Just to clarify, this isn't a duplicate of similar questions where the OP isn't interested in a job but is asking if it is okay to still attend a job fair.
Rather, I'm currently interning at a company I really like until the end of 2019. Everything's going well so far, and they have a pretty high conversion/onboarding rate for interns once they finish their term.
However, there is obviously no guarantee that I will be given a full-time position with them once my internship ends. I've had a couple recruiters reach out to me about an upcoming career fair at my university and was wondering what I should do. I definitely intend to get full-time employment after I graduate.
What should I do? Should I respectfully decline the invitations to drop by those companies' booths during the career fair? They found me through a networking/job site (not LinkedIn). Additionally, would it be disrespectful to my current company if I were to attend the career fair? I have no intention of ending the internship prematurely.