CONNECT WITH EMPLOYERS
All spring 2021 recruiting will take place virtually.
Keep scrolling for details on events and new resources!
Another great forum to uncover potential Spartan friendly opportunities! Before you connect on the site, make sure that you have a complete profile and foundation of connections with fellow Spartan students / engineers, faculty and staff, etc. Faculty and engineering staff are connected with thousands and thousands of alums from the program, so connect to maximize your 1st and 2nd Degree networks.
All Career Fairs will take place virtually in Handshake. Check out Handshakes Guide to Attending a Virtual Fair to help you prepare!
Aug. 25th | 1-6pm
Sept. 14th | 3-6pm
Sept. 16th | 3-6pm
Sept. 21st | 3-6pm
Septembers 23rd | 3-6pm
Sept. 28th | 3-6pm
Sept. 30th | 3-6pm
HOW VIRTUAL FAIRS WORK
Sign up for 1:1 and group sessions with the employers you'd like to meet with. On the day of the fair, simply log into Handshake, navigate to the fair page, and click on the My Sessions tab to start your meetings. Make sure you are using Google Chrome. Check out Handshakes Guide to learn about finding companies, signing up and system requirements.
ATTEND A VIRTUAL CAREER FAIR
OTHER HELPFUL RESOURCES
PREPARE FOR VIRTUAL INTERVIEWS
The vast majority of organizations have moved to virtual operations. This means that you will most likely be participating in video or phone interviews. Though it can be a bit challenging to make a connection with a recruiter using these virtual options, it is possible! Check out these resources to get started: Virtual Interview Webinar | WHO Interview Method | Common Interview Questions
PREPARE FOR VIRTUAL CAREER FAIRS
We've got webinars that covers all things virtual career fairs! Plus make sure to check out Handshake's virtual launch kit + Video Requirements and Troubleshooting for Students
FRAUDULENT JOB POSTINGS
If you have concerns about the legitimacy of a job or internship posting, please contact email@example.com. No legitimate employer will send payment in advance and ask the employee to send a portion of it back. DO NOT provide any personal information especially social security numbers or financial information! Find more tips on avoiding scams here.