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Posted 09.16.2010

ACES and Bio-Sciences Career Fair

A Fusion of Career Fairs  

ACES and Bio-Sciences Career Fair
Hosted by ACES Career Services, Biotech Career Services, Chemical Sciences Career Services, and Molecular and Cellular Biology

Thursday, October 7, 2010 1:00 pm – 5:30 pm
The I Hotel and Conference Center

Information for Students

  • List of Employers
  • How to Prepare for a Career Fair | pdf document
  • Limited on-site parking; there is an MTD bus stop at the I Hotel and Conference Center

Contact Information

All questions concerning the ACES and Bio-Science Career Fair should be directed to:
Jenny Neef
ACES Career Services
jneef@uiuc.edu
217-244-4540
Kathe Brinkmann
Biotechnology Career Services
brinkman@illinois.edu
217-333-1378

L ocation

The ACES and Bio-Sciences Career Fair is being held at the I Hotel and Conference Center, located at the corner of First Street and St. Mary's Road, just southwest of the Assembly Hall.

Academic Majors/Areas of Job Seekers

Agricultural and Consumer Economics (Accounting, Finance, Financial Planning, Management, Marketing, Policy, and Trade)
Agricultural and Biological Engineering
Agricultural Communications
Agricultural Education and Leadership
Animal Sciences
Biology (Animal; Integrative; Moleculuar and Cellular; and Plant)
Biochemistry
Bioengineering
Bioinformatics and Biostatistics
Biophysics
Chemistry
Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering
Computational Biology
Crop Sciences
Entomology
Food Science and Human Nutrition (Dietetics, Food Industry & Business, Food Science, Hospitality Management, and Human Nutrition)
Horticulture
Human Development and Family Studies
Microbiology
Natural Resources and Environmental Sciences
Nutritional Sciences
Technical Systems Management
Veterinary Medicine (Biosciences, Clinical Medicine, and Pathobiology)


posted 08.24.2010

Fall 2010 Business Career Fair
Tuesday and Wednesday, Sept 14 & 15, 2010
12:00 pm – 5:00 pm, ARC
Valid I-Card required for entrance; Professional dress recommended.
Why LAS Seniors Should Attend the Business Career Fair:
  1.Companies ARE interviewing, so register now for the on-campus interviews. [https://tcc-illinois-csm.symplicity.com/students/]
  2.60% of LAS undergraduates go on to careers in business.
  3.Attending the fair is good experience, especially if you have never been to a career fair before. You will gain valuable practice in approaching recruiters and making conversation, which will prepare you for the All-Campus Career Fair in the spring. Besides, you just may land a job!

To Prepare for the Business Career Fair:
•Research companies [www.business.illinois.edu/bcs] that will be at the fair and target those of interest to you.
•Visit the campus Career Center before the fair and they’ll offer you helpful suggestions on how previous students have turned this into a winning opportunity for them. Also watch these career fair preparation videos. [http://www.careercenter.illinois.edu/resources/campus/ola.php]


posted 08.17.2010

LAS Career Exploration Night

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (LAS) Alumni Association, in conjunction with the LAS Student Academic Affairs Office, LAS Council, and LAS Leaders, will host our 14th Career Exploration Night (CEN) on Monday, October 4, 2010, at the Illini Union, Rooms A,B,C, and South Lounge from 6:15 to 8:30 p.m. (Please note that we have changed the title of this event from LAS Career Information Night to LAS Career Exploration Night to better communicate to our students the purpose of this event.) From 4:00-5:00 p.m., the University of Illinois Career Center will also host resume writing and critiquing workshops in Rooms 404 and 406 of the Illini Union.

LAS Career Exploration Night is our annual fall event for LAS undergraduates. As you know, one of the toughest decisions for LAS students is the identification of a career path. This evening offers LAS alumni the opportunity to return to campus to dialogue one-on-one with LAS students. Discussion topics may include: how and why they chose their career path, how they landed their first job, the advantages and disadvantages of their occupation, and the skills and academic preparation required for their career.