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2020 Education Career Fair

October 21, 2020 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM

Do you have a passion for teaching, public service, or helping others? If so, come visit the Education Career Fair! At this event, school districts from all across Kansas, Missouri, and other states will be looking to meet and recruit KU students who are searching for a career in K-12 education. If you are planning on graduating this year, this is a great chance to begin to line up that job for after graduation. If you're not graduating or maybe you're not sure about what you want to do after graduating, don't worry! These organizations want to talk to you no matter what year or major you are. Come meet these employers and learn about the skills and traits they are looking for in future employees. 

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Virtual Event

Due to COVID-19, the event will be held virtually this year.  To view more information about virtual events and sign up to meet virtually with individual employers, click here.  Then select the event from the list.

If you require a reasonable accommodation or have issues accessing technology, please contact Marshall Miller at marshall.miller@ku.edu within one week of the event.

Before the Event
  1. Head to Career Fair Plus
  2. Click on log-in and sign-up
  3. Create your profile and upload your resume (optional)
  4. Find your desired employer in the list and reserve a spot to see them.
  5. Check out these virtual interviewing tips.
Day of the Event
  1. Check your technology (internet connectivity, camera, and microphone.
  2. Show up at your appointed time and Skip The Line!
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