Career Fairs

Twice a year, in September and February, LAS Career Services co-hosts two career fairs held on the same day:

Numerous career fairs are held on Iowa State University’s campus each year. All students, alumni, and job seekers are welcome to attend. For a complete list of upcoming career fairs, click here. Students and alumni can view employers attending on CyHire.

 

Career Fair Attendees:

Students: Planning to attend a career fair? Review our career fair tips and career fair FAQs and research attending organizations in CyHire.

Employers: View our guide to College of Liberal Arts & Sciences majors

Graduate school resources: Review our sample questions to ask graduate or professional schools at the People to People Career Fair.

CyHire disclaimer: CyHire is a resource provided to help ISU students and alumni seeking internships, co-ops, and career-related employment connect with employers. The University does not endorse or recommend employers. The University explicitly makes no representations or guarantees about job listings or the accuracy of the information provided by the employer.

Spring 2020 fairs:

Employer registration for career fairs is available through CyHire. No student registration is required.

Engineering

Date: Tuesday, February 11, 2020
Contact: ecs@iastate.edu
Career fair information

People to People

Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Contact: lascs@iastate.edu
Career fair information

Business, Industry & Technology

Date: Wednesday, February 12, 2020
Contact:   lascs@iastate.edu
Career fair information

Design

Date: Thursday, February 20, 2020
Contact: Tiffany Atilano

Dress code for career fairs:

In order to maintain the professionalism of these events and make the most positive impression, the following attire is strongly encouraged for all attendees. Business professional or business casual dress is appropriate and includes business suits, slacks, dress shirts, ties, blouses, polos, khakis, and knee length or longer skirts.

Jeans, shorts, sweatshirts, or t-shirts should not be worn. Attendees wearing these items or any other non-professional attire determined by the event staff may be asked to leave the event and return in more appropriate attire.

Resource: Area stores that sell slightly used, affordable, professional clothes.