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Events and Workshops

Explore career opportunities in a variety of industries, connect with local and national employers, and chart your path to success at one of our many career events. All events are open to FSU students, alumni, and community members, unless stated otherwise.


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Career Fairs

Part-Time Job Fair

january 13, 2022

Local and on-campus employers are looking to hire you as part-time employees in this bi-annual fair.

STEM CAREER & Internship FAIR (in-person & virtual)

january 25, 2022 & february 2, 2022

Looking for a position in the engineering, computer science, or technical fields? This fair is for you! Network with employers and explore opportunities in these industries.

Seminole FUTURES ALL MAJORS CAREER & INTERNSHIP FAIR (in-person & virtual)

january 27, 2022 & february 3, 2022

This all-majors career fair brings over 150 organizations on campus looking to hire Seminoles for full-time jobs and internships.

Graduate & Professional School Fair

October tba

Learn the admissions process and application requirements from over 70 graduate programs in health, business, science, humanities, and more!

Graduate & Professional School Fair - FSU Departments Only 

october tba

Learn the admissions process and application requirements for FSU graduate programs in health, business, science, humanities, and more!

Law School Fair

October tba

Learn the admissions process and application requirements from over 70 law programs from across the country!

Government & Social Services Career Fair (in-person)

March 24, 2022

Interested in a position with the government or in the public service field? This career fair is for you!

Health Professions Career Fair (in-person)

February 23, 2022

Speak with representatives from healthcare organizations and agencies.

Education & Library Career Fair (virtual)

April 6, 2022

Explore internship and full-time opportunities with education and library organizations. The event includes workshops, an employer panel, and networking.

Statewide Job Fair

spring tba

Meet with employers from all disciplines at this annual fair. Students and alumni from each of Florida’s state universities are invited to attend.

SEC & ACC Virtual Career Fair

APRIL 6, 2022

Connect with employers online in this unique career fair! This event is free for students and alumni across all majors and degrees to attend.

Additional Events

All Majors Resume Café (In-Person & Virtual)

january 19 & 20, 2022

Students from all majors can connect with employers to receive resume and career advice!

STEM resume cafe (In-person)

january 18, 2022

Students from the STEM majors can connect with employers to receive resume and career advice!


Student Workshop Presentations

Start your major and career decision-making journey or jumpstart your job and internship search! Wherever you are in the career development process, we have workshops for you.

For a complete list, login to NoleNetwork and view "Events"

Internship Fund Information Sessions

The Internship Fund aims to reduce financial barriers and support students in pursuit of a wide variety of experiential opportunities. These information sessions will cover the Internship Fund application process, review tips on submitting a compelling application, and answer questions. View dates and deadlines.

FSUshadow Information Sessions

FSUshadow connects students with employers, community partners, alumni and friends of the university for one-day shadowing experiences to provide career exposure in a wide variety of fields and industries. Students who attend this information session will learn the steps to apply for FSUshadow, key dates and deadlines, and tips for a successful shadowing experience. View dates and deadlines.

Career Center Ambassador and Mock Interview Mentor Information Sessions

The Career Center offers opportunities for students to connect campus involvement with career preparation by serving as a Career Center Ambassador or Mock Interview Mentor. These programs aim to enrich your experience and encourage you to develop your skills and talents. Both of these programs allow will allow you to network, learn, and gain real life experience with possible future employers. For more information, attend the informational meetings scheduled below:

Graduate Student Workshops

Visit The Graduate School for a comprehensive listing of Professional Development Workshops.

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