Job Fair and Alumni Career Panel Registration

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2023 Student Programming

18401 N. 32nd Street (near SR 51 and Union Hills)
Phoenix, AZ 85032

For more event information check out the Career Services Events page

Students please select the mini Job Fair and/or Career Panel you would like to participate in...

Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) - Tuesday, September 26
Maricopa Community Colleges' STEM degrees and certificates can help you prepare for a career where you can use your skills to solve problems and discover new frontiers. STEM careers involve critical thinking and creative problem solving through research and design
Health Sciences - Thursday, October 5
If you want to help people live better, safer, healthier lives, consider the Health Sciences Field of Interest (FOI).
Our Health Sciences degrees and certificates are designed to give you comprehensive training for health-related work in the hospital, healthcare, or exercise and fitness settings
Computer Technology Information (CIT) - Wednesday, October 18
In the Computer and Information Technology Field of Interest, you can explore careers in gaming, programming, technology support, web design and development, cybersecurity, and more. Maricopa Community Colleges offers advanced laboratories, modern equipment, internships, and flexible and specialized classes where you will learn about computing hardware and software, web-based platforms, networks, telecommunications systems, and other innovative technology.
Emergency Medical, Fire Science, Paramedic - TBA
Employers interested in recruiting Firefighters, EMT's and Paramedics. This is a completely virtual Job Fair and Career Panel
Education - Tuesday, September 26
If you love learning and want to help students discover their potential, the Education Field of Interest is for you. With so many Education certificates and degrees to choose from at Maricopa Community Colleges, you’re sure to discover one that excites you.

Specialize in early childhood education, K-12 education, multicultural education, eLearning design, and more. While studying education can prepare you to be a classroom instructor at virtually any academic level, becoming a teacher isn’t your only career option. You can also learn to design instructional media and materials, work as a school administrator, become a librarian, or provide needed training for workers re-entering the workforce. No matter which path you choose, a background in education can prepare you for a rewarding – and meaningful – career.
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