Career Conference Week

September 23-26, 2024
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All events held in the Memorial Student Center
Career fairs subject to change

Computing: Data, Software & Security Career Fair
Monday, September 23
Packaging, Print & Design Career Fair
Tuesday, September 24
Science & Engineering Career Fair
Tuesday, September 24
Construction Career Fair
Wednesday, September 25
Management: Business, Hospitality & Human Sciences Career Fair
Thursday, September 26

Employer Information

Employer Registration

Registration opens on July 1, 2024 at 8:00am. Register via Handshake to secure your space at the following events:

  • Computing: Data, Software & Security Career Fair: Monday, September 23 (1:00–4:00pm)
  • Packaging, Print & Design Career Fair: Tuesday, September 24 (9:00–11:30am)
  • Science & Engineering Career Fair: Tuesday, September 24 (1:00–4:00pm)
  • Construction Career Fair: Wednesday, September 25 (1:00–4:00pm)
  • Management: Business, Hospitality & Human Sciences Career Fair: Thursday, September 26 (1:00–4:00pm)
Registration Inclusions
  • One 8' x 8' space for two representatives
  • One 6' long table (tablecloth upon request)
  • Two chairs
  • Free Wi-Fi access
  • Electricity/extension cords
  • Parking (in a designated parking lot)
  • Light refreshments
Next-Day On-Campus Interviews (Optional)

Conduct your next-day on-campus interviews (OCI) with students you meet during the career fair. Simply note your request in your registration. Upon approval, it will be noted in your registration confirmation. Space is limited! Questions? Please contact Stef Jax at

Payment & Invoicing
  • Early Bird Rate: $325 
  • Regular Rate: $375 
  • Non-profit/Government/501(c)(3) Rate: $150

Payment can be made via credit card or check and must be received before the career fair. Failure to pay, or employers with an outstanding balance, will not be approved into the event until payment is made.

Final invoice will reflect the Early Bird Rates and/or Partnership Program discounts if applicable. A receipt will be emailed when payment is accepted/received.

Employers Guide

Additional details, including shipping, directions, parking, and more, can be found on the Handshake event page for each career fair or in the Career Conference Employers Guide.

Student Information


Blue Devil Prep for Success 

Thursday, September 19, 2024
Great Hall, Memorial Student Center

Attending the Career Conference (Sep. 23-26) to meet employers, look for a co-op/internship, or find a professional job after graduation? Leverage your resources in one space for a day. 

  • Free professional profile pictures (11:00am-1:00pm)
  • Resume reviews with Career Coaches
  • Interviewing, networking, LinkedIn, & Handshake tips
  • Access to free professional clothing
  • How to navigate Career Conference
  • Snacks, prizes, and more!

Drop-In Resume Reviews

September 16-18 & 20, 2024
Career Services Office, 103 Administration Building

Get ready for the Career Conference (Sep. 23-26) and review your resume with a UW-Stout Career Coach:

  • 15-minute resume reviews (no appointment needed)
  • Bring print or digital copy of resume
  • Add to your resume
  • Network with employers attending the fair
  • Use it as an opportunity to learn about the fair
  • Get to know other student volunteers 

Faculty Information

Help support and prepare students
  • Share the canvas Career Conference Canvas Course to students
  • Promote the Blue Devil Prep for Success event
  • Refer students to the Career Success Guide
  • Promote Handshake to view and research employers
  • Assign activities for extra credit or other classroom learning outcome alignment:
    • Career Conference Prep Week events such as Drop-In Resume Reviews or Blue Devil Prep for Success*
    • Attendance to any of the career fairs at Career Conference
  • Encourage students to volunteer for the event - several areas align to academic programs

*Career Services tracks attendance and can provide data requests

Help Support Employer Recruiting

​​​​​Refer any employers interested in attending to our Employer Relations Team:

Help Promote your program and the university
  • Attend the event yourself – represent your program and make connections to support collaboration
  • Invite employers into your classrooms 
  • Equip students to represent their program well while attending Career Conference