Part-time Job Fair (Virtual)

Thursday, October 1, 202011:00AM - 2:00PM


The Virtual Part-time Job Fair is open to all majors and all class levels (from all colleges/universities). This event is focused on hiring for part-time, temporary/seasonal, and nondegreed full-time positions.

Employers offering over 5,000+ job opportunities with pay ranges from $7.25+tips to $18.50 per hour. All the employers are actively hiring! These off-campus jobs provide a great resource for extra income, work experience, and an opportunity to build on your resume.

The fair is completely virtual! Candidates will be able to participate in video and text-based chat with organizations, view organization information at their virtual booths, and indicate an interest in specific positions. All candidates must register for an account (free) and upload a resume.

The event runs 11:00-2:00 and you can login and out between classes.

´╗┐View videos, instructional info, and FAQs here.

Important Information

  • This fair is hosted on an external platform; participation in the event is optional; candidates are encouraged to use best internet security practices, such as setting a unique, secure password.
  • Event is free for job seekers and open to students/alumni from any college/university
  • Must register for the event to connect with employers since it's a virtual career fair:
  • This is a casual event so wearing a nice shirt/top is recommended as employers may want to video chat with you.
  • Recommended to upload your resume on the account.
  • UNC Charlotte students can go to our website to see Virtual & In-Person Drop-in Hours for resume critiques.
  • #1 tip from fair employers: Research! Do a little research on employers of interest
  • ´╗┐View videos, instructional info, and FAQs here.

Employers Attending

Frequently Asked Questions

What is a virtual career fair? A virtual career fair provides a way for candidates and organizations to connect online during a time-limited event. Each organization will have a virtual "booth" that they can customize with links, videos, social media, logos, and job postings. Candidates can view an employer's booth to learn more about the organization and their hiring needs. Candidates and recruiters can communicate via a text-based chat or video chat.

What platform is the Career Center using for the career fair? Premier Virtual, a career fair platform that offers visual booths, video chat, and text-based chat.

How will I communicate with recruiters? All conversations begin as a text-based chat using the platform's built-in chat box. When you're "in" an organization's booth (as in, you clicked on the button for that organization), you can start a chat with a recruiter - or, a recruiter can begin a chat with you. Some recruiters may ask you to move to a video chat.

Who may attend? Any job seeker may attend this event. The event is targeted at current college students.

 Do I need to register or RSVP? Yes, all candidates must register in order to participate in the fair. Register here. Registration questions: name, email, phone, major/program of study, resume upload (PDF only).

What is the cost? There is no cost for candidates to attend the event.

 What organizations will be there? The list of employers is in the "Employers Attending" section of this page. It is updated in real-time as organizations register (and cancel); organizations will continue to register until the week of the event.

 What do I need to do to participate in the fair? You need to register for the fair and upload a resume in PDF format. You can participate in the fair from any device that has browser access (laptop, desktop, mobile device, tablet). Google Chrome is recommended.

 What is the dress code? Some organizations will invite candidates to video chat, so we recommend that you wear a top that is business casual (ex. collared shirt, dress shirt, polo, dress, blazers, button-up shirts, blouses).

Is the career fair accessibile for individuals with disabilities? Yes, Premier Virtual meets the (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1 (WCAG 2.1) at the AA level. The site offers screen reader and keyboard navigation optimization, supports disability profiles (epilepsy safe, visually impared cognitive disability, ADHD-friendly, blind users, keyboard navigation, etc.). Users can make font and color adjustments. User can access accessibility features by clicking on the round accessibility icon in the bottom left corner of the screen. If you have questions or concerns about the accessibility of the fair platform, we encourage you to reach out to us - contact Brooke Brown at or 704-687-0789.

Which organizations will receive my information? How is the information shared? Organizations will be able to see your name, email, phone, major, college, and preferred pronouns (information from the event registration form) - both during and after the event - if you visit their booth or apply for a position. Organizations whose booths you visit can also see how you interacted with their booth - which links you clicked on and whether you started a chat session. If you don't visit an organization's booth, that organization will not have access to your information through the career fair. You can edit your profile information (including uploading a new resume) at any time - event during the fair - by logging into the Premier Virtual account you created when registering for the fair. As event coordinators, the Career Center will have access to the information from your profile, the number of booths you visited, and the names of the booths you visited.