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September 23, 2013 | Contact Us
Even though the school year has just begun, it's never too soon to start working on your career goals post-graduation. The Fall Job Fair is the perfect opportunity for you to begin your search for internships and full-time entry-level jobs. The fair brings more than 170 corporate employers, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations to campus to meet our students.
Many of the organizations will be interviewing the following day or later in the semester. Dress professionally and bring several copies of your resume. The fair takes place from 2:00 to 6:00 p.m. tomorrow at Thompson-Boling Arena.
Don't forget to request your tickets for the Saturday, October 5, football game against Georgia on Wednesday and Thursday by visiting Big Orange Tix. Tickets for the following home game, against Auburn, will be available for request on October 30 and 31.
The Fall Fest Street Fair starts at 5:30 p.m. on the Pedestrian Walkway on Friday. The event will host various offices and campus organizations showcasing student involvement opportunities and campus resources.
Feel Better Fast, a series of workshops kicking off today at the Student Counseling Center, can teach you valuable skills that will make a big difference quickly. The workshops focus on topics like mindfulness, how to handle stress, and how to regulate your emotions. The group meets once a week for four weeks.
VolShop Canned Food Drive
Next Monday, the VolShop will host a week-long canned food drive as a friendly competition against UGA's bookstore. Canned goods will be donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. Donation boxes will be located in the VolShop, Center for Leadership and Service (UC 305), Black Cultural Center, and Presidential Court Cafe. Show your Vol spirit and donate!
For a list of more on- and off-campus volunteer opportunities that you can get involved with throughout the semester, visit the Sign Up to Serve page.
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