Career Fair of Agricultural, Food & Life Sciences


The University of Arkansas Career Fair of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences offers cost-effective and time-efficient recruiting for full-time, part-time or internship positions. This fair is for all Bumpers College Students who are seeking employment opportunities.

Employers are encouraged to register and attend this fair to meet and network with Bumpers College students' whose majors represent 13 inter-related majors and 21 minors. This venue also provides companies branding opportunities on a campus with over 27,000 students representing more than 78 undergraduate majors and 153 graduate degree programs. The employer registration deadline is October 18th.

Bumpers College students, whether you are looking for a full-time position, part-time or an internship, you will find great opportunities at this fair to connect with prospective employers seeking students with your majors. Also attend this fair to expand your network, polish your interview skills, learn industry information, and gather information about companies. Business Casual is required to attend.

Accommodations

If you need an accommodation to fully participate in this event, please contact the University Career Development Center at 479-575-2805 or email recruit@uark.edu.

The University of Arkansas is an equal opportunity/affirmative action institution.


Student Info

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Watch video on How to Prepare for Career Fairs
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Employer Info

Career Fair Pricing
Employer Registration form
View/Download Employers Packet
Refund/Cancellation/Inclement Weather Policy
Post Your Position before the Fair



E2 Series (Engineers Employed) Fall 2017


The Engineers Employed Series or better known as E2 Series, was created by the College of Engineering to ensure that students majoring in Engineering at the University of Arkansas will be better prepared to enter the workforce. Through various professional development workshops and events, UA College of Engineering students will be equipped to face the challenges associated with job searching and finding a career that best suits their interests, motivational traits, personality, values, abilities, aptitudes, personal work styles, and work environment preferences.

The E2 Series consists of resume and interview workshops & critiques, company tours, and a few employer/student meet and greets that will allow students the opportunity to interact with local, regional, as well as national employers looking to hire engineers. Students will learn how to create eye-catching resumes, interview effectively, and network with employers that are promoting open positions.

To learn more about the E2 Series, please click here.