Attend a career fair to meet students and graduates

Career fairs are a key feature on our students' calendar – as well as an essential event for many organisation’s recruitment campaigns.

Unfortunately we have had to cancel our Business and Economics Career Fair and the Law Fair on 11 March because of the current uncertainty around Covid19 lockdown levels in Auckland and the high student numbers that come to career fairs.

At this stage we still expect the ICT and Engineering Career Fair to go ahead on Wednesday 24 March

Register here now to book a free space or stand at the ICT and Engineering Career Fair.

ICT & Engineering Career Fair - 24 March

Alternative for March 2021 Business and Economics Career Fair

We are organising a number of employer presentations on-campus and online to replace the Career Fair and would love to have your involvement. While on-campus are our first preference, we found during the lockdowns last year, that online employer presentations attracted strong numbers of students and delivered good outcomes so we are keen to help you deliver in whatever mode fits best for you.

Please get in touch if you’d like to do a presentation or panel session in March, or if you would like to register interest in still attending a business and economics career fair later in the semester.

Contact Rachael or Shaun for more information

Take part in our Volunteering Expo if you're a not-for-profit 

If your organisation wants to raise awareness of their community involvement or look for new volunteers, then please join us at our next Volunteering Expo and network with the many AUT students wanting to make a difference through voluntary work.

2021 dates

Volunteering Expo - 4 May 
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Participate in our career events series, Employability Matters 

Employability Matters is an intensive series of employability events and workshops for AUT students that we run twice a year. 

This is a great way to showcase your industry expertise or promote graduate programmes and internships by joining a panel discussion or giving a presentation to students in a smaller, more intimate setting than a career fair. We would love to hear from you if you would like to share your thoughts, experiences and insights into your industry, the marketplace and job opportunities

2021 dates

Employability Matters Week - 3 May
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