Each year, typically early in the spring semester, nearly 200 undergraduate and MBA students in real estate meet with companies for internships and full-time employment at the Real Estate Club's annual career fair. The event brings together companies representing a wide variety of real estate-related functions to network with talented young real estate professionals who are ready and eager to advance their careers at entry and mid-career levels.
As an Exhibitor, You Will Receive:
- Concentrated exposure to top job candidates in all areas of real estate
- Dedicated exhibit space
- Complimentary résumé book
Make the most of your campus visit by announcing internship or job openings ahead of time through our powerful online recruiting system and start collecting student résumés right away. You can also schedule interviews in advance.
About Wisconsin Real Estate Students
Through a challenging curriculum on the undergraduate and MBA levels, students master a combination of theory and practical job skills. They are active in the classroom and in the field, traveling to local, national, and international destinations.
Students gain both experience and the skills vital in a competitive workplace from our team of faculty who are on the cutting edge of real estate research and from lecturers who are practitioners in development, valuation, law, and securities investment.
Most of all, they are steeped in the tradition and integrity that all Wisconsin real estate alumni share.
Student Résumé Highlights
- Critical thinking and analysis skills
- Case study experience
- Excel modeling
- ARGUS software
- Bloomberg Professional Service
- SNL Financial
Highlights from Past Career Fairs
Student Employment Outlook Improves Thanks to Real Estate Career Fair, 2011
Real Estate Club Career Fair Brings Together Students and Employers, 2010
To find out more about the career fair and other employer assistance available, contact Sharon McCabe, associate director of recruiting and career services in the James A. Graaskamp Center for Real Estate.