RCBC Internship Fair

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Internship Fair Information for Students

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Internships: A Gateway to Employment

Are you looking for an internship?

Do you want to increase your employment opportunities and earn money at the same time?

Employers will be on campus for the Internship Fair.  All individuals are welcome to attend the event!

Please note registration is strongly encouraged to attend the Internship Fair. 

Prepare for the Fair

Update your resume:
Need help updating your resume? Make an appointment with the RCBC Career Services Center at rcbc.edu/careerlink. Please bring a draft copy of your resume if you have one.

Attend Prepare for the Fair Workshop:
First time to an internship fair?  Want to be sure you are ready?  Check out this great workshop.

This session will provide strategies for marketing yourself to recruiters and the opportunity to develop and practice your "elevator pitch."

  • What do you say?

  • Who do you talk to?

  • What do you wear?

With these tips you'll be ready to walk into any internship fair with confidence.

Prepare for the Fair Workshop
Mount Laurel Campus, Evans Hall Conference Rooms C and D

  • Monday, October 9 from 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.
  • Monday, October 9 from noon - 1 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 11 from 5 p.m. - 6 p.m.

Internship Fair Checklist

Utilize these tips to get the most out of your internship fair experience.

Wear professional attire
Business-professional attire and conservative colors is recommended. Business suits are preferred or business casual. No jeans, t-shirts or sneakers.

Bring your resume
Bring at least 10 copies of your resume to the Internship Fair. Edited and finalized.

Practice your “Personal Pitch”
Be able to tell employers who you are and what type of internship you are seeking. Practice it until it comes naturally. For interview practice contact Career Services.

Research employers, make a plan
Choose the companies that you are interested in speaking with. Review the positions that are available at each organization. Research by visiting their website to learn more information about them. This will help you to be well-informed when talking with employers.

Prepare questions
Know what questions you want to ask the employer to help you understand what they are seeking. We recommend that you practice asking these questions. It is a great way to get more information and demonstrate that you are interested. Learn about their hiring timelines and processes.