Meet our students

Attending an expo is a great way to meet potential candidates, raise your profile and gain exposure for your organisation.

Showcase your business and connect with our student talent

Welcome to your Careers and Employment Expo industry page. Expos are a cost-effective way for you to connect with your future workforce and promote your organisation’s brand.

Our careers expos are designed to showcase the breadth of opportunities available to students, including internships, vacation employment, and graduate programs and positions.

For our students, these events provide an opportunity to network and learn what employers look for when recruiting.

We offer many other opportunities for employers to engage with our students, such as through our Work Integrated Learning program, or via our free online job board, CareerHub, where you can advertise your opportunities to students and graduates. For more information visit Business and Industry.

It is always the right time for students to connect, network, and learn more about the world of careers and employment.

How to register

To register your interest in participating in these free online recruitment and promotional opportunities, please email

Expo calendar

Nicole Redmond, <br> North Construction & Building <br> Pty Ltd

North Construction are extremely proud of the connection that we have forged with the University of Newcastle. Our involvement in their annual Career and Employment Expos have been a key factor in promoting our brand on campus and attracting high quality talent to our internship and graduate recruitment programs.”

Nicole Redmond,
North Construction & Building
Pty Ltd
Susanne Café, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

As an employer of University of Newcastle graduates, my experience has been very positive. Through work placements and employment, I have admired their enthusiasm, confidence and solutions focus. Working in an area that requires flexible and innovative solutions, we have found that University of Newcastle graduates are a valuable addition to our team and it’s great to connect with the University through employment events to help us source the next cohort of talent.”

Susanne Café, Department of Planning, Industry and Environment

The University of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional custodians of the lands within our footprint areas: Awabakal, Darkinjung, Biripai, Worimi, Wonnarua, and Eora Nations. We also pay respect to the wisdom of our Elders past and present.