This dynamic event offers a unique opportunity for students to make connections that could shape their professional journey.
Hosted by the Student Professional Development Center (SPDC), the Business Job and Internship Fair offers a dynamic platform for students and employers to engage in discussions about internships and full-time positions. On Tuesday, Sept. 12, between 3 to 5 p.m., The Inn at Elon will be filled with representatives from an array of top-notch companies – from industry giants to innovative startups, to discover the next generation of business leaders.
Open to students of all years and majors, this event grants access to over 40 distinguished companies and organizations. Among them are ALKU, AlphaSights, Baker Tilly, BASF AGRO, Campus Greensboro, CHG Healthcare, Cobb Ezekiel Loy & Company, CohnReznick, Cotton, A Sikich Company, Dean Dorton, Dimensional Fund Advisors, DMJPS PLLC, EY, FactSet, Fastenal Company, Fidelity Investments, Gallagher, Gilliam Bell Moser LLP, Glen Raven, Global Endowment Management, LP, KPMG LLP, Live Oak Bank, McKinney, Medix, Northwestern Mutual, Phaidon International, PNC, PwC, LLP, Regions Bank, Relias, SAS, Standish Management, SteelFab, Summit Human Capital, Volvo Group, W.W. Grainger, Inc., Wolf & Company, P.C., and other names that can kickstart a journey to success.
Cindy Sweeney, senior associate director of career services for the Love School of Business and passionate advocate for business majors, said, “Before the fair, students can seize the chance to make an indelible impression on potential employers by fine-tuning their resumes, refining their elevator pitches, and ensuring their LinkedIn profiles radiate professionalism.”
The Elon Job Network (EJN) lets students schedule appointments with seasoned career advisors, who’ll offer insights to amplify the resume’s visual appeal and content. These experts will equip students with the tools to stand out in a sea of applicants. Additionally, to add a touch of professionalism, students can drop by the SPDC in Moseley Center 140 before the fair to print copies of their resumes on high-quality resume paper.
“Through these preparations, students can arrive at the fair prepared to engage with employers face-to-face, gain insights into various industries, learn about company cultures, and access job openings that might not be advertised elsewhere.” said Vice President for the Student Professional Development Center Brooke Buffington.