Loyola University Maryland

The Career Center

Career and Graduate/Professional School Fairs

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Registration may be required for these events. More information about registration will be available closer to the date of the events.

Spring 2016

Students be sure to thoroughly prepare for these career events and fairs to make a good first impression and to maximize your experience. For more information, review tips on how to network at recruiting events.

02/04/2016 - The Mortgage Bankers Association Virtual Career Fair
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Our member companies (independent mortgage bankers, large banks, community banks, credit unions) are looking to hire entry level talent and want to source that talent from colleges. There will be a random drawing for a few of the first 100 students that register to win a $100 iTunes Gift Card. To learn more and to register please visit the fair website.

02/11/2016 - Veteran's Grad School Fair
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
The Virtual Fair will allow Veterans and Active Duty Personnel to meet with graduate institutions to discuss their programs, admissions criteria, and educational benefits. To learn more and to register, please visit the fair website

02/19/2016 - Maryland Career Consortium (MCC) Career Fair
Reitz Arena, Loyola University Maryland
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Over 150 of the region's top employers will be on campus with one thing on their minds. Hiring. Move your career in the right direction, seek out full-time, part-time, and internship positions. Check out the full list of confirmed employers and contact The Career Center with any questions!

02/20/2016 - Diversity Career Fair for Teachers, Administrators, & Coaches
Washington, DC - Georgetown Day School
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Each year the regional Diversity Career Fair provides job seekers an opportunity to meet and interview with over 350 employers. If you are looking for employment as a teacher, school administrator or coach, please visit the fair website for more information and for registration. 

Career Fairs at Local Universities
Career fairs are open to all current college students and college graduates. Undergraduates, graduates and college alumni from other universities are welcome to attend. Visit each university's Career Center website for more information on their career fairs. A list of consortium universities is available on the Maryland Career Consortium's website.

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