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The university's Virtual Career Fair (VCF) is your opportunity to connect online in real time with employers and recruiters.

Each VCF is designed to target specific audiences and employers based on industry. Find a fair below that's right for you.

Upcoming Virtual Career Fairs

Our Virtual Career Fairs are several hours in length to allow you the flexibility to attend the event. Be sure to give yourself enough time to take full advantage of the service.

STEM VCF
October 25, 2017

Are you interested in a position in the science, technology, engineering, or mathematics industry? Do not miss this opportunity to meet with STEM employers looking for your unique skill set.

View a list of participating employers.

For more information visit the Virtual Career Fair webpage within the ecampus.

Coming in 2018
Dates to be announced

The Department of Career Services will be hosting more industry specific Virtual Career Fairs in 2018. Each VCF will have corresponding information sessions, career coaching opportunities, and industry specific employers. We look forward to seeing you at a VCF!

Past Events

Our 2017 Virtual Career Fairs have included Public Safety and Health, Employing Those Who Serve, and National Security. Students and alumni have had the opportunity to network with industry leaders with whom many have found employment. Be sure to prepare for our upcoming VCF by contacting career services.

Preparation Guide

Attend a Virtual Career Fair Information Session
Before each fair, we offer information sessions where you can learn what to expect at the fair, how to best prepare, and how to make meaningful connections with recruiters. Attendees will also receive an instructional video demonstrating the technical components of the VCF. Come ready to learn, explore, and ask questions! Current students can register for an information session by visiting the Virtual Career Fair webpage within the ecampus.

Do Your Research
Before the career fair date, you can access a list of all the employers scheduled to be in attendance. We recommend you do your homework – research attending employers and make a list of the questions you want to ask recruiters.

Get Personalized Help 
Career Services has a staff of highly trained career coaches prepared to give you the personalized guidance you need for this event. You can request a complimentary one-hour virtual session with a career coach. Using a secured screen-sharing system, coaches can walk you through how to research employers, will look over your resume and your introduction statement, or help you with any other career fair related topic.

Update Your Resume
Email resumehelp@apus.edu with a copy of the resume you intend to use for the career fair, and a career coach will be in contact to share feedback within 5-7 business days.

Resources

Online Career TipsCareer Services Blog

Online Career Tips has a wealth of information. Search “career fair” for specifics on how to be successful at an in-person or virtual job search event.

Resume ReviewResume & Cover Letters

Find information on our complimentary resume reviews, resume and cover letter examples, a step-by-step writing guide, and key information on making a lasting impression.

InterviewsOne-on-One Interview Assistance

From access to self-lead resources to working one-on-one with a member of career services, there is plenty of support to prepare you for phone, video, and in-person job interviews.

VaultVault

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It's very important to research employers before a career fair event. Vault has an insider's view with "Day in the Life" information for roles within organizations.

Contact Information

Our career services team can provide more information our virtual or in-person career fairs.