UHV sets new date for Part-Time Job Fair
The University of Houston-Victoria’s Part-Time Job Fair will now take place Sept. 8 as the first major event at Jaguar Hall, the university’s residence hall for underclassmen.
The fair originally was scheduled for Aug. 24, but was moved because of the new Sept. 7 start date for freshman and sophomore classes.
“This will be a great event to allow employers looking for part-time help to meet potential student employees and see the new residence hall that these students will call home,” said Eunice Mesa, UHV career services coordinator.
The event, which is sponsored by UHV Career Services, is free for both employers and UHV students. It will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. at Jaguar Hall, 2705 Houston Hwy.
Representatives from local businesses, nonprofit organizations and UHV offices must pre-register by 5 p.m. Sept. 3 at https://www.myinterfase.com/uhv/employer or by contacting Mesa at 361-570-4369 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Employers should let Mesa know if they need access to an interview room or electricity for their table. Free wi-fi access also is available.
Although students do not need to register in advance for the fair, they should come with plenty of resumes and dress professionally.
The University of Houston-Victoria, located in the heart of the Coastal Bend region since 1973 in Victoria, Texas, offers courses leading to more than 80 academic programs in the schools of Arts & Sciences; Business Administration; and Education, Health Professions & Human Development. UHV provides face-to-face classes at its Victoria campus, as well as an instructional site in Katy, Texas, and online classes that students can take from anywhere. UHV supports the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Opportunities for All initiative to increase awareness about state colleges and universities and the important role they have in providing a high-quality and accessible education to an increasingly diverse student population, as well as contributing to regional and state economic development.