Business Career Fair

Sponsored by: Career Services Center and
the College of Business and Economics

November 2, 2017
Viking Union Multipurpose Room
1:00 - 5:00 p.m.

Business Career Fair

Please join us for Western Washington University's annual Business Career Fair. This Career Fair is brought to you by the Career Services Center and the College of Business and Economics. The fair is open to all students who would like to pursue career and internship opportunities in business.

As a participating employer you will:

  • Meet hundreds of highly motivated candidates for career and internship positions
  • Fill your talent pipeline with resumes from qualified students and soon-to-be graduates
  • Increase on-campus awareness of your organization through participation and promotion
  • Expand your recruiting network by connecting with students, staff, faculty and representatives from other companies
  • Have the opportunity to meet officers and members of WWU Student Business Clubs such as:
    • Accounting Society
    • Alpha Kappa Psi
    • American Production Inventory Control Society (APICS)
    • Beta Alpha Psi
    • Collegiate DECA
    • Economics Association
    • Financial Management Association
    • International Business
    • MBA Association
    • Management Information Systems Association
    • Net Impact
    • Northwest Human Resource Management Association (NHRMA)
    • Professional Women's Association
    • Student Marketing Association

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Driving Directions/Parking

Updated information will be posted soon.

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Registration and Amenities

Your $350 Career Fair Registration Fee Includes:

  • 3 x 6 table at the event
  • Wi-Fi
  • Electricity*
  • 1 vehicle parking permit (additional parking can be purchased on site)
  • Hospitality service (coffee, tea, water)
  • 2 lunches
  • Promotion of your company/positions prior to the event
  • Interview rooms following the fair as needed

*Please request electricity upon registration, as there are a limited number of outlets available. Electrical outlets will be assigned on a first-come, first-served basis.

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Your company or organization will be included in our pre-event publicity including an online list of employers attending (with website links) and a directory of employers provided to students attending the fair. Career Services will contact students, staff and faculty prior to the event to let them know which employers are participating, what positions they have posted in Viking CareerLink, and whether or not they plan to conduct on-campus interviews following the fair. You will also have an opportunity to place an ad in the career fair section of the Western Front student newspaper if you wish. To further promote your company, you may also donate one or more items for a door prize.

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For information about lodging, please contact Career Services at (360) 650-3240 or visit

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How to Register

We suggest you register early as space is limited. Pre-registration is required for this event and will be available through Viking CareerLink, our online job posting and employer database.

In addition to providing easy event registration, this system also allows you to post job and internship opportunities as they become available. As you plan ahead to attend the career fair, please include posting your open positions as part of that process. Students will be researching career options prior to meeting you and will be eager to learn about internship and employment opportunities within your organization.

For more information, please contact the Career Services Center.

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Event Confirmation

A registration confirmation email from Viking CareerLink (Symplicity) should arrive within two days of your completed registration.

If you do not receive email confirmation notification, you may not be registered for the career fair. Please contact our office at 360.650.3240.

You will receive additional information from Career Services regarding attendance and logistics closer to the event.

The Career Services Center may need to be selective when determining which employers are to be represented at special events such as job fairs. Decisions will be made in a fair and equitable manner after considering factors such as space availability, student interest in employer/industry, industry balance, and employer position within the industry.

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Page Updated 11.22.2017