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The Fall Career Fair regularly attracts more than 1,000+ students & alumni and 150 recruiting organizations. Your participation will allow you to speak with Villanova students & alumni of all majors and class years to inform them of the opportunities that exist within your organization.
Hospitals and healthcare organizations participate in our annual Nursing Career Fair. Our nursing students are eager to connect and speak about various opportunities within these organizations. Invitations to register will be sent out in mid-October each year.
The Spring Career Fairs are a series of fairs that take place over 2 days, designed to gather employers, students and alumni around specific clusters of opportunities. In previous years, fairs these fairs have connected over 100 employers with more than 800 students & alumni. The schedule of fairs will be announced in the Fall semester each year.
The Annual Greater Philadelphia Teacher Job Fair is sponsored by the Delaware Valley Education Consortium, comprised of representatives from 27 Philadelphia area colleges/universities. Past Fairs have featured 200+ school organizations, from across the U.S., and 1700+ job seekers. School representatives have the opportunity to "meet and greet" prospective candidates.
This event is co-sponsored with St. Joseph's Career Center and the Nonprofit Career Fair Consortium. Past non-profit fairs have attracted 500+ students/alumni from over 40 area colleges and universities. More than 75 non-profit organizations, representing issues ranging from the arts to human services/education to environmental concerns, have participated each year.
An event programmed by the consortium of schools in the Big East Conference, taking place in the Fall semester each year. Invitations are sent out for employers to register two months in advance and hundreds of students from the Big East schools also register to attend.