Knox College is hosting a special Spring Preview Day for high school sophomores and juniors on Monday, March ...
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Students are able to submit resumes in consideration of an interview for various types of business and IT related positions and internships with several different employers. This event is typically held mid-October.
Students have a chance to meet with over 90 employers in one location in a variety of career fields including business, government and non-profits who value the skill and experiences unique to students from small, private liberal arts colleges. CareerFest is hosted by the College Career Consortium of Illinois (CCCI - formerly known as ISCPA) and usually happens mid-February.
Typically we host over 50 graduate programs. This gives our students an opportunity to talk first-hand with the recruiters. Our fair is normally held on campus in October.
An exciting and interactive way for us to provide a valuable career-related service to your student organization, residence hall, team, group or department. We have a variety of workshop topics to choose from.
Presented by an outside constituents, this event typically provides a tremendous array of helpful tips about career development for students. Currently this event is an intense 2-day program geared toward upperclassmen.
As a member of the College Career Consortium of Illinois (CCCI), Knox students are able to submit their applications with employers looking to hire small college liberal arts students. If selected for an interview, students are able to talk with recruiters about the position posted on the consortium's website. Consortium interviews take place throughout the entire academic year.
Usually presented by an outside facilitator, this dinner is typically held in Spring term and focuses on helpful tips on dining etiquette and professional networking.