Minnesota's Private Colleges Job and Internship Fair
February 21, 2019
Minneapolis Convention Center
Open to current sophomores, juniors, seniors and December 2018 undergraduate alumni.
Note: Graduate and first year students are NOT permitted to attend per MNPC Consortium guidelines.
Early Bird Registration Ends: December 17, 2018
Early Bird Registration Fee : $15
For the 43rd year, Minnesota's Private Colleges will host the annual Job and Internship Fair in February which stands out as one of the premier college/employer partnerships in the country. This Fair allows employers and candidates to meet at the booths from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. while simultaneously allowing interviewing for either job or internship candidates until 6 p.m. The job fair is attended by approximately 300 employers representing business, non-profits, social service, government, and bioscience industries.
For a detailed list of participating employers, visit www.mnpcfair.org.
MNPC Job Fair has gone mobile. To download the application Click here .
NOTE - Registrations starts on November 14th!
- Attend an Orientation Session in person
After attending the live session, you will be able to register by paying the registration fee ($15) by cash or credit/debit card.
- Do the Canvas Orientation
You will be able to make the payment of registration fee online after successful completion of orientation. More instructions provided in the orientation.
NOTE - Having attended an orientation session, but NOT the fair DOES NOT COUNT. You must attend another orientation session.
- Pay the Registration fee($15) by credit/debit card Online. *
- Stop by the Career Development Center and pay the registration fee($15) by cash or check.
*We validate the registrations after checking for previous year's attendance. If no attendance record is found, you will receive an email and be asked to attend an orientation session or submit a request for a refund. We will NOT automatically process a refund. If you do not attend an orientation session, you will be denied entry to the fair.
In addition to attending the Orientation Session, students are encouraged to view two short, five minute videos about the fair. The videos show excellent footage of the fair and interviews with other undergraduate students in attendance. It provides a prime example of what to expect the day of the fair including the number of resumes to bring, dress code, a peek into the convention center, and tips from employers.
Job Fair Insider's Tips
For the Job and Internship Fair we put together a panel discussion of employers and a student to give tips on attending the fair.