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This page is updated weekly throughout the semester.
Each semester, various employers come to campus to interview for positions. Check the feed on this page for upcoming interviews. You must sign up for these interviews ahead of time in GoldPASS. If you do not already have your resume uploaded to GoldPASS, allow enough time to update your profile, upload your resume, and have it approved.
Employers may also interview on campus in conjunction with job fairs. Usually, employers will select candidates to interview at the fair rather than in GoldPASS.
There may be additional interviewing opportunities available to you on other U of M campuses; these would be listed in GoldPASS.
For more information about on-campus interviewing, see The On-campus Interview in the Career Handbook.
The Practice Interview will help you to learn what is expected in a real interview, and how you can improve the way you present yourself. They may be held by company representatives, alumni, human resources professionals, or Career and Internship Services staff. There are several ways you can practice and perfect your interviewing skills:
Employer-sponsored presentation and reception to help you learn more about the organization and meet company representatives in a less formal situation than an interview. May be held on or off-campus. Check GoldPASS for details.
Employer-sponsored event to promote specific positions within one company, usually held at the company's offices. The employer may be taking resumes, applications, and/or interviewing at the event. Be sure to view the attached flyer or website for specific requirements.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about on-campus recruiting.
For lists of on-campus recruiters for previous years, please refer to the Graduate Follow-up Report (toward the end of each Full Report)
To request disability accommodations, please contact UMD Career and Internship Services at email@example.com or 218-726-7985, two weeks in advance of the event. Interpreters can be requested at: http://www.d.umn.edu/access/Interpreter_Request.htm