Think September is too early to look for a summer internship or a post-graduation career? Think again! Recruiting begins earlier than you might expect, and many employers have a rolling application process. Whether you are looking for part-time, full-time, or internship opportunities, you'll find them at the fair on Wednesday! We already have 40 exhibitors registered to attend, some of which are recruiting at BHSU for the very first time. If you're not looking for a job right now, it's a great time to network and do career exploration!
Make a great first impression by dressing as you would for an interview - a suit (or as close to it as you can manage), minimal accessories, closed toe shoes, a postive attitude, and a smile! NO PJs, work out clothes, jeans, flip flops, or cleavage. Bring multiple copies of your resume and be prepared to interview!
Fall Career Fair
Wednesday, September 26
Student Union Jacket Legacy Room
Open to the Public!
- Adoba Eco Hotel/Enigma Restaurant
- ASI, Inc.
- AT&T Mobility
- Behavior Management Systems
- BHSU Graduate Programs
- Big Brothers Big Sisters - Spearfish
- Canyon Hills Center/LSS, SD Inc.
- City of Rapid City
- Country Place Senior Living
- Dacotah Bank
- Duhamel Broadcasting Enterprises
- Edgewood Vista Senior Living
- Eleutian Technology, Inc.
- Enterprise Rent-A-Car
- Family Heritage of the Black Hills
- Hills Product Group
- Iliff School of Theology
- Isis Hospitality, LLC
- KNBN NewsCenter1
- Midcontinent Communications
- Modern Woodmen of America
- Northern Hills Training Center
- Northwestern Mutual Financial Network
- Pennington Co. Sheriff's Office
- Sams Club
- SD Bureau of Human Resources
- SD Dept. of Labor & Regulation
- Senator Tim Johnson's Rapid City Office
- Sherwin-Williams Company
- St. Martin Monastery
- State Farm Insurance - Dave Raml
- Target Stores
- University of North Dakota Graduate Programs
- University of South Dakota Occupational Therapy Program
- USDA Forest Service
- US Army ROTC - Mt. Rushmore Battalion
- Waddell & Reed
- Wells Fargo
- Wyoming Department of Corrections
Posted on September 20, 2012 @ 08:47 by Sara Elias