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Career Center

Career Center careercenter@uidaho.edu
phone: 208-885-6121
fax: 208-885-2816
Idaho Commons, Room 334
875 Perimeter Dr. MS 2534
Moscow, ID 83844-2534


Career Fair Parking

A staff member will distribute parking passes to participating employers at Lot 18 on the North end of the Student Union Building.

Student with a Target representative at the Career Fair

Fair Info For Students & Alumni

  • When are the Career Fairs?

    Spring 2015 Career Fairs

    Career Fair (Open to all majors) Wednesday, February 4th, 2-6 pm
    Student Union Building, Second Floor

    Non-Profit & Graduate School Fair (Open to all majors) Wednesday, March 4th, 2-6 pm
    Student Union Building, Second Floor

    Teacher Fair (Open to education students & alumni) Saturday, April 25th, 1-4 pm
    Student Union Building, Vandal Ballroom-Second Floor

  • Where are the spring Career Fairs being held?

    All spring 2015 Career Fairs will be held on the second floor of the Student Union Building

  • Is transportation provided to the fairs?

    Transportation is not provided to the fair. However, there are a few lots on campus that you can pay-to-park if you do not have a parking permit.

  • Is parking available at the fair?
    Parking is available, but a parking permit is required on-campus. If you do not have a parking permit, you may pay-to-park at one of the lots on campus, or obtain a visitor's permit from Parking Services.
  • Do I need to register for the event?
    Students do not need to register prior to the fairs. When you arrive at the fair, you will check in with staff, and they will give you a name tag.After that, you can visit the career advising table if you want to get some last minute advice, then walk around to talk to employers. 
  • How do the interviews work?
    Some employers at the fairs will host interviews on-campus. Each company is in charge of their own interview schedule. If you’re interested in interviewing with a company at the fair talk to the recruiters participating in the fair, give them your resume and inquire about interview opportunities. Attending the fair does not guarantee an interview or employment offer.

    If you would like some interview tips, come to the Career Center and talk to a career adviser. We can even set up a mock interview to prepare you.
  • What should I bring to the fair?
    Bring yourself and several copies of your resume.
  • How long should I expect to stay at the fair?
    The amount of time you spend at the fair is dependent upon several factors. Plan on a minimum of one hour, but if you’re planning to make contact with many employers allow a bit more time.
  • How do I find out which companies are participating in the Career Fair?
    Login to Hire a Vandal, click on the Events tab and then on the fair that you are interested in.  A list of employers will pop up when you click on any fair link.
  • What should I wear to the Career Fair?
    Business professional attire is recommended for all students attending Career Fairs. Business casual attire should be worn at a minimum - no sweats, no denim.  

    Check out our Pinterest pinboards for professional attire suggestions.