Frequently Asked Questions about the Job and Internship Fair
View and search the current and growing list of participating organizations. Employers attending represent a wide range of industries:
- Advertising, PR, Marketing
- Biotech & Life Science
- Commercial Banking & Credit
- Computer Networking
- Government – Local, State, Federal
- Higher Education
- International Affairs
- Internet & Software
- Investment/Portfolio Management
- Investment Banking
- Journalism, Media & Publishing
- K-12 Education
- Management Consulting
- Social Assistance
- Utilities & Renewable Energy
This is a great opportunity to network with potential employers, learn about job and internship opportunities, practice job/internship search strategies such as researching organizations, have personalized conversations with professionals, and gather general information about different career opportunities. No matter what stage of internship or job search you are in, we encourage you to explore.
You create your own schedule. You do not have to attend all sessions. You choose based on your interests and availability. Group sessions are usually 30 minutes long, and some employers may host multiple offerings for your convenience. Most one-on-one sessions are only 10 minutes long. You may attend as many sessions as you like, as long as schedule times don’t overlap.
In order to sign up for sessions with employers, you must first register for the fair. For details on this process, please see Handshake’s instructions for Signing up For Virtual Fair Sessions.
Multiple students can attend group sessions. These sessions are 30 minutes long and are typically set up like an information session. One-on-one sessions are between you and the recruiter. These sessions are 10 minutes long and give you a chance to connect more directly with the organizations’ representatives.
You may reserve a Loeb Center interview room during our office’s working hours (weekdays between 8:30 am – 4:30 pm) for this purpose. Email your request, including date, time, and approximate length of the interview, to email@example.com.
Diversity can include race and ethnicity, but it also can include religious background, sexual identity or any other historically marginalized or non-dominant demographic or identity.
Any students interested in learning more about participating organizations’ DEI initiatives or who are seeking out employers who cultivate diverse, equitable and inclusive workplaces, are welcome to register and participate.
Students who self-identify within any marginalized identity group – including, but not limited to, BIPOC, members of the LGBTQ+ community, military veterans, women and nonbinary students pursuing fields where they are underrepresented, neurodiverse students – are especially encouraged to attend.
This is considered a professional commitment and you are expected to show up if you are on the schedule. If you are unable to attend, please make sure that you remove yourself from the session prior to the session start time.
No. Your information will be kept private and will not be shared with all the employers participating in this event. Only the employers with whom you sign up to meet or interview with will become aware of your identity if you have disclosed it in Handshake and made your Handshake profile visible to employers.
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