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SIUE Career Fairs

October Career Fair

October 1st - College of Arts and Science and School of Business
October 2nd - School of Engineering
Both Days
10:00 am - 2:00 pm
MUC Meridian Ballroom

Health Careers Fair

November 17, 2014
3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
MUC 2nd Floor Conference Center

Please contact Meagan Arnold at 618-650-5656 for more information.

Please note: SIUE fairs are not open to the public and are intended for students and alumni of SIUE and its partner schools only.

Other Career Fairs & Events

Note: The career fairs and events listed below are not SIUE career fairs or events. This information is provided for information purposes only. The listing of an event does not indicate sponsorship or endorsement of the event by SIUE nor responsibility for any admission fees charged or information that may change regarding these events.

St. Charles Community College Job Fair

Your Bridge to Tomorrow

Friday, May 2, 2014
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
College Center

For more information, contact Martha Toebben at or 636-922-8243.
Click here to view the flyer.

Lee County Public Schools

2014 Teacher Recruitment Fair

May 12 and 13, 2014
Lee County Public Educaiton Center

Admission to the Teacher Recruitment Fair will be by INVITATION ONLY.

The School District is seeking individuals certified in:

  • elementary education (Prekindergarten/Primary PreK-3 & Elementary K-6);

  • gifted education (Gifted Endorsement);

  • mathematics (Mathematics 6-12 & Middle Grades Math 5-9);

  • the sciences (Biology 6-12, Chemistry 6-12, Earth-Space Science 6-12, Physic 6-12, & Middle Grade General Science 5-9);

  • Reading, and;

  • Exceptional Student Education (including Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, & Speech-Language Pathologists)

Visit for more inofrmation.

What’s Next? Job Search Strategies for Graduating Seniors

Target Audience: Graduating seniors who will be looking for a professional full-time job after graduation.

Who Should Attend: Seniors who have pushed off their job search until after graduation, those who have been unsuccessful to date in on-campus interviewing, or those undecided about grad school.

Cost: Free

Topics Outline:

  • Identifying transferrable skills and career interests: Where you fit in the workplace
  • Demographic trends: How an aging workforce can impact your job search
  • Where the jobs Are: Comparing Large vs. Small/Medium Employers
  • Target industries: Examples of industries that are hiring
  • 5 Entry-level career opportunities that you don’t know about: Some examples to get you started
  • The importance of personal networking and useful tips

When: We are offering 3 sessions:

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 @ 11 AM Central Daylight Time

Wednesday, April 23, 2014 @ 2PM Central Daylight Time

Thursday, April 23, 2014 @ 3PM Central Daylight Tim

Registration: Pre-registration is required in order to reserve your spot (click the link for the session above) – if you are unable to attend at the scheduled time, please register and information on how to view a recorded version of the webinar will be sent at the conclusion of the presentation.

Technology: Access is available from a computer, tablet, or mobile device.

Webinar Recording: The webinar may be replayed on our website within 24 hours of the live presentation.

Questions: Email any questions to or call 612-339-5332 Ext. 20

Feedback: Email to tell us how you like the webinar!