Upcoming Events

Major Events

The ADC and Alumni Office are currently hosting the Become Legendary Challenge. To get a Become Legendary Challenge card, and learn more about the requirements to be legendary (and get a free and fabulous Become Legendary shirt) visit an ADC near you.

Campus Visits

Glanbia Foods
October 29, 6 pm , SMI 404 | Info Session
October 30, 8 am-5 pm, MC 124A | Interviews
Headquartered in Twin Falls, Idaho, Glanbia Foods, Inc. is one of the largest producers of cheese and whey-based ingredients, and the largest barrel cheese manufacturer in the world. They are on campus to recruit Accounting, Supply Chain and Food Science majors. Interested students should apply on Career Navigator.

Cooper Norman
October 30, 8 am-5 pm, MC 124F | Interviews
Since its founding in 1954, Cooper Norman has grown to become the #1 public accounting firm for quality service and innovative planning ideas. Cooper Norman will be on campus interviewing for Staff Accountant and Tax Intern positions. Accounting majors are encouraged to apply on Career Navigator.

Baylor Law School
October 30, 3:30-4:30 pm, MC 174A | Info Session
Ranked third in the nation for advocacy by US News and World Report, Baylor Law School is a professional school that combines theory with practice and nurtures a commitment to service and responsibility. Established in 1857, Baylor is centrally located in Waco, Texas. Come learn about their programs and what they are looking for in competitive applications. All majors are invited.

University of Detroit Mercy, School of Dentistry
October 30, 7:00-8:30 pm, BEN 287
A leader in dental education for more than 75 years, the UDM School of Dentistry has a hospital-based clinic, the largest of any dental school in the United States, that provides fourth-year students with the opportunity to care for medically compromised patients, and offers a rich learning experience which is unique in American dental education. They will be on campus to discuss their programs and the opportunities it could present for you and your dental career. All students are invited to attend.

BYU Master of Science in Technology: Construction Management 
November 3, 5pm, AUS 105 | Info Session
BYU will be on campus to talk about their graduate degree in Construction Management. The Master of Science Degree in Construction Management is designed for CM graduates or experienced construction managers who want to expand their knowledge of leadership and construction company management, teach at the college or university level, or focus on research relating to the construction industry. Come learn about the application process and expectations. All majors invited to attend. 

Virtual Visits

General Motors
November 12, 4 pm, MC 127C
General Motors will be hosting a virtual visit to discuss opportunities available with them in the coming months. Interested students should apply on career navigator (job IDs: 43137, 43138, 43170, 43171, 43172, 43173) and attend the virtual visit. If enough qualified interested students apply, the Academic Discovery Center will host an expedition to Detroit during winter semester so that students can visit the GM campus and interview for specific jobs. Automotive, Engineering, Business, Supply Chain, Economics and Finance majors are encouraged to apply.

Workshops

Succeeding in Your Internship, Grad School and Career
October 28, 12:45 pm, MC 127C
October 29, 5:30 pm, I-Center 104A
November 1, 9am, MC 127C
Sixth in the Career Workshop Series, this workshop discusses strategies for success in internships and beyond.

Discovering Your Future Career: Self Awareness, Goals and Assessments
November 4, 12:45 pm, MC 127C
November 5, 5:30 pm, I Center 104A
November 8, 9 am, MC 127C
First in the Career Workshop Series, this workshop will address career & major selection in terms of self-awareness, setting goals and utilizing interest and skill assessments.

Health Profession Application Workshops: Interviewing
November 5, 2 pm, AUS 156
November 6, 1 pm, AUS 151
Come learn ways to excel at your health profession school interviews. Types of interviews, typical questions asked and how to prepare and navigate the interview process will be discussed.

Other Events

Deseret Management Corporation Fair
October 30, all day, Salt Lake City | Career Fair
Deseret Management Corporation, the managing company for KSL, Deseret News, Temple Square Hospitality, Deseret Digital Media, and others across the country, will be holding the first career fair for the public. They have many job openings in the UT, AZ, CA, WA areas. The fair will take place from 12-2pm at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building in Salt Lake City. If you are interested in attending, you can purchase a bus ticket for $25 through the ticket office. The bus will leave the BYU-Idaho Center at 7am and will return around 7pm. The deadline to purchase tickets is October 28 at midnight. This event would be ideal for our Communication and Graphic Design students.

MS in Finance Preview Day
November 6-7, all day, University of Utah Campus
The David Eccles School of Business will be holding a "MS in Finance Preview Day." Interested BYUI junior and senior business majors are invited and encouraged to attend. There will be an optional group business case study competition as part of the event. The details of the business case study competition will be provided to those who sign up approximately four weeks in advance of the event. The case study will be worked in groups of 3 to 5 students. This is an excellent opportunity to explore this one-year Finance and Risk Management Graduate program and to meet the faculty and other business students from eight colleges and universities in the Rocky Mountain area. More information can be obtained from CBC Advisement Center located at 227 Smith. 

Upcoming Expeditions

New York City, Business
November 1-5
Hosted by the College of Business and Communications.

Las Vegas SEMA conference, Automotive
November 3-7
Hosted by the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering.

Atlanta, Welding
November 10-13
Hosted by the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering.

Burbank, Art
November 20-24
Hosted by the College of Performing and Visual Arts.

Provo, Chemistry
November 25
Hosted by the College of Physical Sciences and Engineering.

Salt Lake City, Economics
December 3-4
Hosted by the College of Business and Communications. 

Orlando, Baseball Meeting PBEO
December 7-11
Hosted by the College of Business and Communications.