Students explore their futures at career fair

Students from schools and departments all over campus went to the Fall Career & Internship Fair on Sept. 19-20 at the Gordon Dining & Event Center, to explore possible futures. The fair was open to UW–Madison students and recent alumni of all majors to connect with a wide range of employers to find full-time jobs and internships. The job fair schedule also includes the Public Service Fairthe Virtual Technology, Data & Analytics Career Fairthe new Equity & Inclusion Career & Internship Fairthe Risk & Insurance Fair and a virtual fair.


Students got a chance to meet employers and discuss jobs.

Satvik Shukla, a graduate student, explores job options with a recruiter.


Satvik Shukla, a graduate student, explores job options with a recruiter.

Sophomore Maddie Kelley discusses opportunities.


Sophomore Maddie Kelley discusses opportunities.

Senior May Jagodzinski talks to a recruiter.


Senior May Jagodzinski talks to a recruiter.

Shiyi He (left) and Baolu Yu (right) listen to an FBI recruiter.


Shiyi He (left) and Baolu Yu (right) listen to an FBI recruiter.

The fair was open to all enrolled UW-Madison students, plus recent alumni who graduated within the past two years.


The fair was open to all enrolled UW-Madison students, plus recent alumni who graduated within the past two years.

Sophomore Ryan Drew gets some advice from a recruiter.


Sophomore Ryan Drew gets some advice from a recruiter.

Francesca Sloane, a first-year undergraduate, listens to insight into job opportunities.


Francesca Sloane, a first-year undergraduate, listens to insight into job opportunities.

Senior Maima Syakhroza talks to a recruiter from Analog Devices.


Senior Maima Syakhroza talks to a recruiter from Analog Devices.

A Peace Corps recruiter explains options to senior John Allison.


A Peace Corps recruiter explains options to senior John Allison.

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