Our events are open to current and former CWRU students. As a research institution, we host employers seeking to hire candidates at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Are you an employer? Visit our employer career fair page for details about registering your organization.
Upcoming Career Fairs
Post-Graduate Planning and Experiential Education will host two virtual career fairs during the fall 2021 semester. Whether you are looking for an internship, a full-time position, or co-op, attending a career fair is an important part of your search.
Leading up to the fair, employers from a broad range of industries will register to attend and you can monitor the events in Handshake to see which organizations have signed up. Save the fairs as “favorites” in Handshake so you remember to sign up once student registration opens Sept. 1.
Engineering, Technology and Science Virtual Career Fair
Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. EDT
Employers who attend this event are interested in recruiting CWRU students and alumni seeking careers in the fields of engineering, computer science, natural sciences, and more.
Business, Arts and Service Virtual Career Fair
Friday, Sept. 24, 2021 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. EDT
Employers who attend this event are interested in recruiting CWRU students and alumni seeking careers in the fields of business, social sciences, law/government, public service, art, and more.
Handshake has a variety of articles to help you navigate the logistics of attending a virtual fair. Review the resources linked below or contact us for further support.
- Guide to attending a virtual fair
- Sign up for sessions
- Participating in a virtual fair
- Video requirements and troubleshooting
Benefits of Attending
When you attend a career fair, you will learn about jobs and meet with employers who are hiring. The career fair is a great opportunity to learn what employers need.
Regardless of your major, year in college, or future goals, there are numerous benefits to attending a career fair. Career fairs provide opportunities to:
- Get first-hand information about a company/organization from a representative. You're likely to get more valuable and accurate information from an employee than you could ever get from a web site.
- Make a positive and lasting impression with employers. Begin to establish your professional image by distinguishing yourself from other candidates.
- Effectively practice professional communication with recruiters and other future colleagues.
To get you ready, we've provided some tips on preparing for a career fair.