Virtual Spring Semester Career Fair and Week 2021

Author: Marcella Mullaney

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The Meruelo Family Center for Career Development’s Virtual Spring Semester Career Fair and Week 2021


The Meruelo Family Center for Career Development is hosting their virtual Spring Semester Career Fair Week, Monday, Feb. 15 through Wednesday, Feb. 17. with the Spring Semester Career Fair on Tuesday, Feb. 16. Undergraduate and graduate Notre Dame students are welcome to participate.

Similar to the Fall Career Fair Week, the CCD has committed to provide as many opportunities as possible for students from all colleges and majors to connect with employers in meaningful ways. The Spring Semester Career Fair Week includes 6 events covering a variety of topics. Events for the Spring Semester Career Fair Week include:

For specific details, please visit the Center for Career Development’s centralized career fair website, Careerfair.nd.edu.

Although the actual Spring Semester Career Fair is different from the traditional format due to the coronavirus pandemic, the virtual event is still a great opportunity for students to explore several industries, learn about potential job and internship opportunities, and network with employers and Notre Dame alumni recruiting for their companies.

The Spring Semester Career Fair will be conducted on Notre Dame’s online career platform, Handshake. Since the virtual Fall Career Fair, the platform has made several notable updates to enhance the Career Fair experience for students, including: ability to follow employers and receive alerts when interview schedules are ready, capability for screen sharing in 1:1 sessions with recruiters, session availability filters, and more.

To help students test out and get comfortable with the interface of the Handshake Career Fair platform, CCD staff will be hosting a virtual mock fair on Friday, Feb. 12, 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Preparation workshops and resume reviews will also be offered prior to the fair - more information to come.


If you need further information or have questions, please email Marci Mullaney at mmullan4@nd.edu.