Arizona's Career Mixer - Students and Alumni
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Are you ready for your next opportunity?
Wildcats, Lumberjacks and Sun Devils, you're invited for the 8th annual Arizona’s Career Mixer.
Arizona’s Career Mixer is ideal for new graduates and anyone looking for what’s next, right here in Arizona. You’ll be able to connect with more than 50 organizations with full-time and internship opportunities they need to fill, right now, right here, in Arizona.
Unlike the traditional career fair format, this mixer focuses on helping you make meaningful connections with employers through personal interaction and small group conversation.
Build your network while you seek out opportunities, and meet students and alumni from Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and University of Arizona. Bring plenty of resumes and business cards so you can follow up and keep in touch after the event.
Attending organizations are eager to hire Wildcats, Lumberjacks and Sun Devils. Use this opportunity and find what’s next for you, right here, in your own backyard.
New this year, Arizona’s Career Mixer will be held at the Heard Museum’s Steele Auditorium. Suggested attire is "best business" (respecting Phoenix's summer heat).
Cost & Registration
Free to students and alumni of UA, ASU and NAU. We ask current students to provide their school ID at check-in.
Pre-registration for students and alumni is not required for this event. However, join the event on Handshake to receive updates!
With questions about access or to request any disability-related accommodations that will facilitate your full participation in our career fairs please contact: Marbila Rocha, Senior Coordinator, Special Events at firstname.lastname@example.org, or (520) 621 1408.
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