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Management Trainee Fair

Wednesday, April 6, 2016
6 - 8 p.m.
Bone Student Center

The Management Trainee Fair connects employers with students from all majors seeking opportunities in a management trainee program.

Employer Information

Meet exciting new talent from Illinois State University. Register for the Management Trainee Fair. Credit card is required. If your company is not able to pay by credit card, you must contact Career Services Events to register. Event details for attending employers, such as: parking, set-up, shipping, etc. will be available two weeks prior to the fair. Learn about Illinois State's academic programs and majors. View travel directions to Illinois State.

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Register for the Management Trainee Fair. Credit card is required.  Credit card is required. Master Card, Visa, or American Express are accepted. Discover is also accepted, but payment must be made through the Braden Box Office at (309) 438-5444. If your organization is unable to pay by credit card, contact the Career Services. This fair reaches capacity quickly. So be sure to register early if you want to be stationed in a primary location.


Student Information

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View the current list of the companies registered for this event and identify those you most want to meet. Or download the official Illinois State University App for free from the App Store or Google Play Store and view the map of the fair layout; the list of employers including: company descriptions, open positions, and majors they are seeking, and other tips to help you succeed at the fair. 



Put your best foot forward at the career fair by attending one of our InstaCareer career fair preparation sessions on February 9th or March 2nd from 4 - 7 p.m. in the Bone Student Center to learn how to introduce yourself, identify what to say, get tips on how to follow-up after the fair, and more!

Put your best foot forward at the career fair by following these career fair planning tips:

  1. Get helpful tips on how to prepare for a career fair. Flip to page 16 of the Career Resource Guide.
  2. Construct an effective resume. View pages 5-7 of the Career Resource Guide. Then, visit Career Services for a resume critique and/or mock interview by making an appointment with your career advisor or visit Career Services during drop-in hours. Late Night Resume Reviews will also be held in Milner Library at the 3rd floor study area from 9 p.m. - midnight on April 3rd, 4th, and 5th.
  3. Prepare for on-the-spot interviews. Visit InterviewStream to get interview questions listed by major and job industry, and practice your answers.
  4. Identify your answers to commonly asked questions. Flip to page 21 of the Career Resource Guide for sample questions.
  5. Develop a 30 second summary of your professional skills, experience and interests. Visit page 19 of the Career Resource Guide.
  6. Watch our career fair video to learn helpful tips for the day of the fair, and a video from one of our career fairs to see what the fair is actually like and get inside tips and advice from students. (Download a transcript of the career fair video and the transcript from the video of one of our career fairs.)
  7. Be sure to dress the part by reviewing page 17 of our Career Resource Guide, and page 15 for tips on proper professional etiquette.
  8. Do your research! Visit page 18 of the Career Resource Guide to learn how to do quality research so you can answer the question, "what do you know about us?"
  9. Create your Hire-A-Redbird profile for job searches and resume posting. If you already have your profile created, be sure the information in your profile is current and accurate.


If you need special accommodations to attend this event, contact the Career Services. Please allow sufficient time to arrange the accommodations. 


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