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Fall 2020 Virtual Job & Internship Fairs

The University at Albany is dedicated to assisting employers in this current digital landscape. Instead of our traditional in-person Career Fairs we will be conducting four industry-based Job and Internship Fairs giving you the opportunity to meet hundreds of UAlbany students from a variety of majors to assist with your recruiting efforts for Fall 2020. Employers can engage with these students that match their criteria through live, real-time video, allowing them to host and schedule one-on-one chats, and group info sessions.

Please click on the industry specific Career Fair you are interesed in. You will then be directed to the respective list of employers that attended. 


Technology and Science 

Health Care, Social Welfare, and Human Services 

Education, Law Enforcement, Government, and Non-Profit 

Support UAlbany Students - Sponsorship Opportunities

UAlbany's Student Emergency Fund
UAlbany is one of seven SUNY campuses included in a student pilot program for those experiencing an unforeseen financial hardship or emergency, with the goal of keeping more students on track towards graduation.  

UAlbany's Purple Pantry  
The pantry is stocked with a variety of non-perishable foods, fresh produce and toiletries. Individuals are able to access the pantry once per month (or as needed) and will be provided up to four day's worth of food for themselved and immediate member of their household (children/spouse/dependents). Financial donations are most beneficial to the pantry due to the fact that the pantry can purhcase food at a significantly discounted rate. Financial donations can be made via credit card. 

UAlbany's Educational Opportunities Program
To assist in making the EOP program a continued success consider making a donation to support EOP's various programming (e.g., trips and workshops), provisions (e.g., book stipend and emergency needs), and equipment deficiencies (e.g., technology). EOP programs are largely supported via NYS and federal appropriations which during times of financial distress can be more vulnerable to cutbacks.

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