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Photo gallery Students explore their futures at career fair

September 21, 2022

Students from schools and departments all over campus went to the Fall Career & Internship Fair on Sept. 19-20 at the Gordon Dining & Event Center, to explore possible futures. The fair was open to UW–Madison students and recent alumni of all majors to connect with a wide range of employers to find full-time jobs and internships.  The job fair schedule also includes the Public Service Fair, the Virtual Technology, Data & Analytics Career Fair, the new Equity & Inclusion Career & Internship Fair, the Risk & Insurance Fair and a virtual fair.

A student shakes the hand of a recruiter.

Students got a chance to meet employers and discuss jobs. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

Satvik Shukla, a graduate student, explores job options with a recruiter.

Satvik Shukla, a graduate student, explores job options with a recruiter. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

Sophomore Maddie Kelley discusses opportunities.

Sophomore Maddie Kelley discusses opportunities. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

Senior May Jagodzinski talks to a recruiter.

Senior May Jagodzinski talks to a recruiter. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

The fair was open to all enrolled UW-Madison students, plus recent alumni who graduated within the past two years.

The fair was open to all enrolled UW-Madison students, plus recent alumni who graduated within the past two years. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

Sophomore Ryan Drew gets some advice from a recruiter.

Sophomore Ryan Drew gets some advice from a recruiter. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

Francesca Sloane, a first-year undergraduate, listens to insight into job opportunities.

Francesca Sloane, a first-year undergraduate, listens to insight into job opportunities. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

Senior Maima Syakhroza talks to a recruiter from Analog Devices.

Senior Maima Syakhroza talks to a recruiter from Analog Devices. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

A Peace Corps recruiter explains options to senior John Allison.

A Peace Corps recruiter explains options to senior John Allison. Photo by Taylor Wolfram

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