California State University, Northridge
Fall Internship & Career Fair
Tuesday, October 24, 2017
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
It is our pleasure to invite your company to participate in this exciting opportunity to network and recruit CSUN Students and Alumni. Please join us to share information about your company and opportunities with CSUN students. This event is our largest event of the semester and is for all majors and class levels. Employers will be networking and offering full-time and part-time positions to CSUN students and alumni. The registration fee, $475 and $300 government/non-profit, is for two people and will include morning refreshments, parking, one 6 foot table with table cloth and an online company profile.
California State University, Northridge offers a variety of programs leading to bachelor’s degrees in 61 fields, master’s degrees in 42 fields, and a doctoral degree in educational leadership.
Our University is made up of eight distinct colleges, including:
• Mike Curb College of Arts, Media & Communication
• David Nazarian College of Business & Economics
• Michael D. Eisner College of Education
• College of Engineering & Computer Science
• College of Health & Human Development
• College of Humanities
• College of Science & Mathematics
• College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Upon confirmation of your registration, you will receive an invoice by email. We will send you additional information and your parking pass one week prior to the event.
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