Our annual career programs are listed below.
For a schedule of upcoming events, visit the Events section found in Handshake.
Rollins Career & Internship Expo will take place on March 23, 2017 from 11:30-3pm in the Alfond Sport Center.
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The Rollins College Career & Internship Expo is held each year during spring term. This event is produced by Rollins' career centers representing all of the college's programs (College of Liberal Arts, Crummer Graduate School of Business and the Hamilton Holt Evening Degree Program). If you have questions about this event, please contact the Center for Career and Life Planning at email@example.com or 407-646-2195. Employers who have questions about this event can find out more by visiting the Rollins employer page.
The Rollins College Career & Internship Expo is NOT just for Rollins seniors and alumni, but for first-year students, sophomores, juniors and graduate students too! It is an opportunity to network with employers, learn more about different career fields and job opportunities, and possibly get an internship. Expo also provides a chance for students to gather information about companies with which they may want to work. In fact, we recommend students attend before their senior year to become familiar with the event format to learn about summer or internship positions in fields of interest.
Students and alumni from other Florida colleges and universities who would like to attend the Rollins Career & Internship Expo should call 407-646-2195 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org ahead of time for permission. Individuals who are not Rollins students or alumni will not be permitted to enter the Career & Internship Expo without receiving prior permission. If you are guest of the college who has received approval to attend, please refer to the information at the bottom of this page.
The dress code for Expo is "business casual" at a minimum; the Center for Career and Life Planning highly recommends "professional" dress -- a business suit or dress. Both business casual and professional dress styles are pictured in the Professional Attire Guide.
Research is an important aspect of the job search process. After assessing your personal strengths, abilities, values, and interests, you can begin to identify careers, companies, jobs, and environments that fit your unique set of characteristics and preferences. In March, this website will feature a link allowing participants to see a list of organizations attending Expo. Visit the Job Search page to conduct general internet research on industries, companies, occupations and salaries. The more research you do in advance, the more confident you will feel.
Additionally, utilize the following to help you prepare:
For an up-to-date complete listing of participating companies and organizations for our 2017 Career & Internship Expo, please review our employers list.
Those wishing to attend the Career and Internship Expo who are not students or alumni of Rollins College must request and receive permission to attend prior to the event. Email email@example.com to request permission to attend. If you plan to attend the Rollins College Career & Internship Expo as an approved guest of the college and are traveling from off campus, you may park in the SunTrust parking garage off Park Avenue.firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The world was my oyster, till I used the wrong fork"
Job interviews and business meetings are often conducted at the breakfast, lunch, or dinner table. The Center for Career & Life Planning hosts Etiquette Dinners to help students prepare for these events. Students can enjoy a delicious meal while getting advice and tips on how to conduct themselves during an interview over a meal. Attendees should appear in business attire to practice interview skills.
Watch for Etiquette Dinner and networking opportunities in the Events section of Handshake; pre-registration is required to attend.
Throughout the year, employers representing various businesses, agencies, school systems, and graduate programs visit the Rollins campus to interview seniors and alumni.
Students are encouraged to broaden their career options by attending employer information sessions, applying for on-campus interviews, and attending other networking events.
To participate in the On-Campus Interview Program you must first log in and complete a user profile in the Handshake system. Notices regarding on-campus interviews will be released via the Career Quest E-Newsletter and through Handshake.
Curious what your test results would be for the GRE, GMAT, MCAT, or LSAT? ALL members of the Rollins community are invited to take a FREE version of one of these tests, administered by The Princeton Review. You must register in advance by stopping by the Center for Career & Life Planning or calling 407-646-2195.
Our staff offer Practice Exams twice a year: typically in February and September.
Learn About Free Practice Tests and Preparation
GRE: Approx 4.5 hrs
GMAT: Approx. 4.5 hrs
LSAT: Approx 4.5 hrs
MCAT: Approx 7.5 hrs