information, please login to Cardinal Connect

5 comments:

Susan Haught said...

It's a good idea to dress in professional attire, because first impressions are very important! Do you have your resume and references ready? Stop by the SSS office and we can help you with that!

April Walker said...

I wasn't aware of this event. It is very helpful to me because I'm looking for a job so i can work during the school year.This blog is a creative way to keep students of Lamar informed about current and upcoming events.

Andrea Stephenson said...

April...thanks for visiting the blog. Put this job fair on your calendar, and be sure to stop by to let us help you with your resume!

Sarah Renee said...

I'm a bit confused. The Lamar activities calendar says it's a "Career Fair" with special gpa requirements, and on the same day it has a different entry that says "Job Fair" with no special requirements. Is it just going to be employers for a "job" and not necessarily a career? Or both? If it's just a job fair, I'm not really interested in it, but if it's going to have more to do with the career aspect I'd be interested. Oh.. and that reminds me, that my resume is way outdated. I have almost no activities to list now, I need to start being more involved.. :/ Just a reminder to myself. :)

Pamela Comer said...

Sarah, to answer your question about the Job / Career fair on Sept. 10th in the Setzer Center .... I believe both are actually referring to the same event. There is a 2.0 GPA requirement, but it is actually intended to be a job fair for on-campus positions to allow students to network with the various departments. I don't think it was intended to be a Career Fair.