Past Employer Site Visits
Join Us on an Employer Site Visit
Ever wonder what day to day life is like in the career field you are considering? Ever wish you could take a field trip to visit and see what it is really like? Now you can! Join us for an Employer Site Visit and get a glimpse of your future by visiting employers and talk with current employees about their experiences. Site Visits happen throughout the semester and participation is FREE! Each visit is focused on a particular career field and the focuses rotate each semester.
Spring 2018 Employer Site Visits Coming Soon!
How Do I Apply?
You must RSVP to reserve your spot at the site visit. Sign up now because spots fill up fast!
Reserve your spot through your UCareerPath account.
- Go to https://utah-csm.symplicity.com/sso/students/
- Login using your uNID and CIS password
- Go to EVENTS
- Select INFORMATION SESSIONS
- Search for Employer Site Visit- Myriad
- Complete the RSVP
Why Should I Go on an Employer Site Visit?
"Simply put, Employer Site Visits are incredible! I attended the Going Global Employer Site Visit and it was very eye opening and connected me with some valuable networks. The most important connection I made was with the World Trade Center Utah. I had done my research and really wanted to get involved there and the Site Visit put me right where I needed to be to build my network and boost my chances of joining the team. I applied for their Business Outreach and Programs Fellowship and ultimately got the job in large part to the connections I made with WTC Utah. " - Riley Greenwood, Economics '16
"An Employer Site Visit helped me narrow down where I want to work and expand my network. The career coaches were extremely helpful and knowledgeable. Now I am great friends with one of the organizations, Kidnected World, that I was introduced to by a Site Visit, and I sometimes collaborate with them. Because of a site visit; I have made great friends who are passionate about helping kids in our community and all over the world. I feel so grateful to have met them, and to have participated in an Employer Site Visit." - Shareen Kayyali, International Studies