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The Purdue Alumni Student Experience (PASE) is dedicated to preparing students for life after college, so we are excited to invite you and all interested Purdue students to our free Mock Career Fair!

Tuesday, September 5
6:30–8:30 p.m. ET
Purdue Memorial Union  |  North and South Ballroom

At the fair, you can prepare for real career fairs ahead of time!

  • Practice the skills that will make you successful at any career fair
  • Network and consult with professionals in education, technology, sales, engineering, science, and other fields
  • Meet with representatives from the Purdue Center for Career Opportunities, the Purdue Writing Lab, and Purdue Libraries
  • Sit for a free professional headshot at the Boilermaker Station Welcome Center.

This Mock Career Fair is a great chance for you to take the steps that could set you apart in that next big interview. Sign up today and make your check-in process faster!

The Purdue Alumni Student Experience (PASE) is dedicated to preparing students for life after college, so we are excited to invite you and all interested Purdue students to our free Mock Career Fair!

Wednesday, September 7
6:30–8:30 p.m. ET
Purdue Memorial Union  |  North and South Ballrooms

This event is open exclusively to PASE members during the first half hour. Attendees must follow all current Protect Purdue COVID-19 protocols.

At the fair, you can prepare for real career fairs ahead of time!

  • Practice the skills that will make you successful at any career fair
  • Network and consult with professionals in education, technology, sales, engineering, science, and other fields
  • Sit for a free professional headshot

This Mock Career Fair is a great chance for you to take the steps that could set you apart in that next big interview. Sign up today and make your check-in process faster!

REGISTER FOR FAIR

This event is sponsored by PASE, the Purdue Center for Career Opportunities, and Ascend Indiana. A statewide employment pipeline, Ascend Indiana is an online platform that connects you with hundreds of jobs and internships throughout Indiana. Start searching today!

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Join PASE

By far the largest student organization on campus, PASE is an essential student branch of the Purdue for Life Foundation. We are dedicated to preparing students for life after college and cultivating a lifelong connection to Purdue. Membership costs $125, lasts throughout your undergraduate career, and comes with many exclusive benefits. If you are not a PASE member yet, join today!
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Patsy J. Mellott

BS College of Health and Human Sciences, 1969
Fishers, IN

Patsy earned a bachelor’s degree in food and nutrition in business from Purdue in 1969, in addition to an MBA in food marketing from Michigan State University in 1970. She retired from Kraft Foods in 2006 after 36 years in corporate food marketing and marketing communications management.

A community volunteer, Patsy serves on the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana Advisory Board and the Purdue College of Health and Human Sciences Dean’s Leadership Council, in addition to the President’s Council Advisory Board. She is a former member of the Health and Human Sciences Alumni Board. Patsy held several offices from 2006 through 2013, including president and treasurer. She serves her community’s Discover Indianapolis Club in Fishers, holding several leadership roles for over 10 years.

Patsy has received several honors, including the Purdue University Nutrition Science Department Hall of Fame recipient in 2009 and the Purdue University College of Health and Human Sciences Distinguished Alumni Award in 2016. She also received the college’s Gold and Black Award in 2016, an honor reserved for donors who have moved the college forward by committing exceptional financial resources.

In addition to endowing two scholarships, the Patsy J. Mellott Scholarship and Patsy J. Mellott HHS Scholarship, she established the Patsy J. Mellott Teaching Innovation Award in the College of Health and Human Sciences in 2013. In 2015, she endowed the Patsy J. Mellott Women’s Tennis Coach Performance Award. She is a lead donor in the Christine M. Ladisch Faculty Leadership Award and the Purdue Women’s Network Virginia C. Meredith Scholarship for the College of Health and Human Sciences.