Career Center participating in Indiana Virtual Career Fair

Author: Dennis Brown


TheCareerCenterat the University of Notre Dame has collaborated with similar centers at five state universities, Symplicity Corp. and to create the first Indiana Virtual Career Fair.

The initiative, which began April 10 and continues through May 8, is a convenient and low-cost way for employers and job seekers to connect for internships and full-time job openings. It is available to allIndianaemployers,Indianacolleges and universities, and their students and alumni/ae.

Since April 10, employers statewide, at a cost of $55, have had the opportunity to post an unlimited number of positions on the virtual fairs Web site – . New postings will continue until May 4.

Beginning Monday (April 24) and continuing through May 8 (Monday), eligible job seekers may register on the Web site and then apply for posted jobs or internships.

The Indiana Virtual Career Fair provides students with the opportunity to have a chance to connect with prospective employers before graduation or summer break,said LoriAnn Edinborough, the director of Indiana Careers at Notre Dame.For employers, it is an inexpensive and productive means to seek out college talent to fill their internship, co-op and full-time employment needs with students in the state.

The career centers at theUniversityofEvansvilleandBall State,Indiana,IndianaStateandPurdueUniversitiesalso are participating in the fair.

_ Contact: LoriAnn Edinborough at or 574-631-0960

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