Welcome to 2021 Employment Expo (online)

Welcome to 2021 Employment Expo (online)

Whether you are in your first or final year of study, career expos can provide a valuable experience. This year’s event features over 50 employers who are targeting their recruitment at the University of Newcastle. Organisations are engaging with our students via pre-recorded recruitment information sessions, live zoom discussions and a chat function which will be open 16 March to 18 March between 12pm and 5pm.
Our online expo is a great opportunity for you to connect with industry, build networks and learn how to stand out in the graduate employment market.

Featured expo information sessions

Check out some of the latest expo information sessions and some of the great advice our partners had for kick-starting your career. You can access the employer recordings, live zoom sessions and chat with employers when the Expo goes live on 16 March.

SwarmFarm Robotics 05:02

Hear employers discuss their hiring processes, future opportunities, and what it’s like to work at their organisation.

South32 05:38

Port of Newcastle 06:05

2021 Employment Expo information sessions

Connect with employers that are targeting your discipline. To help you plan your expo experience, our filter allows you to search for employers using date, discipline, and presentation style.

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Employers and partners

Interested in participating on one of our future Careers and Employment Expos? Find out more about how you can get showcase your business and connect with our student talent pool.

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Alex Hobbs, <br> 4th year <br> B Communications

Career Expos help you to understand the variety of career available and get some direction on what employers expect to see in applications. This year’s event is a key factor in my job seeking for graduate employment.”

Alex Hobbs,
4th year
B Communications
Mark Holdsworth, 4th year B Mechanical Engineering/B Mechatronics

Expos are a great way to gain insight into career paths that lead from your degree. Getting the chance to speak with employers helps me to plan for potential career opportunities in an informed way.”

Mark Holdsworth, 4th year B Mechanical Engineering/B Mechatronics

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