Rebekah Josefy '13 February 7, 2017 10:31 AM updated: February 8, 2017 9:24 AM
Several career fairs are taking place on campus during the month of February, offering opportunities for current students to connect with potential employers. We wish those Aggies the best of luck as they prepare and welcome any former students back to Aggieland who are here for recruiting purposes!
If you are a former student in need of career assistance, please contact the Texas A&M Career Center. The Association of Former Students provides financial support to the career center in order for services, such as HireAggies.com and career consultations with an advisor, to be available to former students free of charge.
Hosting over 250 companies, the Business Student Council Career Fair is in Reed Arena on Feb. 6-7 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day. This event is completely run by a committee of students.
Feb. 7 is also the date of the Spring Retailing Career Fair in the Wehner Lobby. This event is open to all majors and is specifically for those interested in careers focused on areas such as retail support, store management, and merchandising.
Wednesday, Feb. 8, the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center will be the site of the Liberal Arts Career Fair and students from all majors and degree levels are welcome to attend to visit and network with top companies from various industries.
Hey, Ags! Our career fair is next week. Mark it down on your calendars, proofread that resume, and rock it. pic.twitter.com/NIxUuCtMTp— Liberal Arts at TAMU (@TAMUliberalarts) February 2, 2017
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student Council will host its spring career fair on Monday, Feb. 13 from 12 - 4 p.m. in the Hall of Champions at Kyle Field.
The AGLS Career Fair is moving up in the world. Hey Howdy Hi, Hall of Champions! pic.twitter.com/xWvZf45UT0— Annie McGinnis (@AnnieMcGinnis17) January 19, 2017
Also coming up:
Horticulture Career Fair - Feb. 22
RPTS Career & Internship Fair - Feb. 22
Are you a current student in need of professional attire for an upcoming career fair or interview? Set up an appointment with the TAMU Career Closet to find out how to rent business attire, available for a $5 drycleaning fee.
The Association of Former Students, through the generous support of former students and friends of Texas A&M, financially supports the Texas A&M Career Center, Career Closet and other student activities, scholarships, financial aid, faculty enrichment programs, and former student programs and services. See how your gift will make a difference to Texas A&M University.