2012 Big Ten Conference Career Expo presented by Bacterin International - Friday, March 9 from 9 AM - 3 PM
Union Station in Downtown Indianapolis
The Big Ten Conference Career Expo presented by Bacterin International is a great place to look for a job whether you are looking for an internship, just graduating from college or looking to make a job change. It is open exclusively to students and alumni for the 12 Big Ten universities.
The Big Ten Career Expo presented by Bacterin International is a great place to look for a job, internship or new opportunity. It is open exclusively to students and alumni of the 12 Big Ten universities. This Career Fair is not like others. In a survey following the 2011 Expo, 83% of the employers said they planned to contact students and alumni for job openings.
- • Free to attend!
- • Open only to Big Ten students and alumni
- • Cyber cafe for students and alumni - career counselor professionals will be available to give you points on interviewing and offer suggestions on how to make improvements to your resume which you can then edit and print on computers and printers provided in the cafe
- • Free breakout sessions - The Sporting Life: Careers in Sports and Accelerate Your Brand with Social Media
- • Win basketball tickets throughout the day
- • Register on line and attend and be entered in drawing for a new iPad
- • Reduced ticket prices for Big Ten Men's Basketball Tournament (current students only and available through university ticket offices)
Join us on Friday, March 9 for the 2012 Big Ten Conference Career Expo presented by Bacterin International.
During the Expo, there will be a breakout session focused on careers in sports. The session runs during the Expo from 10:30–11:30 a.m. Panelists for the Careers In Sports: The Sporting Life include:
- • Bill Benner – Senior Associate Commissioner for External Affairs at the Horizon League. Previously he was a sports columnist for the Indianapolis Star.
- • Carl Daniels – Senior Manager at Adidas responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with key staff members from the National Basketball Association and selected individuals from teams within the league.
- • Mike Fox – Stadium Director for Lucas Oil Stadium and formerly Stadium Director at the RCA Dome. In this role he manages the facility that hosts NCAA’s Men’s Final Fours Big Ten Football Championship games, and most recently Super Bowl XLVI.
- • Holly Heitzman – Athletic Trainer for St Vincent Sports Medicine. In addition to her work at St. Vincent, she also spent eight seasons as athletic trainer for the Indiana Fever of the WNBA.
- • Clark Kellogg – Lead college basketball analyst for CBS Sports and Vice President of Player Relations for the Indiana Pacers.
- • Molly Mason – Vice President of Marketing and National Accounts for Bacterin. Bacterin is on the cutting edge of sports medicine. Over the course of the past year, the company has been working on developing therapies that will return young student athletes to competition.
- • Allison Melangton – President and CEO of the 2012 Super Bowl Host Committee. She has more than 25 years of national and international experience in sports and events management, and has worked seven Olympic Games for NBC Sports.
- • Eddie White – Director of Corporate Communications for Pacers Sports & Entertainment. He will serve as moderator for the panel.