Job Fairs and Events

Watch for deadlines. Register early.

The Career Resource Center (CRC) organizes various types of career events throughout the year including workshops, national speakers, employer information sessions, alumni sessions and career fairs. Look for specific dates and times, and register through BizLink - Events.

Prepare for the Fair

Upcoming Events

Following are descriptions of some of the most prominent recruiting events that UB students are eligible to attend. Read the descriptions carefully to determine your eligibility in terms of degree required, country work authorizations, etc.

You may register for most of the events free on the Web; however, you will be responsible for any necessary travel arrangements. Many events require you to register up to six months or more ahead of time, so observe the deadlines and register early.

Alumni Advice

Video: Brandon Glasgow, MBA '18 shares his experience on preparing for and attending a national career fair

  • School of Management Club Fair Recommended
    • February 2
    • 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
    • Center for the Arts, UB North Campus
    • Stop by and chat with members of more than 20 School of Management recognized student organizations and decide which will be the right for you! Get involved! Join a School of Management Student Club:
      • Develop your network
      • Build skills and develop professionally
      • Meet various industry leaders
      • Build your résumé
      • Enjoy your time in the School of Management
  • Consulate General of Canada- Visas, Employment, and More
    • February 7, 5-6 p.m. 
    • 102 Alfiero, UB North Campus
    • Join the presentation to discuss the process of becoming a Canadian via the Express Entry program as well as opportunities to work in Canada.
    • International and U.S. American citizen students in any discipline are welcome. Representatives from the Immigration section of the Consulate General of Canada will be presenting on a wide range of topics.
  • Networking Like a Rockstar Recommended
    • February 10, 9:30 a.m. 
    • Virtual
    • The CRC is proud to bring you “Network Like a Rockstar” with professional speaker, trainer, coach and author of 7 books, Jaymin Patel. Build confidence, understand what recruiters want, clearly articulate goals, develop lasting relationships and understand what it means to be a “rockstar” networker. Networking is the #1 skill needed in today's job market. Jaymin's book "Networking Like a Rockstar" is the ultimate guide to helping you stand out from the crowd and land your dream job. Put simply, it is a practical and actionable approach to creating meaningful and lasting personal relationships in professional settings.
    • RSVP in BizLink | Events
    • Organized by the Career Resource Center  
  • Coffee Cup Conversations Recommended
    • Wednesdays, 12 - 1 p.m.
    • February 15 and 22
    • Noon – 1 PM
    • Virtual format via Zoom (details in BizLink)
    • Our Coffee Cup Conversation series is an interactive program that features guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds who will share their expertise on a range of topics, including exploring management career paths, tips and strategies for success in the workplace, and how to find the right fit and land the ideal internship or job. Do not miss this opportunity to meet and network with business professionals and fellow upper-level business students. 
    • Coffee Cup Conversations is open to all undergraduate School of Management students
    • RSVP in BizLink | Events
    • Sponsored by the UB School of Management Alumni Association
    • Organized by the Career Resource Center
  • Your Passport to Employment - Tips and Strategies from International UB Management Alumni
    • February 17, 12-1 p.m. 
    • Virtual
    • Navigating the job search and office culture is challenging for all students especially international students new to the American system. But your School of Management alumni are here to help! They will discuss how to conduct a successful job search, how to adapt to an American workplace, what surprised them about their current work environment, and more. The panel will host alumni from MBA, MS and undergraduate School of Management programs.
    • Register in BizLink | Events
    • Organized by the Career Resource Center
  • Living and Working in Toronto Alumni Panel
    • February 20, 3:30–4:30 p.m.
    • Virtual
    • Join a panel of four UB School of Management alumni who are now living and working in Toronto! Ask them questions such as how they landed their job, what the culture is like in Toronto, and how they live there (cost of living, finding a place to live, things to do, etc.).
      • Bhagyashree Kadam, MIS '13, Manager, Business Analysis, PwC
      • Saurabh Kekatpure, MBA '11, Senior Manager, Technology Risk, TD 
      • Sneha Praveen, MIS '14, Product Manager, Ceridian
      • Rich Van, MBA '21, Continuous Improvement Coordinator, Aecon Group Inc.
    • Register in BizLink | Events
    • Organized by the Career Resource Center
  • European Career Fair
    • February 25
    • The MIT European Career Fair (ECF) is an annual recruiting event, organized by the MIT European Club and usually takes place at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in Cambridge, MA. Our mission is to connect top-tier US students and young professionals with European companies, universities and non-profit organizations and to generally inform about career opportunities in Europe.
    • This career fair is the largest of its kind in the United States, with around 100 attending organizations and 2500 registered candidates. Our candidates are students, working professionals and recent alumni from renowned American universities. Our participating employers are diverse, ranging from multinational corporations to non-profit organizations in the research, technology, business and consulting sectors.
    • To be preselected for interviews, submit your résumé at
    • Hosted by the European Club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology