Northwestern State University’s Office of Counseling and Career Services will hold its Fall Career Fair on Tuesday, September 27 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Friedman Student Union Ballroom.
The event is open to both undergraduate and graduate students at NSU who would like to meet and connect with prospective employers. Professional attire is required to attend. Assistant Director of Counseling and Career Service Rachel Cunningham said networking with different employers from multiple industries can increase the chances of finding an internship or job after graduation. Career service staff will be available outside Vic’s Café in the Student Union on September 26 from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. to assist students by reviewing their resume prior to the Career Fair.
Both students and prospective employers can sign up for the Career Fair through Handshake at careercenter.nsula.edu. NSU students wishing to sign up can go to nsu.la/FALLstudent. Employers can go to nsu.la/FALLemployer.
Employers planning to attend the Career Fair include the Louisiana Office of Juvenile Justice, United Rentals, Inc., CHRISTUS St. Frances Cabrini, Tranco Global, Franciscan Missionaries of Our Lady University, RoyOMartin, Army Healthcare – Mid-West/South Region, Willis Knighton Health System, CGI, General Dynamics Information Technology, Texas Department of Public Safety, Louisiana Legislative Auditor, Natchitoches Regional Medical Center, Virtual Partner Advantage and USDA – Natural Resources Conservation Service Louisiana.
Also participating are Cleco Corporate Holdings, LLC, Louisiana State Police, Mercy Regional Medical Center, City of Houston Fire Department – HR Recruiting, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Louisiana, City Year, Heard, McElroy & Vestal, LLC, Norwela Council, Boy Scouts of Louisiana, Crest Industries, LLC, Northwestern Mutual Shreveport/Bossier City/ Natchitoches/Monroe, U.S. Army Recruiting Natchitoches Office, IBM, Weyerhaeuser, University of Louisiana Monroe, Ochsner Health, Fort Smith Police Department, Louisiana Department of Health, Southern University Law Center and Boise Cascade.