Career fairs can be overwhelming, to say the least. In many cases, you'll be vying against scores of other students for the attention of company representatives. The following infographic provides strategies that will help you stand out to employers and make them want to move you along in the hiring process.
Students on campus are surrounded by many events and opportunities to find employment through internships and/or full time jobs. These fall into the category of the "physical" job search, which includes events and contacts that you can physically engage with to find an opportunity.
On November 3rd, Firsthand will be hosting its second annual Diversity & Inclusion in Internships Virtual Career Fair. Those who attend will gain exclusive insider access to top internships and employers, including the opportunity to engage with representatives from a number of employers.
You’ve spent three years in law school—and perhaps some time practicing law—and realize now that the idea of spending time in a courtroom, reviewing contracts, poring over financial statements, taking depositions, dealing with clients, going toe-to-toe with opposing counsel, or keeping track of billable hours turns your stomach. And this isn’t merely a passing phase, but a certainty—you do not want to practice law.