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Job Fairs and Events

Watch for deadlines. Register early.

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.

Career Fair Workshop

Learn tips and strategies for making the most of any job fair, and how to stand out from the field.

August 2015

  • REGISTER FOR National Black MBA Association Conference and Exposition
    • Register early ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • September 22-26 
    • Orlando, Florida
    • Annual conference in September/October featuring two-day career fair where 100’s of major Fortune 500 firms network with and recruit top MBA candidates. Students are strongly advised to register during the "Early Bird" months of April and May, as room space is always limited
  • REGISTER FOR APICS National Conference
    • Register early. Space is limited
    • October 5-7 
    • Las Vegas, Nevada
    • The APICS annual conference is the premier learning event for supply chain and operations management professionals. Each year, the APICS conference offers relevant education, best practices and thought leadership to help attendees lead their organizations and reach their goals of achieving maximum productivity, meeting consumer demand and remaining agile amid instability and unpredictability. APICS 2015 will attract more than 2,000 supply chain professionals from over 40 countries — be where supply chain is going
    • Attend APICS 2015 to:
      • ADVANCE your knowledge with best practices to create more sustainable, resilient, strategic and value-driven supply chains.
      • ADVANCE your career by networking with professionals who are shaping the future of supply chain and operations management.
      • ADVANCE your company by learning solutions and taking back proven methods to your company.  
  • REGISTER FOR National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference and Career Expo
    • Register early (by August 7) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • October 8-10
    • Chicago, Illinois
    • The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during their annual conference in late September or early October. While the event targets Hispanics exclusively, participation is open to both members and non-members of the NSH. Also open to undergraduates 
  • REGISTER FOR National Association of Wormen MBAs Conference
    • Register early. Space is limited
    • October 15-17
    • Houston, Texas
    • Join hundreds of female MBA students, professionals and entrepreneurs to the Westin Galleria Houston for three days of networking and personal development through keynotes, speaker presentations, panel discussions and an on-site career fair with valued corporate sponsors. 
  • REGISTER FOR Asian MBA Leadership Conference and Career Expo
    • Register early (by August 15) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • October 16-17
    • New York, New York
    • Join the National Association of Asian MBAs, professionals and executives in the largest professional development, recruiting and networking event ever staged for the community. NAAMBA’s Leadership Conference will comprise of a comprehensive forum of events including presentations from acclaimed keynote speakers, expert panel discussions, workshops and networking sessions. NAAMBA’s career expo offers an unparalleled opportunity for leading companies to connect with the nation’s best Asian American talent 
  • On-Campus Jobs Fair
    • August 28, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
    • Student Union Lobby (first floor), UB North Campus
    • Hosted by UB Career Services

September 2015

  • WORKSHOP: Finding an On-Campus Job
    • September 3, 3:30-4:30 p.m.
    • 330 Student Union, UB North Campus
    • Both on-campus and off-campus positions available
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • WORKSHOP: Prepare for the National Conference Recommended
    • September 4, 2-3 p.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • September 9, 10-11 a.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • Attending National Black MBA, National Society of Hispanic MBA, Asian MBA or APICS Conferences and Career Fairs?  Preparation is the key
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
    • Hosted by the Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • WORKSHOP: The American Job Search: Special Topics for International Students
    • September 8, 3:30-4:30 p.m. 
    • 330 Student Union, UB North Campus
    • International students seeking a job in the U.S. after graduation have unique issues and concerns. This workshop will address these special topics and help you with your American job search. If you cannot attend this workshop, some information on this topic can also be found on the Diversity at Work Career Resources page.
    • Register online with Life and Learning Workshops
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • School of Management Club Fair  Recommended
    • September 9, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
    • Alfiero Center - first floor atrium, UB North Campus
    • Get involved. Consider becoming a student leader. Come meet the School of Management clubs, see which club(s) you should join and meet current members. Club involvement is a great résumé builder
  • WORKSHOP: MBA: Finding Your Focus
    • September 15, 3-5 p.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • September 16, 3-5 p.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • It is important you have a direction or focus throughout your MBA plan. If you are unsure of your concentration or the type of position you would like upon graduation then join this active workshop to help you move forward with finding your focus. Discuss and develop your action plan using MBA blueprint to help you decide the business focus for your MBA program, internship and job search.
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
    • Hosted by the Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • Meet the Professionals Night  Recommended
    • September 16, 2015,  6-9 p.m.
    • Center for Tomorrow, UB North Campus
    • This student-organized event brings together professionals from accounting and internal audit fields. Accounting students are strongly encouraged to attend.  The event is open to all students
    • Co-hosted by the student chapters of Beta Alpha Psi (National accounting fraternity) and the UB Accounting Association
    • Firms that typically attend include the big 4 (Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, PricewaterhouseCoopers) and Becker CPA, Bonadio Group, Brock Schechter & Polakoff, Chiampou Travis Besaw & Kershner, Bannible & McKee, DCAA - Defense Contract Audit Agency, Dopkins & Co., Eisner, FBI, Freed Maxick Battaglia, Friedman, Gaines Kriner Elliott, Lumsden & McCormick, M&T Bank, Marks Paneth & Shron, Robert Half International, Schunk Wilson & Company, Tax Technologies, and Tronconi Segarra & Associates. 
  • Career Passport Conference
    • September 12, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 
    • Student Union Theater, UB North Campus
    • Join us for this special event and learn about ways to engage with the School of Management. The conference will commence with an engaging keynote speaker Jon Vroman will discuss leading a fearless #FrontRowLife while at UB. Afterward, you make your way to a networking session with alumni and student leaders. The conference will conclude with a student engagement fair with information on student clubs, management volunteer program, internships and more. Business casual dress recommended
    • RSVP required via BizLink
  • WORKSHOP: MBA blueprint
    • September 22, 4-5 p.m. 320 Jacobs
    • September 23, 3-4 p.m. 320 Jacobs
    • MBA blueprint is a comprehensive career development program specifically tailored for UB MBA students.  Learn how to use this tool to your benefit! Pan, track and achieve career progress through four coexisting foundations of development: Personal Assessment, Career Market Research (the main focus of this workshop), Job Readiness and Conducting a Job or Internship search
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
    • Hosted by the Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • National Black MBA Association Conference and Exposition
    • Register early to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • September 22-26
    • Orlando, Florida
    • Annual conference in September/October featuring two-day career fair where 100’s of major Fortune 500 firms network with and recruit top MBA candidates. Students are strongly advised to register during the "Early Bird" months of April and May, as room space is always limited 
  • REGISTER FOR National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference and Career Expo
    • Register early for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • October 8-10
    • Chicago, Illinois
    • The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during their annual conference in late September or early October. While the event targets Hispanics exclusively, participation is open to both members and non-members of the NSH. Also open to undergraduates 
  • REGISTER FOR National Association of Wormen MBAs Conference
    • Register early. Space is limited
    • October 15-17
    • Houston, Texas
    • Join hundreds of female MBA students, professionals and entrepreneurs to the Westin Galleria Houston for three days of networking and personal development through keynotes, speaker presentations, panel discussions and an on-site career fair with valued corporate sponsors. 
  • REGISTER FOR  Asian MBA Leadership Conference and Career Expo  
    • Register early for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • October 16-17
    • New York, New York
    • Join the National Association of Asian MBAs, professionals and executives in the largest professional development, recruiting and networking event ever staged for the community. NAAMBA’s Leadership Conference will comprise of a comprehensive forum of events including presentations from acclaimed keynote speakers, expert panel discussions, workshops and networking sessions. NAAMBA’s career expo offers an unparalleled opportunity for leading companies to connect with the nation’s best Asian American talent 
  • Coffee Cup Conversations  Recommended
    • Thursdays, 5:30-7 p.m.
    • September 24
    • October 22
    • November 5
    • Alfiero Center, third-floor atrium, North Campus
    • This interactive monthly program invites guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds to come and share their expertise on topics, including exploring unique career path opportunities within the field of management, tips and strategies to succeeding in the workplace and how to find the right fit and land the ideal internship or job. Meet professionals who will share their expertise and experiences within the world of management. The program provides students with the ability to gain insight on different career paths available within a changing business arena, as well as, the opportunity to network with fellow upper-level business students, working professionals and UB alumni in the field.
    • Organized by the Career Resource Center (CRC)
    • Sponsored by the School of Management Alumni Association
  • WORKSHOP: International Student Job Search Strategies Recommended
    • September 18, 1-4 p.m.
    • 110 Jacobs Management Center
    • Experienced speaker from ISSS will present CPT (internship) and OPT (permanent) work authorization. Learn practical methods of identifying employers who petition for OPT. Discover ways to present yourself effectively with corporate recruiters and alumni. Learn from seasoned international students/alumni about their internship/job search experiences.
    • Hosted by the Career Resource Center (CRC) and International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
  • REGISTER FOR National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference and Career Expo
    • October 8-10
    • Chicago, Illinois
    • The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during their annual conference in late September or early October. While the event targets Hispanics exclusively, participation is open to both members and non-members of the NSH. Also open to undergraduates 
    • Register early to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
  • Greater Western New York Law School Fair
    • September 28, 1-3 p.m.
    • Buffalo Niagara Marriott, 1340 Millersport Hwy, Amherst, New York
    • Schools typically attending include more than 70 ABA Approved Law Schools from coast to coast 

October 2015

  • WORKSHOP: Your Passport to Employment: Tips from UB International Alumni  Recommended for International Students
    • October 1 and November 20 (details below)
    • UB international alumni who are gainfully employed will discuss how to conduct a successful job search, how to adapt to an American work place, what surprised them about their current work environment.
    • IT Alumni: October 1, 3:30-5 p.m., 101 Davis Hall (RSVP through ISSS)
    • Management Alumni: November 20, 3-4:30 p.m., 110 Jacobs Management Center (RSVP in BizLink
  • APICS National Conference
    • Register early. Space is limited
    • October 5-7 
    • Las Vegas, Nevada
    • The APICS annual conference is the premier learning event for supply chain and operations management professionals. Each year, the APICS conference offers relevant education, best practices and thought leadership to help attendees lead their organizations and reach their goals of achieving maximum productivity, meeting consumer demand and remaining agile amid instability and unpredictability. APICS 2015 will attract more than 2,000 supply chain professionals from over 40 countries — be where supply chain is going
    • Attend APICS 2015 to:
      • ADVANCE your knowledge with best practices to create more sustainable, resilient, strategic and value-driven supply chains.
      • ADVANCE your career by networking with professionals who are shaping the future of supply chain and operations management.
      • ADVANCE your company by learning solutions and taking back proven methods to your company.  
  • WORKSHOP: Big 4 Interview Prep Session
    • October 7, 10 a.m.-Noon, 205 Alfiero
    • October 13, 3-4:45 p.m., 320 Jacobs
    • October 15, 3-4:45 p.m., 320 Jacobs
    • MBA and MS students expecting to interview with the Big 4 on campus for IT Audit, Risk, Assurance, Fraud roles are welcome to meet as a group to prepare for their interviews. There isn't enough time for all those who get selected for On Campus Interviewing to have individual appointments. Come at any time during this session. Bring a resume and be prepared to participate for the best experience
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
    • Hosted by the Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • UB STEM UP Fair (previously Tech Fair) Recommended
    • October 7, Noon - 5 p.m.
    • UB Alumni Arena, Edward Wright Practice Facility, North Campus
    • This event is a MUST for School of Management students choosing Supply Chains and Operations Management, Information Assurance and Management Information Systems options and definitely for any 3/2 Engineering MBA students. All School of Management students are encouraged to attend. Don’t miss this event. UB Tech hosts recruiters seeking full-time, co-op and internship opportunities in a wide variety of disciplines including: Computer Science, Engineering, Physical and Life Sciences and many others. Last year, more than 1,000 UB students and alumni attended
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • WORKSHOPS: MBA Concentrations
    • Marketing: October 8, 4:30-5:30 p.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • Healthcare: October 15, 5-6:30 p.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • Finance: October 21, 3-4:30 p.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • Supply Chain and Operations: October 26, 3-4 p.m. in 320 Jacobs
    • Information Systems: October 27, 11 a.m.-Noon in 205 Alfiero
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
    • Hosted by the Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • UB School of Management Annual Management Career Fair Recommended
    • October 12, Noon - 4 p.m.
    • Buffalo Niagara Marriott, 1340 Millersport Hwy, Amherst, New York
    • Open only to UB School of Management students and graduates. The Career Resource Center (CRC) at the University at Buffalo School of Management invites you to our Annual Management Career Fair. Attend this event to identify potential internship or full-time job opportunities, or even to make connections with professionals who can help you make career decisions
    • Professional business dress required. Don't forget to bring your résumés
    • Check our guide on how to make the most of your career fair experience
    • Organized by the Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center
  • Coffee Cup Conversations  Recommended
    • Thursdays, 5:30-7 p.m.
    • October 22
    • November 5
    • Alfiero Center, third-floor atrium, North Campus
    • This interactive monthly program invites guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds to come and share their expertise on topics, including exploring unique career path opportunities within the field of management, tips and strategies to succeeding in the workplace and how to find the right fit and land the ideal internship or job. Meet professionals who will share their expertise and experiences within the world of management. The program provides students with the ability to gain insight on different career paths available within a changing business arena, as well as, the opportunity to network with fellow upper-level business students, working professionals and UB alumni in the field.
    • Organized by the Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center
    • Sponsored by the School of Management Alumni Association
  • National Association of Wormen MBAs Conference
    • October 15-17
    • Houston, Texas
    • Join hundreds of female MBA students, professionals and entrepreneurs to the Westin Galleria Houston for three days of networking and personal development through keynotes, speaker presentations, panel discussions and an on-site career fair with valued corporate sponsors. 
  • Asian MBA Leadership Conference and Career Expo
    • Register early to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • October 16-17
    • New York, New York
    • Join the National Association of Asian MBAs, professionals and executives in the largest professional development, recruiting and networking event ever staged for the community. NAAMBA’s Leadership Conference will comprise of a comprehensive forum of events including presentations from acclaimed keynote speakers, expert panel discussions, workshops and networking sessions. NAAMBA’s career expo offers an unparalleled opportunity for leading companies to connect with the nation’s best Asian American talent  
  • Net Impact North American Conference & Career Expo
    • Date: To be announced
    • Silicon Valley, California 
    • Nearly 3,000 thinkers, doers, and dreamers will tap the energy of Silicon Valley to supercharge world change. 
  • Women for Hire Online Career Fairs
    • Dates and times: To be announced
    • Online: use your computer
    • Companies are located within the above regional areas. Job seekers participate from your computer
    • Preregistration is required.

November 2015

  • WORKSHOP: Cover Letters 
    • November 6, 2-3 p.m., 205 Alfiero
    • MBA  studnets can learn how to write a top notch cover letter and leverage your skills and experience to get an interview
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
    • Hosted by the Career Resource Center (CRC)
  • Coffee Cup Conversations  Recommended
    • Thursdays, 5:30-7 p.m.
    • November 5
    • Alfiero Center, third-floor atrium, North Campus
    • This interactive monthly program invites guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds to come and share their expertise on topics, including exploring unique career path opportunities within the field of management, tips and strategies to succeeding in the workplace and how to find the right fit and land the ideal internship or job. Meet professionals who will share their expertise and experiences within the world of management. The program provides students with the ability to gain insight on different career paths available within a changing business arena, as well as, the opportunity to network with fellow upper-level business students, working professionals and UB alumni in the field.
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops
    • Organized by the Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center
    • Sponsored by the School of Management Alumni Association
  • Employer Expectation Series: Insider Information for International Candidates
    • November 13, 6:30-8 p.m., 110 Jacbos Management Center
    • Employers share professional opinions and expectations of international candidates in the employment world. What advice do the panelists have specifically for candidates who are on an international visa? What have our panelists learned from their experience that can be helpful for you?
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops
    • Organized by the Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center
  • WORKSHOP: Your Passport to Employment: Tips from UB International Alumni  Recommended for International Students
    • November 20, 3-4:30 p.m., 110 Jacobs Management Center
    • UB international alumni who are gainfully employed will discuss how to conduct a successful job search, how to adapt to an American work place, what surprised them about their current work environment.
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
  • Women for Hire Online Career Fairs
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • Online: use your computer
    • Companies are located within the above regional areas. Job seekers participate from your computer
    • Preregistration is required.
  • Etiquette Dinner
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • Registration is required in Career Services, 259 Capen Hall
    • Learn proper etiquette for an interview that occurs while eating a meal
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • JobQuest

December 2015

Currently no events scheduled

January 2016

  • Career Conversations in Rochester
    • January 7
    • Location: To be announced 
    • Registration is available on BullsEye. All majors and class years are welcome
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • Western New York IT Shadowing Program
    • Dates: To be announced
    • Local companies and IT professionals allow students to shadow an IT staff member throughout the day to get a more complete view of a “day-in-the-life.” Some of the companies who have participated in the past include Algonquin Studios, BlueCross BlueShield HealthNow, Delaware North Companies, Desenu Web Solutions, 360 PSG, Evans Bank, Full Circle Studios, GlobalQuest, HSBC Technology and Services, Ingram Micro, Innovative Solutions, JRVisuals, M&T Bank, Moog, Noein, RLComputing, Shatter IT Global Services, Suchak Data Systems, STUDIO, Synacor, T C Rose Co. and Tops Markets.
    • Register at InfoTechNiagara
  • "Network New York" Recommended
    • Date: To be announced
    • PricewaterhouseCoopers, 300 Madison Avenue, on the corner of Madison and 42nd Street, New York, New York
    • The Career Resource Center and the School of Management Alumni Association (SOMAA) co-host this student/alumni networking event in New York City each January. Since it's inception, Network New York has consistently received rave reviews from both students and alumni. Space is limited, student registration will be required
    • Organized by the Career Resource Center
  • Career Conversations in New York City
    • January 13
    • Time: To be announced
    • Union League Club 
    • Registration is available on BullsEye and there is a fee to attend. All majors and class years are welcome
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • Jobsapalooza

February 2016

  • School of Management Club Fair Recommended
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • Alfiero Center - first-floor atrium, UB North Campus
    • Get involved. Consider becoming a student leader. Come meet the School of Management clubs, see which club(s) you should join and meet current members. Club involvement is a great résumé builder
  • Career Conversations in Buffalo
    • February 11
    • Center for the Arts, UB North Campus
    • Registration is available on BullsEye. All majors and class years are welcome
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • Workshops: Advanced Interviewing Skills
    • Date, time and location: To be announced
    • A job interview is a critical stage of the hiring process. Preparing for a variety of interview situations and knowing what to expect is essential to success. Practice advanced interviewing skills and learn to communicate your qualifications and experience effectively. Whether you have limited work experience or are an experienced candidate, it is important to fine tune your skills. 
    • Sign up for this workshop through the BizLink system by going to Events and then clicking Workshops. Space is limited. 
  • European Career Fair
    • Date: To be announced
    • MIT Howard W. Johnson Athletic Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts
    • Would you like to work for a global organization such as A.T. Kearney, BASF, Bayer, BMW, Bosch, Deutsche Bank, Ericsson Inc., Fiat, GE , Goldman Sachs, Goodyear, Henkel, ING, Johnson & Johnson, McKinsey, Merck, Microsoft, Nestle, Novartis, Philips, SAP, Schlumberger, Shell, Siemens, Volkswagen, TomTom, UBS or Unilever? Would you like to work in Europe? These are the type of companies who attendLooking for a full-time job, internship or a study program? Discover the many opportunities that companies, academic institutions and nonprofit organizations from Europe have to offer you at the 19th European Career Fair at MIT. It is the largest career fair of its kind in the U.S. with more than 100 participating organizations and more than 5,000 registered candidates. Take this opportunity to meet employers face to face and stand out from the crowd. By registering for the event, you will become a part of a searchable database where employers can view your resume and schedule interviews even before meeting you in person at the fair.
    • Candidates can submit their résumés online prior to the fair. Your résumé will be displayed in a searchable database and will be accessible to the employers attending the fair. This is advantageous as the day of the fair can be very busy.
    • Many employers will be hosting Information Sessions and some will be selecting candidates to interview in person. Candidates should make travel arrangements accordingly to ensure timeliness for such events. Walk-ins on the Career Fair day are welcome to speak with the participating mployers and 50 percent of interviews are scheduled during the event.
    • To be preselected for interviews, submit your résumé at https://ecf.fairsey.com
    • Hosted by the European Club at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology 
  • Workshop: Ticket to Tomorrow
    • Dates, times and locations: To be announced
    • Interested in learning more about careers in accounting, finance, human resources, MIS, operations and supply chain management? Come to this workshop to learn about potential careers and ways to engage now so that you are prepared for your future
    • Accounting
    • Human resources
    • Finance
    • Management information systems
    • Marketing
    • Operations and supply chain management
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops
  • Coffee Cup Conversations
    • Thursdays, 5:30-7 p.m.
    • Dates: To be announced
    • Alfiero Center, third-floor atrium, North Campus
    • This interactive monthly program invites guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds to come and share their expertise on topics that include: exploring unique career path opportunities within the field of management, tips and strategies to succeeding in the workplace and how to find the right fit and land the ideal internship or job. Meet professionals who will share their expertise and experiences within the world of management. The program provides students with the ability to gain insight on different career paths available within a changing business arena, as well as, the opportunity to network with fellow upper-level business students, working professionals and UB alumni in the field.
    • Sponsored by the UB School of Management Alumni Association
    • Organized by the Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center
  • APICS Career Roundtable
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • Canisius College's Grupp Fireside Lounge in their Student Center
    • Supply Chain Professionals share their career stories, information about their companies and their advice in small roundtable conversations
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops 
  • Workshop: Ten Steps to a Federal Job
  • Workshop: The 2-Hour MBA Internship and Job Search Boot-Camp
    • Dates, times and location: To be announced
    • Need help structuring a proven strategic internship/job search that works?   Register now for this workshop about understanding how to structure the most effective job search process possible and FAST. Developed in line with the system created by Duke University Career Adviser Steve Dalton, author of "The 2 Hour Job Search," this interactive workshop will run you through the cliff notes and show you how to structure your search and follow-up. This is meant to be interactive so bring your laptop and be ready to get serious about your MBA job search. Regardless of your concentration, the process for effectively seeking your target job by graduation should involve an effective and well-aligned strategy.
    • Sign up for this workshop through the BizLink system by going to Events and then clicking Workshops. Space is limited.
  • Workshops: Advanced Interviewing Skills
    • Dates and times: To be announced
    • A job interview is a critical stage of the hiring process. Preparing for a variety of interview situations and knowing what to expect is essential to success. Practice advanced interviewing skills and learn to communicate your qualifications and experience effectively. Whether you have limited work experience or are an experienced candidate, it is important to fine tune your skills. 
    • Sign up for this workshop through the BizLink system by going to Events and then clicking Workshops. Space is limited. 
  • Non-profit and Government Internship and Career Fair
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • Student Union Lobby
    • Students who are seeking a summer internship or other employment opportunities in the nonprofit industry or with a government agency are encouraged to attend
  • On Target Undergraduate Club Case Competition: Final Presentations
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • 102 Alfiero Center, North Campus
    • Come cheer on your friends and learn how to compete in a competitive case competition.

March 2016

  • UB CareerFEST - The All Majors Job and Internship Fair Recommended
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • UB Alumni Arena, Main Gym, UB North Campus
    • The job fair for all majors. It is open to all UB students, including business majors at the undergraduate and masters levels. Register on-site for free, dress professionally, and bring plenty of résumés. Click on the link above to see which employers attended last year's event
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • Coffee Cup Conversations
    • Thursdays, 5:30-7 p.m.
    • Dates: To be announced
    • Third Floor Atrium of Alfiero Center, North Campus
    • This interactive monthly program invites guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds to come and share their expertise on topics, including exploring unique career path opportunities within the field of management, tips and strategies to succeeding in the workplace and how to find the right fit and land the ideal internship or job. Meet professionals who will share their expertise and experiences within the world of management. The program provides students with the ability to gain insight on different career paths available within a changing business arena, as well as, the opportunity to network with fellow upper-level business students, working professionals and UB alumni in the field.
    • Sponsored by the UB School of Management Alumni Association
    • Organized by the Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center
  • Workshop: Ticket to Tomorrow
    • Dates, times and locations: To be announced
    • Interested in learning more about careers in accounting, finance, human resources, MIS, operations and supply chain management? Come to this workshop to learn about potential careers and ways to engage now so that you are prepared for your future
    • Accounting
    • Human resources
    • Finance
    • Management information systems
    • Marketing
    • Operations and supply chain management
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops
  • Workshop: Advanced Interviewing Skills
    • Dates and times: To be announced
    • A job interview is a critical stage of the hiring process. Preparing for a variety of interview situations and knowing what to expect is essential to success. Required for all MBA and MS students.
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops
  • Life & Learning Workshops: Networking for Introverts: You Can Do It!
    • Date, time and location: To be announced
    • Do you consider yourself to be an introvert? Does the thought of networking make you nervous? This workshop is intended to give strategies, tips, and advice to those who may feel more shy and nervous to talk to new people.
    • Register for this workshop hosted by UB Career Services

April 2016

  • Life & Learning Workshops: LinkedIn: Create a Great Profile
    • Date, time and location: To be announced
    • To get the job or internship you want you need more than just a good resume. You need to turn that resume into a great LinkedIn profile.
    • Register for this workshop hosted by UB Career Services
  • Workshop: Information Assurance Career Panel
    • Date, time and location: To be announced
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops
  • Workshop: Ticket to Tomorrow
    • Dates, times and locations: To be announced
    • Interested in learning more about careers in accounting, finance, human resources, MIS, operations and supply chain management? Come to this workshop to learn about potential careers and ways to engage now so that you are prepared for your future
    • Accounting
    • Human resources
    • Finance
    • Management information systems
    • Marketing
    • Operations and supply chain management
    • Register in BizLink under Events - Workshops
  • Coffee Cup Conversations
    • Thursdays, 5:30-7 p.m.
    • Dates: To be announced
    • Alfiero Center, third-floor atrium, North Campus
    • This interactive monthly program invites guest speakers from a variety of professional backgrounds to come and share their expertise on topics, including exploring unique career path opportunities within the field of management, tips and strategies to succeeding in the workplace and how to find the right fit and land the ideal internship or job. Meet professionals who will share their expertise and experiences within the world of management. The program provides students with the ability to gain insight on different career paths available within a changing business arena, as well as, the opportunity to network with fellow upper-level business students, working professionals and UB alumni in the field.
    • Sponsored by the UB School of Management Alumni Association
    • Organized by the Frank L. Ciminelli Family Career Resource Center
  • Summer Jobs Fair
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • UB Student Union Lobby, North Campus
    • Looking for a great summer job? Connect with dozens of employers looking to hire you
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • Workshop: Professionalism: Etiquette Dinner
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • Bert's Dining Hall, First Floor of Talbert Hall, North Campus
    • Don't know which fork, knife or glass to use at a business dinner? Don't embarrass yourself and lose a chance at getting the job offer. Attend this informative program where you'll learn the correct way to handle yourself and the silverware too. Open to all students
    • You must pre-register and pre-pay on BullsEye ($12 fee)
    • Hosted by UB Career Services
  • NY Virtual Career Fair & Graduate School Fair
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • Location: Online        
    • Sponsored by UB Career Services
  • Workshop: Professionalism: What to Expect the First Year on the Job
  • REGISTER FOR National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference and Career Expo
    • Student registration begins now through August for early bird rates. Register early to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and time: To be announced
    • The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during their annual conference in late September or early October. While the event targets Hispanics exclusively, participation is open to both members and non-members of the NSH. Also open to undergraduates 

May 2016

  • REGISTER FOR National Black MBA Association Conference and Exposition
    • Register early to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date, time and location: To be announced
    • Annual conference in September/October featuring two-day career fair where 100’s of major Fortune 500 firms network with and recruit top MBA candidates. Students are strongly advised to register during the "Early Bird" months of April and May, as room space is always limited 
  • REGISTER FOR National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference and Career Expo
    • Student registration begins now through August for early bird rates. Register early to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date, time and location: To be announced 
    • The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during their annual conference in late September or early October. While the event targets Hispanics exclusively, participation is open to both members and non-members of the NSH. Also open to undergraduates 

June 2016

  • REGISTER FOR National Black MBA Association Conference and Exposition
    • Register early (by June 30) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • Annual conference in September/October featuring two-day career fair where 100’s of major Fortune 500 firms network with and recruit top MBA candidates. Students are strongly advised to register during the "Early Bird" months of April and May, as room space is always limited 
  • REGISTER FOR APICS National Conference
    • Register early (by June 30) for discounted rate. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • The APICS annual conference is the premier learning event for supply chain and operations management professionals. Each year, the APICS conference offers relevant education, best practices and thought leadership to help attendees lead their organizations and reach their goals of achieving maximum productivity, meeting consumer demand and remaining agile amid instability and unpredictability. APICS 2015 will attract more than 2,000 supply chain professionals from over 40 countries — be where supply chain is going
    • Attend APICS 2015 to:
      • ADVANCE your knowledge with best practices to create more sustainable, resilient, strategic and value-driven supply chains.
      • ADVANCE your career by networking with professionals who are shaping the future of supply chain and operations management.
      • ADVANCE your company by learning solutions and taking back proven methods to your company.  
  • REGISTER FOR National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference and Career Expo
    • Register early (by August 7) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during their annual conference in late September or early October. While the event targets Hispanics exclusively, participation is open to both members and non-members of the NSH. Also open to undergraduates 
  • REGISTER FOR Asian MBA Leadership Conference and Career Expo 
    • Register early (by August 15) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • Join the National Association of Asian MBAs, professionals and executives in the largest professional development, recruiting and networking event ever staged for the community. NAAMBA’s Leadership Conference will comprise of a comprehensive forum of events including presentations from acclaimed keynote speakers, expert panel discussions, workshops and networking sessions. NAAMBA’s career expo offers an unparalleled opportunity for leading companies to connect with the nation’s best Asian American talent 

July 2016

  • REGISTER FOR National Black MBA Association Conference and Exposition
    • Register early ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • Annual conference in September/October featuring two-day career fair where 100’s of major Fortune 500 firms network with and recruit top MBA candidates. Students are strongly advised to register during the "Early Bird" months of April and May, as room space is always limited 
  • REGISTER FOR APICS National Conference
    • Register early. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • The APICS annual conference is the premier learning event for supply chain and operations management professionals. Each year, the APICS conference offers relevant education, best practices and thought leadership to help attendees lead their organizations and reach their goals of achieving maximum productivity, meeting consumer demand and remaining agile amid instability and unpredictability. APICS 2015 will attract more than 2,000 supply chain professionals from over 40 countries — be where supply chain is going
    • Attend APICS National Conferrence to:
      • ADVANCE your knowledge with best practices to create more sustainable, resilient, strategic and value-driven supply chains.
      • ADVANCE your career by networking with professionals who are shaping the future of supply chain and operations management.
      • ADVANCE your company by learning solutions and taking back proven methods to your company.  
  • REGISTER FOR National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference and Career Expo
    • Register early (by August 7) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • The National Society of Hispanic MBAs sponsors this job fair and interview event during their annual conference in late September or early October. While the event targets Hispanics exclusively, participation is open to both members and non-members of the NSH. Also open to undergraduates 
  • REGISTER FOR National Association of Wormen MBAs Conference
    • Register early (by July 15) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • Join hundreds of female MBA students, professionals and entrepreneurs to the Westin Galleria Houston for three days of networking and personal development through keynotes, speaker presentations, panel discussions and an on-site career fair with valued corporate sponsors. 
  • REGISTER FOR Asian MBA Leadership Conference and Career Expo
    • Register early (by August 15) for discounted rate and to ensure employers have an opportunity to view your résumé. Space is limited
    • Date and location: To be announced
    • Join the National Association of Asian MBAs, professionals and executives in the largest professional development, recruiting and networking event ever staged for the community. NAAMBA’s Leadership Conference will comprise of a comprehensive forum of events including presentations from acclaimed keynote speakers, expert panel discussions, workshops and networking sessions. NAAMBA’s career expo offers an unparalleled opportunity for leading companies to connect with the nation’s best Asian American talent

More

Listings of Job Fairs and Events Everywhere – The following sites list information on many additional job fairs and career events being held throughout the year in various locations across the U.S.:

  • CareerFairs.com - Can search for career fairs by month, category or region
  • CFG Inc. – Career Fairs for IT, MIS, and Engineering and Sales, Management and Business professionals
  • Women for Hire Job Fairs: Some of America's leading companies will be recruiting experienced professionals and college seniors for a wide-range of positions in all fields at the upcoming Women For Hire events