Winter Career Fair & Spring expoSItion
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Michigan League Ballroom
10:00-11:30 am - Student passion pitch session "Elevate Your Passion!" View a student pitch from the 2016 session here.
12:00-4:00 pm - Career Fair
The UMSI Career Fair is a great way to connect with talented School of Information undergraduate and graduate student population. Attend the UMSI Career Fair to:
- Enhance your campus presence
- Highlight your organization by handing out literature and collect resumes
- Meet and engage with hundreds of enthusiastic students looking for internships and full-time jobs
- Become inspired and find your next top talent by hearing students share their passion "pitch"
Select participating employers from the 2016 Career Fair included:
- MSU Libraries
- Duo Security
- Lutron Electronics
- EMU Libraries
- Athena Health
- JOOL Health
- Venture for America
- IBM Design
- Deloitte Digital
- Quicken Loans
- NITS Solutions
Registration details (Registration will be open soon)
- Registration Fee: $300 for up to 4 representatives
- Non-profit Organization Registration Fee: $75 up to 4 representatives
- Payment Options: Check or credit card payments accepted
The UMSI Career Development Office will validate parking for Palmer parking structure.
On-campus hotels offer the best parking option. All are within easy walking distance of the Michigan League (the event site). See the Accommodations List for details.
University of Michigan School of Information
777 North University, Room 200
Ann Arbor, MI 48104
Monday, March 27, 2017
Michigan League Ballroom
expoSItion is an event designed to meet and learn about UMSI student innovations and skills! This annual showcase allows UMSI students to exhibit projects to employers, peers, prospective students, faculty and the University of Michigan community. Student projects are diverse, cutting edge, and focus on solving real-world information problems.
Employers attend the exposition to see students' skills in action and to aid in their recruitment efforts. As an attendee, you will be able to evaluate presentation skills of potential interns/employees, to build relationships with students, and to generate interest and awareness of their organizations. You will also be given resumes of every student expoSItion participant for continued recruitment efforts.
Some of the projects are developed for submission to the annual international student design competition at the Computer-Human Interaction (CHI) Conference, as well as other national conferences such as the American Library Association (ALA), and the Society of American Archivists (SAA) and others.
Learn more about project winners from 2016.