What is a Career Expo?
The Career Expo is a networking opportunity for companies, current Southeast students, and alumni. The Career Expo is a networking opportunity for companies, current Southeast students, and alumni. Over 130 employers, recruiters, and schools attend this event to actively recruit students for potential internship and full-time job opportunities available with their organizations.
Why should I attend the Career Expo?The Career Expo provides an excellent opportunity for students across all majors to actively engage with employers who have internship and full-time positions to fill. Other benefits of attending this event include learning more about future opportunities with specific companies, solidifying personal career goals, and building a professional network. All students, regardless of current year of classification are encouraged to attend.
What should I wear to the Career Expo?The Office of Career Services recommends students who are actively job-seeking wear professional business attire appropriate to your field. Make sure clothes are clean and wrinkle free and wear shoes that are comfortable yet professional.
Hear from Career Services staff
Types of Expos
MicroExpos (In-person Events)These are unique, small events designed to help employers connect directly with students.
Employer tables will be placed 6-feet apart, and will allow for one employer representative at each table. All tables will be sanitized before and after each session. Masks are required. Student traffic will be controlled, and social distancing guidelines will be implemented.
Virtual Recruiting/WebinarsWe will create a unique virtual space for employers to present their information on a selected date/time, then have the opportunity to interact with students and faculty. This will be facilitated via Zoom. All attendees will be muted for the first 15-20 minutes of the employer's presentation, and then the virtual floor will be opened for questions. Information about students in attendance will be sent directly to the employer for follow-up.
Past Career Expos
The Will to Do