Your academic progress is certainly important to recruiters, but they want to see something else. Namely, real life experience. That experience can be hard to come by, unless you are willing to work as an intern.
As you work your way through your senior year of college, opportunities to participate in career fairs will arise. These fairs are typically held on campus and may be organized by your college’s career office.
College seniors have an excellent employment seeking tool at their disposal: the college career office. Every school has one, a place where students can turn to for resume writing help, interview tips, job leads and more.
Tweet Read on and we will examine the best approach for you to take as you prepare for and attend a college job fair. 1. Write your resume. You will