International Opportunities Fair
We are pleased to host the International Opportunities Fair, an event that brings students and representatives of organizations together to explore:
- international career options
- work, internship and volunteer abroad programs
- fellowship and scholarship programs for study and work abroad
- universities offering international degree programs
Based on the success of previous fairs, we expect over 500 students to participate in this event.
The fair will be held in the Michigan Union (2nd floor) at 2-6pm on Thurs, October 24, 2013.
Information for Organizations
Information for Students
Students, register at the event (see below for more information)
See the Panel Discussions and download the flyer.
What to Expect
The International Opportunities Fair is a great way to connect with international organizations right here on campus! We're anticipating more than 50 organizations offering something for everyone:
- Explore opportunities for work, internships and volunteering abroad
- Explore international graduate programs
- Build networks for the future
- Learn more about exciting international careers
U-M Ann Arbor Students
- Registration for the fair will be on-site the day of the event (2nd floor Michigan Union)
- There is no registration fee
- Bring your student ID
Non U-M Ann Arbor Students
- This event is for U-M Ann Arbor students and alumni(ae)
- Non U-M Ann Arbor students will be charged $20 (cash or check)
- Interviews scheduled to be conducted at The Career Center are for U-M Ann Arbor students only
Take these tips from employers and make the most of your interactions with organizations at the fair:
Do your homework
Employers tell us research is the key to successful exploration. It will allow you to make the most of your time at the Fair.
Make your resume work for you
Spend some time developing your resumé. It's your introduction to organizations attending the fair and the “legacy” you leave after the fair.
Dress for Success
Organizations participating in fairs say first impressions count, so give some thought to what you wear to the fair. Consider the type of organization/position you are interested in and take notice of what employers wear at presentations, on the organization web site or in the literature. Suits or business casual...both are appropriate for International Opportunities Fair. Keep in mind, however, “business casual” doesn't mean “classroom casual”. In general it is better to be overdressed than underdressed. Bottom line – you want the organization to focus on the content of your conversation not on what you're wearing.
Your resume will be helpful for organizations featuring full-time and/or internship opportunties. Unofficial transcripts, reference sheets, a pen/pencil and notebook may also come in handy.
Come chat with us during Walk-in Advising or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org