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by Vault Careers | February 19, 2020

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Career fairs seem to be happening all the time on college campuses. Whether you're looking for a position in engineering, hospitality, communications, or business, there's probably a career fair happening for your preferred industry on campus at some point in the near future—and for good reason! Job fairs are great tools that can help you get your resume into the hands of top employers that are looking for bright young candidates just like you.

These fairs are often trying ordeals, however. There is a lot of competition among students to get the attention of the most desirable organizations, and the representatives from these companies are probably exhausted from answering students' questions for hours on end. It can be tough to rise to the occasion and make the perfect first impression with that kind of pressure. So how do you stand out from the crowd? We've got a few tips!

Check out this video on how to rock a career fair!

Vault has a massive library of videos that can help you polish your resume, sharpen your elevator pitch, and keep your network growing and thriving while you're on the job hunt. The job market is competitive, and a career fair can feel like a huge amount of pressure. So be sure to browse our library for the tips you need to feel confident and to succeed as a candidate at your next job fair

Thinking about going to a career fair for a certain industry but wish you knew what it was like to work in it? Vault can help with that, too! From energy to health care to finance, we've got the inside scoop on what it's like to work in some of today's most exciting industries. Take a look our Explore Industries page and see what kind of work might be the right fit for you.

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