The Office of Career Services hosts a Career Fair in April each year. This is an excellent opportunity for job seekers to meet employers from the southern suburbs, the metropolitan Chicago area and border areas of Indiana in order to explore job opportunities and to discuss career interests and plans.

Career Fairs also offer the job seeker an opportunity to evaluate potential employers or discover employers they may not have previously considered. Our Career Fairs are open to currently enrolled students, alumni and community members, as well as students from other colleges and universities seeking employment. Admission is free. The only requirements for applicants is that they bring plenty of resumes and dress professionally.

  • On-Campus


    On-Campus Upcoming Career Fairs and Special Events





    Dear GSU Community,


    Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, The Office of Career Services is conducting appointments by phone or through Blackboard Collaborate.  Please email and a counselor will contact you to schedule an appointment.  Our staff will be working remotely Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m. We will respond to your message as quickly as possible.       


     Student Employment Fair

    Virtual Student Employment Fair - September 2, 2020, 2:00-5:00 p.m.

    Interested in working on campus?  The Office of Career Services will be hosting a Virtual Student Employment Fair on September 2, 2020. Apply for Federal Work Study and Regular Student Employment opportunities.  Check back as more information will be available soon.









































  • Off-Campus



    Off-Campus Upcoming Career Fairs and Special Events


    IDHS: Job Fairs and Recruiting Events

    Job Fairs and Recruiting Events. Job Fairs, Employment Events & Agency Sponsored Events. Visit us at one of the upcoming events to learn more about employment with the Illinois Department of Human Services (IDHS)! Check back frequently to see upcoming Job & Employment Fairs IDHS will be attending or IDHS sponsored events.




    Disability Virtual Career Fair


    Learn More at

    Are you a person with a disability
    looking for a career opportunity or internship?



    This Virtual Career Fair is FREE for career seekers with disabilities to attend.

    Experienced professionals, recent college graduates and college students with disabilities meet online with employers across the nation to discuss competitive career opportunities!

    Candidates are invited to interact with employers via chat sessions.





    Access opportunities within a wide range of careers. 

    ·       National employer participation across many industry sectors 

    ·       Public and private sector opportunities 



    Participate from the comfort of your home,
    your dorm room or your favorite coffee shop!

    ·       Multi-tasking chats about career and internship interests 

    ·       End-to-end accessible technology platform 



    Save time and money. 

    ·       No business suit or travel required 

    ·       No printed out resumes necessary 


    Register at 

    Virtual Career Fair Date: August 5, 2020 

    For information: or 770.980.0088 





     Duke University Health System Administrative Fellowship Programs

    *      Duke University Hospital (DUH) Fellowship

    o   Two-year, rotation-based program focused on academic medical center operations

    §  Year 1: Structured Rotations

    §  Year 2: Focused Projects in One/Two Clinical Service Units

    o   First established in 1980

    o   Preceptor: Mary Martin, Chief Operating Officer


    *      Duke Revenue Cycle & Financial Management (PRMO) Fellowship

    o   Two-year, rotation and project-based program focused on revenue cycle operations and financial management throughout Duke Health

    o   No prior revenue cycle or finance experience required

    o   First established in 2007

    o   Preceptor: Keith Stover, Chief Operating Officer


    *      Duke Primary Care (DPC) Physician Network Management Fellowship

    o   Two-year, rotation and project-based program focused on primary care network management

    o   First established in 2016

    o   Preceptor: Elizabeth Long, Chief Operating Officer


    At DUHS, fellows are given substantial responsibility and are considered valuable contributors to the organization. Strengths of all three programs and factors that distinguish them from other fellowships include:


    • Direct mentorship from executive leadership across the enterprise
    • Access to a vast alumni network inside and outside of Duke University Health System
    • A holistic, system-wide approach to healthcare operations
    • Competitive salary and benefits package


    These fellowship programs offer individuals from accredited masters-level degree programs (i.e. MHA, MBA, MPH, MHSA, MSIE, MPA, MD, MSN, etc.) a comprehensive learning opportunity at one of the nation’s top academic health systems.


    We are quickly approaching our first webinar that is taking place in June. We would greatly appreciate you distributing the DUHS Administrative Fellowship Programs information and webinar flyer with your current and past students.


    The DUHS Administrative Fellowship website provides interested candidates with additional details and requirements for each program, including specific directions about how to apply.

      Webinar Dates/Times:




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  • Contact Information


    Office of Career Services: 708.235.3974