Remind your students and alumni: Career and Internship Fair on Sept. 23

UW-Madison Career Services units will host the Fall Career and Internship Fair on Tuesday, September 23rd, which will bring nearly 300 organizations to campus.

“UW-Madison Career Services units are excited about the number of companies coming to the Fall Career and Internship Fair,” said Angie White, Assistant Director of Employer Relations, from the College of Letters and Science Career Services at UW-Madison. “This is the largest one-day fair ever at UW-Madison. The Career Services units attribute this to more organizations eager to hire graduates and host internships.”

“This year, we expect 300 employers to attend, our largest fair ever. Both levels of the Kohl Center concourse will be filled with recruiters!” says Duane Cooper, Assistant Director of Employer Relations and Career Events in the Wisconsin School of Business.

The UW Fall Career and Internship Fair will also have an official Twitter hashtag, #UWCF. Employers, attendees and university staff members are encouraged to tweet about their experiences at the Career Fair, including jobs, pictures or any simple fun facts.

The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, College of Letters and Sciences, School of Education, School of Pharmacy, School of Human Ecology, and the Wisconsin School of Business are working together to host the career fair, which will be held at the Kohl Center on Tuesday, September 23, from 4:00-8:00 p.m.

All UW-Madison students and alumni, especially those looking for internships and full-time positions, are encouraged to attend. To view a full list of participating organizations, attendees should log-on to BuckyNet ( and click “events.”

UW career services units provide resources for students to explore career interests and develop skills that will make them successful as they seek employment or admission to graduate or professional programs.

For more information contact Megan O’Rourke at 608-262-3460 or

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