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Career Development Center Events


On-Campus Job Fair
July 30, 2015 | 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. | RSC 2nd Floor

On-Campus Employers
If you are looking for student help for on-campus regular or on-campus work study positions, register for the Career Development Center’s On-Campus Job Fair that will be held Thursday, July 30 from 1 – 3 p.m., RSC 2nd Floor.

Register online at www.wichita.edu/RegisterOCJF (registration deadline is Thursday, July 23). For questions or more information, contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Students
You'll be on campus quite a bit this fall — why not work on campus, too? It's convenient, fun and you get to meet plenty of fellow Shockers. If you're interested in an on-campus position, put the On-Campus Job Fair on your calendar! Thursday, July 30, 2015, 1 – 3 p.m., RSC 2nd Floor.

*Business casual dress is required. Bring copies of your resume and your WSU ID.
Be prepared to talk with employers and complete applications.

* "Appropriate business casual dress includes slacks or khakis, dress shirt or blouse, open-collar or polo shirt, optional tie or seasonal sport coat, a dress or skirt at knee-length or below, a tailored blazer, knit shirt or sweater, and loafers or dress shoes that cover all or most of the foot."

For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Career Connection Rootbeer Kegger
August 26, 2015 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. | RSC Courtyard

Employers
Join us for this fun outdoor event that gives you first chance to network with more than 1,500 WSU students (freshman through graduate school) and visit with them about your business/organization. Sign up to attend this event today, spaces are limited! Contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Students
The Career Connection Root Beer Kegger will be an outdoor event on the lawn in front of Rhatigan Student Center. At this event students will be given a hot dog, IBC Root Beer,  valuable information about the WSU Career Development Center, and a chance to network with employers! This event is for WSU students only. Must present WSU student ID. Dress is casual. Hot dogs and root beer will be handed out until gone.

For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Engineering & Science Career Fair
September 15, 2015 | 2 p.m. – 6 p.m. | Koch Arena

Engineering and Science Employers
Are you looking to hire fresh talent that is highly educated, has professional experience, and a cutting-edge skill set? Recruit, retain, and reward the best engineering talent at the Engineering and Science Career Fair. You will have the opportunity to speak with more than 400 of WSU’s best engineering students for cooperative education, internship and full-time positions.

In return for your attendance, you will receive:

  • The opportunity to meet and interact with current WSU engineering students
  • Advertising regarding your attendance sent to current WSU engineering students and on the Career Development Center and College of Engineering websites in the weeks prior to the event
  • A table to distribute information about your company (you will need to provide your own tablecloth)
  • Lunch with the College’s dean and faculty from 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
  • An employer break room with snacks and the chance to briefly relax

Register to attend this event today, spaces are limited! Contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Engineering and Science Students
WSU engineering and science students have an exciting opportunity to connect with employers who are looking to hire interns, co-op students and full-time employees. Business professional dress is required. Business professional dress includes:  dress shirts, collared shirts or polo shirts, dress slacks or nice khaki pants, dress skirt, or suit with tie. (Students not dressed in professional attire will be turned away at the door. Unprofessional attire includes (but is not limited to):  jeans, sweats, flip-flops, leggings worn as pants, pajamas, athletic apparel, t-shirts, ripped clothing, sunglass, “clubbing attire” or shorts.) Bring copies of your resume and your WSU ID.

For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Accounting Interview Days
September 21 – October 2, 2015 | times will vary | RSC

Accounting Employers
At Wichita State University we have the accounting talent no one else has. With deep industry knowledge, our faculty educate accounting experts for all your recruitment needs. Improve your bottom line today by recruiting accounting interns and full-time employees during Accounting Interview Days. Don’t wait, sign up today! Contact Megan Duggar, (316) 978-6132, megan.duggar@wichita.edu.

WSU Accounting Students
WSU accounting students have an exciting opportunity to connect with more than 10 accounting firms who are looking to hire interns, co-op students and full-time employees. Get your resume together, and then contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688 to have it reviewed. In August you can begin applying for accounting positions. For more information contact Rob Barenberg at (316) 978-3544, robert.barenberg@wichita.edu.


ExpoSure 2015 – presented by the Wichita Chamber
September 24, 2015 | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Century II Expo Hall - 225 W. Douglas Avenue, Wichita, KS 67202

ExpoSure is the largest business-to-business trade show in the area hosted by the Wichita Chamber
with more than 1,700 attendees and 220 exhibitors. This event creates new opportunities through connections and collisions. Along with several other offices and departments the Career Development Center will be present in the large Wichita State booth on the showroom floor. Stop by and see how the Career Development Center can assist your business/organization with all your recruiting needs. For more information about ExpoSure visit http://wichitachamber.org/small_business-exposure-one.php.


Mountain Plains Museum Association Conference
September 29 – October 1, 2015

Wichita State University’s Career Development Center is excited to present two sessions at the Mountain Plains Museum Association Conference. For more information about the conference visit www.mpma.net.


Graduate School Fair
October 21, 2015 | 1:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. | RSC Beggs Ballroom

Graduate School Recruiters
The Graduate School Fair is an excellent opportunity to get up close and personal with our dynamic student population and engage with students who are primed to hear more about graduate school programs.

Registration will open July 20, 2015. Due to space limitations, this graduate fair will fill up. Recruiters are encouraged to register early! For questions contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Students
Meet and mingle with graduate schools from across the USA and learn more about their individual programs. Business casual dress is required. Appropriate business casual dress typically includes slacks or khakis, dress shirt or blouse, open-collar or polo shirt, optional tie or seasonal sport coat, a dress or skirt at knee-length or below, a tailored blazer, knit shirt or sweater, and loafers or dress shoes that cover all or most of the foot. This event is open to all WSU students; bring your WSU ID.

For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Majors Fair
October 27, 2015 | 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. | RSC 3rd Floor

Not sure about your major? Undecided and not sure where to start? Stop by the Majors Fair. Connect with representatives and advisors from majors across campus! Explore areas of interest, discover a major you never knew existed, and start the process of choosing the right major. Wichita State University offers more than 50 majors in six academic colleges. Stop by and start learning about what possibilities are waiting for you. For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


LAS Employer Symposium
November 12, 2015 | 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Hubbard Hall 208

Hear first-hand from WSU LAS Alumni about the exciting career opportunities that are available with a WSU Liberal Arts and Sciences degree. Business casual dress is required. Bring your WSU ID.

Appropriate business casual dress includes slacks or khakis, dress shirt or blouse, open-collar or polo shirt, optional tie or seasonal sport coat, a dress or skirt at knee-length or below, a tailored blazer, knit shirt or sweater, and loafers or dress shoes that cover all or most of the foot.

For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Education Career Fair
November 13, 2015 | 2 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Hughes Metropolitan Complex, Rm 180 - Door N

School District Employers
Recruit a highly qualified diverse teaching workforce at the Education Career Fair. More than 100 education majors will attend this event. At this career fair you can invite WSU students to interview with your school district at our Education Interview Day on February 29, 2016.

Registration will open September 8, 2015. Due to space limitations, this fair will fill up so register early! For questions contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Education Majors
Visit the fall 2015 Education Career Fair and learn more about school districts in the Wichita area and across the state. More than 25 school districts will be looking for teacher candidates to fill full-time teaching positions. This is an opportunity for students to meet representatives from a variety of districts and to learn more about district programs and enrollment.

Business professional dress is required. Business professional dress includes:  dress shirts, collared shirts or polo shirts, dress slacks or nice khaki pants, dress skirt, or suit with tie. (Students not dressed in professional attire will be turned away at the door. Unprofessional attire includes (but is not limited to):  jeans, sweats, flip-flops, leggings worn as pants, pajamas, athletic apparel, t-shirts, ripped clothing, sunglass, “clubbing attire” or shorts.)

Bring copies of your resume and your WSU ID. For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


All University Career Fair (TENTATIVE)
February 17 – 18, 2016 | Time TBA | Koch Arena

Employers
Are you looking to hire fresh talent that is highly educated, has professional experience, and a cutting-edge skill set? Recruit, retain, and reward the best talent at the All-University Career Fair. You will have the opportunity to speak with WSU’s students for cooperative education, internship, part-time, and full-time positions.

In return for your attendance, you will receive:

  • The opportunity to meet and interact with current WSU students
  • Advertising regarding your attendance sent to current WSU students and on the Career Development Center’s website in the weeks prior to the event
  • A table to distribute information about your company (you will need to provide your own tablecloth)
  • An employer break room with snacks and the chance to briefly relax

Registration will open October 12, 2015, register early to insure your space! For questions contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Students
WSU students have an exciting opportunity to connect with employers who are looking to hire interns, co-op positions, part-time and full-time employees.

Business professional dress is required. Business professional dress includes:  dress shirts, collared shirts or polo shirts, dress slacks or nice khaki pants, dress skirt, or suit with tie. (Students not dressed in professional attire will be turned away at the door. Unprofessional attire includes (but is not limited to):  jeans, sweats, flip-flops, leggings worn as pants, pajamas, athletic apparel, t-shirts, ripped clothing, sunglass, “clubbing attire” or shorts.)

Bring copies of your resume and your WSU ID. For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Dine | Dress | Interview
February 24 – 25, 2016 | 5:30 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Wichita Country Club

WSU students choose one of two nights to attend our most popular event Dine | Dress | Interview on Wednesday, February 24, 2015 or Thursday, February 25, 2016 from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. at the Wichita Country Club.

  • At this dining and etiquette seminar you will enjoy:
  • A delicious four-course meal provided by the Wichita Country Club,
  • Dining Etiquette Training
  • Job Interview Etiquette
  • Professional Dress Fashion Show
  • The chance to win amazing door prizes such as a complete suit, watches, ties, jewelry and accessories, gift cards, and more!

Business professional dress is required. Business professional dress includes:  dress shirts, collared shirts or polo shirts, dress slacks or nice khaki pants, dress skirt, or suit with tie. (Students not dressed in professional attire will be turned away at the door. Unprofessional attire includes (but is not limited to):  jeans, sweats, flip-flops, leggings worn as pants, pajamas, athletic apparel, t-shirts, ripped clothing, sunglass, “clubbing attire” or shorts.)

This event is supported by student fees and is for currently enrolled WSU students only. Registration information will be provided in December 2015.


Education Interview Day
February 29, 2016 | 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Hughes Metropolitan Complex, Rm 180 - Door N

School District Employers
At Wichita State University we have new teaching talent available that no other University has. With strong educational knowledge, our faculty educate quality teaching professionals. Through our one-of-a-kind cooperative education program, our teaching candidates often have 2-to-3 years of classroom instruction and management experience before they graduate. Interview the best at our Education Interview Day. Registration will open November 16, 2015. For questions contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Education Students
WSU students have an exciting opportunity to connect with employers who are looking to hire full-time employees.

Business professional dress is required. Business professional dress includes:  dress shirts, collared shirts or polo shirts, dress slacks or nice khaki pants, dress skirt, or suit with tie. (Students not dressed in professional attire will be turned away at the door. Unprofessional attire includes (but is not limited to):  jeans, sweats, flip-flops, leggings worn as pants, pajamas, athletic apparel, t-shirts, ripped clothing, sunglass, “clubbing attire” or shorts.)

Bring copies of your resume and your WSU ID. For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Health Professions Career Fair
March 4, 2016 | 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. | RSC 2nd Floor

Health Professions Employers
The College of Health Professions students have been trained on cutting-edge equipment and labs, giving students real-world learning opportunities from top-notch faculty instructors. At the Health Professions Career Fair gain access to exceptional candidates studying Advanced Education in General Dentistry, Dental Hygiene, Nursing, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Medical Laboratory Sciences, Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, and Public Health Sciences. Registration will open December 7, 2015. Spaces for the career fair are limited; sign-up early! For questions contact Lori Godderz, (316) 978-6568, lori.godderz@wichita.edu.

WSU Health Profession Students
WSU students have an exciting opportunity to connect with employers who are looking to hire full-time employees.

Business professional dress is required. Business professional dress includes:  dress shirts, collared shirts or polo shirts, dress slacks or nice khaki pants, dress skirt, or suit with tie. (Students not dressed in professional attire will be turned away at the door. Unprofessional attire includes (but is not limited to):  jeans, sweats, flip-flops, leggings worn as pants, pajamas, athletic apparel, t-shirts, ripped clothing, sunglass, “clubbing attire” or shorts.)

Bring copies of your resume and your WSU ID. For questions or more information, contact the Career Development Center at (316) 978-3688, careerdevelopment@wichita.edu, or stop by and see us in Brennan III.


Employer/Faculty Appreciation Breakfast
April 21, 2015 | 7:30 a.m. – 8:45 a.m. | RSC Beggs Ballroom

Wichita State University’s Career Development Center cordially invites employers and faculty that work with our Center to the Employer/Faculty Appreciation Breakfast. Formal invitation to follow in March 2016.