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Related Career Events
Career Fairs are held on the Barry main campus for the purpose of bringing together local, regional and national employers with students and alumni in a variety of fields and interests. The Career Development Center has broken away from the traditional career fair and has implemented industry specific career fairs. This allows more students with specific interests to meet one on one with employers in their desired field. The emphasis is on networking: making good impressions and developing contacts that will hopefully lead to formal job interviews.
The purpose of these panels is to expose students to professionals in the world of work. In addition, to promote discussions regarding career paths for different majors, ask questions, and serve as an excellent networking opportunity.
Graduate School Fair
Thinking about Graduate School? Local, national and international schools will visit Barry University to answer your questions about the application process, share what they look for in prospective students, discuss deadlines and provide further information about programs offered.
Graduate School Practice Exams
Most graduate programs require an entrance exam as part of their admissions requirements. Take advantage of this opportunity to take a FREE practice version of the GRE, LSAT and MCAT. You’ll receive a detailed score report which will help you figure out how prepared you are for the real exam. This opportunity will also allow you to develop strategies to improve your score for the real exam.
International Student Job Search Presentations
Searching for a job can easily become frustrating and overwhelming for students who are not familiar with the job-search processes in the United States. The Career Development Center and Office of International and Multicultural Programs collaborate to conduct luncheon presentations, which cover job-search steps, common mistakes, and effective strategies for international students.
Employers looking to recruit Barry students set up informational sessions to describe their organization. During these sessions, employers present topics including their clients, products, services, and opportunities within their company. This is also a great networking opportunity.