All semester, the CEIR team has been planning a virtual internship and career fair for CUAA students. Now, it's here!
On Wednesday, March 24, from 11 a.m.—4 p.m. ET, Concordia University Ann Arbor students are invited to a virtual internship and career fair featuring presences from nearly 30 businesses and organizations.
Here are three reasons why you should register for it (right now!)
1. When it comes to finding a job or internship, this is as convenient as it gets.
Available through CUAA’s job and internship search platform, Handshake, the virtual career fair is not only conveniently located (wherever YOU are), you’re also able to make your own schedule within the event. Students can register for as many individual or group sessions as they please (while spots remain!) between the 11 a.m.—4 p.m. ET timeframe.
2. You have everything you need to be prepared.
Throughout the semester, Career Engagement and Industry Relations (CEIR) has hosted a series of Take 20’s, 20-minute info sessions, tailored to your preparation of this virtual college fair.
Did you miss them? No problem. Click the below links to review the topic areas.
- Take 20: Handshake with Peterson Morrison (’21)
- Take 20: Writing Your Elevator Pitch with Luke Konkel (’21) and Jonathan Detwiler (’19)
- Take 20: Virtual Etiquette with Dr. Joey-Lynn Bialkowski-Peterson
Still have questions? Swing by the Career Engagement Studio in the Student Services Building and ask your virtual career fair questions or email Alisha.Anderson@cuaa.edu.
3. This is why you’re here.
Concordia’s mission is to develop students in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and the world. Your time here is is preparing for your time AFTER here. This is a tangible way to prepare for that step as you live the life God is calling you to live.
- Go to cuwaa.joinhandshake.com
- Select Events and search “CUAA Virtual Internship & Career Fair 2021”
- Click Register!
- Sign-up for individual or group sessions with employers
Participating businesses and organizations
Camp of Champions USA (COCUSA)
Hospital Sisters Health System
BrightStar West Bend
Wellbridge Group and Nexcare Health Systems
JCC Day Camps of Metro Detroit
Phantom Ranch Bible Camp
Homewatch Caregivers of Ann Arbor
First English Evangelical Lutheran Church
National Heritage Academies
Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee
International Student Ministry, Inc.
Mission of Christ Network
Luther Park Bible Camp
Michigan Medicine, University of Michigan – Nurse and Physician Assistant Recruitment
Riverwest Food Pantry
Kaya Responsible Travel
Digital Summer Clinic
Thrive Ministry Leadership Residency
Learn more about Career Engagement and Industry Relations at CUAA.
— Rachel (Ferry) Thoms is manager of campus communications for Concordia University Ann Arbor. She may be reached at email@example.com or 734-995-7403.
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