LOR_0072_resizeStudent Employment Fair

Friday, September 6, 2019
11:00am – 1:00pm
Olsen Student Center


For Employers:  Any UMF Department or local business with hiring needs may participate.

If you’re an employer who would like to register or if you have questions, please contact Cyndi McShane at cynthia.mcshane@maine.edu or Lori Soucie at lori.soucie@maine.edu.


2019 Participants:

On Campus Employers:

Facilities/Card Services
Mailroom
Student Life
UMF Registrar’s Office
UMF Dept. of Public Safety/Campus Police
UMF Merrill Center Student Services: Financial Aid, Student Employment, Records & Registration, Student Accounts
Sodexo
Human Resources
Conferences
Partnership for Civic Advancement
Sustainable Campus Coalition
Fitness & Recreation
Alumni & Development
Upward Bound
Marketing & Communications
Mt Blue Community Access TV
Marketing
Testing Services
Graduate Studies
Athletics
Sodexo
UMF Office of Admissions
College of Education, Health, and Rehabilitation
Titcomb Mountain
Mantor Library
Sweatt-Winter Child Care & Early Education Center
Step-Up Bystander Intervention
Alumni Theatre and Emery Community Arts Center
Arts (Sound, Performance, Visual Inquiry)

Off Campus Employers:

Aspire Behavioral Health & Counseling – Fair Sponsor
Western Maine Behavioral Health – Fair Sponsor
Titcomb Mountain
LEAP
McDonald’s
21st Century Kids of FRANKLIN – Franklin County Children’s Task Force
Care & Comfort
Woodlands Senior Living of Farmington
The Homestead Bakery & Kitchen
Sugarloaf Child Care

For Students: How to prepare for the Employment Fair:

  • Be dressed to make a favorable impression with potential employers.
  • Bring 6-8 copies of your resume. If you don’t have a resume, check out this website or meet with a career counselor. Resumes are not required, but they make a good impression.
  • Be prepared to know if you have a Work-Study Award or not. If you aren’t sure, call or stop by the Merrill Center (207-778-7100).
  • Bring a copy of your schedule with you or write down the times when you are available to work.
  • Prepare for a busy event. If you don’t like crowds, time your arrival to occur between 12:15 to 1:00.
  • Review the list of employers (see below) and make a plan to talk with several.
  • Practice introducing yourself. Hi, my name is Josh. I’m a first year student and I’m looking for a job on campus. What kinds of positions do you have available?
  • If you want to apply for a job, fill out the application and return it to the employer soon.
  • Visit the Career Services page for information about interviewing.