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Bellevue University to host virtual career fair | Bellevue


The Muller Administrative Services Building at Bellevue University.

Bellevue University is taking its career fair online this year on Oct. 22, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The event will be held online via Handshake — a career fair technology platform that works through mobile devices.

Terra Beethe, career coach at Bellevue University, said Handshake is like Facebook and LinkedIn combined in the way it functions.

On Handshake, employers are able to create an account and then they’re able to post once and then select what schools the employers would like it to go to.

For example, First National Bank can choose to send a job posting to Bellevue University, University of Nebraska-Omaha and Creighton University and then they’re able to network with students through the platform as well.

Students can join virtual groups or a one on one session with employers on Handshake.

“It’s the same type of feel as if you were walking around from booth to booth, but you’re not having to wait in line any longer, because you’re signing up with our schedule and that exact time,” Beethe said.

Employers set up their schedule on Handshake and decide how many large groups and individualized one on one sessions they want to make available.

Students, once they register, can sign up for who they want to meet with and connect through the various links that they’re provided from handshake to connect with that employer or the one on one or group session.

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Virtual career fair starts Wednesday | Local News

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Lee Enterprises, parent company of the Wisconsin State Journal and owner of 76 daily news organizations across the country, will be hosting a nationwide virtual career fair starting Wednesday and running through Oct. 25.

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More than 330 companies from at least 20 states will be participating in the Anywhere Career Fair. There are more than 30 businesses from Wisconsin taking part in the event, including Kwik Trip, American Girl, UBS, FedEx, Journey Mental Health Center and the Wisconsin Job Corp.

“As our region emerges from the grips of a pandemic, it’s essential that we empower our area’s employers with the ability to reach the highly capable workforce of South Central Wisconsin,” State Journal Publisher Chris White said. “With in-person events restricted, our Anywhere Career Fair creates a unique opportunity to interact with our region’s top employers while keeping you and your family safe.”

If you’re seeking new employment opportunities and would like to participate in the career fair, registration information can be found at

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