Volunteer at one of the fall career fairs

two students speaking at the career fair

Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education is recruiting volunteers for the Engineering, Technology & Science Fair (Sept. 26) and Business, Arts & Service (Sept. 27) career fairs at Case Western Reserve University. The events will allow both undergraduate and graduate students the opportunity to engage with employers looking to hire for internships, co-ops or full-time positions.

Volunteers serve a critical role in ensuring employers have a positive experience before and during the event.  Volunteers will be assigned into various roles for a maximum of one hour, either days before the fair, during employer set-up or during the fair. Roles will be explained in more detail later and students will select the one(s) that best fit their schedule.

Volunteers also get special benefits at the career fairs:

  • Having exclusive access to employers 30 minutes before the start of the Career Fair;
  • A distinguished name tag with a “volunteer” pennant; and
  • Networking with employers on a more personal level

Sign up to volunteer.

If you have any questions, please contact Brian Matthews, assistant director of experiential learning, at bxm319@case.edu.