Internships are one of the most important things on students “Before I Graduate” checklists and it’s not surprising.
Recently, experience has become harder to attain because experience now requires experience. In other words, to get experience, such as an internship, you need experience, such as experience from a previous internship.
The University held a recruiting event on Thursday, Sept. 8 get students involved and active in their career search and offer the opportunity to network with potential employers at The Biscayne Bay Campus.
The event was free to students and alumni but they needed to dress professional, have their Panther ID and “be able to submit one copy of their resume.”
University students will have the opportunity to meet nearly 150 employers looking to hire at the annual Career Fair.
The A&S fee pays for all student life related organizations, clubs, events, and buildings at FIU; it has stayed at $12.87 per credit hour since 2012-2013.
Parking garages at the Modesto Maidique Campus close for University career fair.
The Career Services office is hosting a series of events for students to improve their resumes on campus.
Internships can be beneficial for young professionals, but at a cost.
Fernando Figueredo, Miami-Dade County’s director of communications and external affairs, will return to FIU as the new director of Career Services.