Scroll below to view Spring 2021 Virtual Career Fairs for all majors at UW-Madison. Please check back for updates as more fairs are added and registration information becomes available.
Communications, Business, & Customer Relations Fair
for All Majors
February 10 & 11, 2021 / 3pm – 7pm
Supports internships and full-time placement for roles involving customer interface, human resources, sales, business development, consulting, digital services, retail/merchandising, and advertising across multiple industries.
Presented by SuccessWorks at the College of Letters and Science, the Wisconsin School of Business, and the School of Human Ecology
Public Service Fair
February 15, 2021 / 3pm – 7pm
Supports local, state and federal non-profits/government organizations engaged in social impact and public service. Open to orgs seeking volunteers, interns, and full-time placements.
Presented by the Morgridge Center for Public Service, the School of Human Ecology, and SuccessWorks at the College of Letters & Science
Computer Sciences, Data & Analytics Career Fair
February 16, 2021 / 3pm – 7pm
Supports internships and full-time placement for roles including computer sciences, data sciences, analytics, IT, software development, quantitative research and more across a wide range of industries.
Presented by SuccessWorks at the College of Letters and Science and the Department of Computer Sciences
Science, Health & Research Fair
February 25, 2021 / 4pm – 7pm
Registration for all Virtual Career Fairs is currently open. Registration will remain open until each event is full, or two weeks before date of the fair. Please note attendance for most of our virtual fairs will not exceed 75 companies per fair. Signing up early is highly encouraged.
A Handshake account is required for all Fairs. Start here to login or create an account.
Other Recruitment Opportunities
Virtual Career Fairs are built to connect employers with students looking for internships and full-time degree-seeking job opportunities. Those wishing to promote part-time positions or on-campus student employment are encouraged to post to the Student Job Center.
Only recruiting Engineering students? You may consider attending the College of Engineering Career Fairs.