The Lehigh Valley Collegiate Career Expo (LVCCE) specifically targets new graduates and students for internship opportunities, volunteer opportunities, part-time employment and/or full-time employment.
Registration is now open:
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Holiday Inn Conference Center – Fogelsville (off routes 78 and 100)
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Thank you for your interest in the Lehigh Valley Collegiate Career Expo. LVCCE and its member institutions subscribe to and endorse the National Association of College and Employers (NACE) Principles for Professional Practice. We expect employers using our services conform to these principles and applicable Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) state and federal laws. Failure to comply with NACE and/or EEO guideline will result in denial of participation. Space is limited – final decision to be made exclusively by LVAIC / LVCCE at their discretion. Please complete our online registration form if you have an interest in attending the event.
If you have an interest in additional recruiting opportunities at any of our member schools, please contact the career services office directly. You can link to each school from the logos above.
For Job Seekers
The LVCCE specifically targets new graduates and students for internship opportunities, volunteer opportunities, part-time employment and/or full-time employment. Any student currently enrolled in an Associate, Bachelors, Masters or Doctoral degree program (and recent alumni of such degree programs) at a college or university is welcome to attend. Professional dress is required. One copy of your resume is required for admission; it is recommended that candidates bring many resumes.
“This was the most successful career fair we attended. We were very impressed with candidates we spoke to, as well as the overall organization of the Career Fair.”
“LVCCE was an eye-opening experience for me. It gave me a real feel for what opportunities are out there, anything from a full-time job to a part-time internship. It allowed me to meet with potential employers and build essential interviewing skills…Within 2-3 weeks, I was in contact with about a half dozen employers…I landed several phone interviews and two in-person interviews…I would call the whole thing a success because it really helped prepare me for the future. I would definitely recommend all students to go…It is just an added bonus that you get to work on your interviewing skills, and who knows, maybe you will land a position.” – LVCCE 2016
“This expo was very well-rounded and had so many opportunities available from different companies. I have learned a lot today about presentation and performance.” – LVCCE 2015.
“The expo made the internship/job seeking process very easy. Employers were able to find college students, and students were exposed to employers from various areas all in one room. I recommend every college student who wants to succeed in their career to attend this expo at least once in their college career.” – LVCCE 2015