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Career Services introduces two-day career fair

Career Fair

WVU recognizes the importance of providing students with real-world opportunities to gain experience and kick-start their careers. 

As a result, WVU Career Services has created a customized approach to help employers find the right students for internship, full-time, and part-time opportunities.

The next STEM Career Fair will merge with the Agriculture and Natural Sciences Career Fair and be held as a two-day event to maximize insights from student and employer feedback and recruiting data.

The new format will better support employer recruiting needs and encourage student engagement with all attendees, as many student majors overlap across multiple industries.

The fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 31, and Thursday, Feb. 1, in the Student Recreation Center.

Day 1: Spotlight on Civil Engineering, Agriculture, and Natural Resources

Industries represented include the following: agriculture, animal and wildlife, architecture and planning, civil engineering, construction, energy, engineering and construction environmental services, farming, ranching, and fishing, forestry, government, interior design, landscaping, legal and law enforcement, natural resources, oil and gas, and veterinary.

Day 2: Spotlight on Engineering, Science, Technology, and Manufacturing

Industries represented include the following: aerospace, automotive, biotech and life sciences, computer networking, consumer packaged goods, defense, electronic and computer hardware, energy, government, healthcare, information technology, internet and software management consulting, manufacturing, medical devices, pharmaceuticals, research, scientific and technical consulting, telecommunications, transportation and logistics, and wholesale trade.

The Business and Communications Career and Internship Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 14, in the Mountainlair Ballrooms

Industries represented include the following: accounting, advertising, public relations and marketing, commercial banking and credit, consumer packaged goods, financial services, food and Beverage, government, hotels and accommodation, investment/portfolio management, investment banking, journalism, media and publishing, management consulting, movies, TV, music, real estate, restaurants and food service, retail stores, sales and marketing, staffing and recruiting, tourism, and wholesale trade.

The Behavior and Social Sciences Career and Internship Fair will be held from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 15,  in the Mountainlair Ballrooms.

Industries represented include the following: defense, government, human resources, international affairs, legal and law enforcement, library services, NGO, non-profits, politics, religious work, and social assistance. 

Find more information on the career fairs. 

For questions, contact Rachael Conrad, assistant director of employer relations at Career Services, at