Elon University Job and Internship Expo

The Student Professional Development Center is proud to host more than 70 companies on campus each fall and spring to engage with Elon students, alumni, faculty and staff.

All students are encouraged to attend this event to explore a wide-variety of job and internship opportunities.

Students: Please see the information below. Recruiters: Click here to learn how you can participate.

Event Details

Spring 2017 Job and Internship Expo
Thursday, March 2, 2017
2:00 - 5:30 p.m.
Alumni Gym

Business casual dress is recommended.

For a list of registered employers, please click here.

Registered Employers

Download the free Elon Career Fair Plus App for iOS and Android to learn about attending employers!

    

The Elon Career Fair App features:

  • The most up to date list of employers attending the fairs
  • Detailed information on each employer
  • Mark potential employers as favorites
  • Find every employer's location on the floor plan
  • Plan your visit by showing only your favorite employers on the floor plan
  • Get tips and advice on your appearance, elevator speech, and general approach
  • Take notes during the fair on follow-up actions for each employer

How to Prepare and What to Expect

Step 1: Research
Conduct research on the companies that you’re most interested in approaching prior to the Expo. This research can include: company history, open positions, recent announcements, and industry news.

Step 2: Practice
Prepare and practice a 30-second commercial to the employer. State who you are, your major, why you are interested in the company and what you can bring to the company.

Step 3: Update Your Resume
Set up an appointment with the Porter Family Professional Development Center, or stop by during drop-in hours to have your resume reviewed. Be sure to bring a minimum of 15 resumes with you to the Expo.

Step 4: Dress to Impress
Dress professionally. Wear the same attire that you would for an interview.

Step 5: Map out a Plan
Download the Career Fair Plus App to your phone and make a plan for the companies that you want to approach.

Step 6: Attend the Expo
Be confident and prepared when you approach employers. Shake hands, look the representative in the eye and introduce yourself utilizing your 30-second commercial. Smile and make sure not to cover your nametag with your hair, folder or bag. Be yourself! Don’t be afraid to ask questions.

Step 7: Follow Up
Ask representatives how they would like you to follow up. Be sure to do what they ask you to do.