• Veterans Networking Night

Veterans Networking Night

In Tallahassee for Engineering Day or Seminole Futures? Speak with FSU's student Veterans and student leaders about your full-time and internship opportunities at this networking event. This is an exclusive opportunity for employers attending Engineering Day or Seminole Futures to connect with students who have demonstrated leadership skills through their service to our country and campus.



september 26, 2018
FSU Alumni Center Grand Ballroom
4 - 5:30 PM



3 p.m. – 4 p.m. Event set-up
4 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. Event open to students

Registration Information

Registration is $100 and is only open to employers participating in Seminole Futures or Engineering Day.

Registration includes:

  • 2 representatives
  • Online promotion of organization

Payment Options

We accept payment by check or credit card (MasterCard, Visa, or American Express).

Credit card payments can be made once the registration is approved and you receive an invoice via email. You process a credit card payment:
• Review your invoice that will be sent via email
• Click the link View Event
• Click Pay Now
• Enter in your credit card details and click Pay Amount

Credit card disputes leading to chargeback will incur a $15 fee. All credit card payments are processed by Handshake.

Make checks payable to "Florida State University" (Federal Tax ID No. 591961248). Please mail your check and copy of your invoice to:

FSU Career Center
Dunlap Success Center
Attention: Career Fair Payments Office
PO Box 3064162
Tallahassee, FL 32306-4162

Cancellation, No-Show and Refund Policy

Any cancellations and/or refund requests must be submitted in writing no later than September 7, 20178

Registered organizations who fail to show up at the event will still be charged for the event. Career fair "no-shows" are not entitled to transfers or refunds at any time. No-shows forfeit their entire registration fee and materials and are not eligible to roll the registration package over to another event. Outstanding bills from previous events will prevent employers from participating in future career fairs.



Megan Hollis


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