Connecting with students of specific majors
The best way to attract students in specific engineering disciplines is to list the majors you recruit during registration. Students can then find your company and the majors you recruit on the grid in the career fair booklet and locate your booth on the booth map when they arrive.
Setting up interviews with students
We will offer on-site interview rooms from 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. The Career and Professional Development Center (CPDC) Career Partners will be given preference to the CPDC interview rooms. If you wish to become a partner, please visit our Career Partner page.
Please register for your day-after-interview space using TartanTrak. Employers are provided with up to 3 interview spaces the day after their TOC attendance. There will be a non-refundable $100 charge for each interview space. Please note that all interviews for the day after the TOC are to be scheduled with students you meet at the job fair. Blank schedules will be provided at your booth for those employers who reserve interview space(s). For questions about day-after-interview logistics, please contact Judy Ellgass at email@example.com or at 412-268-3994.
Schedule a company information session
Many organizations find that an open information session helps increase visibility on campus and provides a forum to discuss their organization's opportunities, structure, and culture. There is no cost to reserve a room for an information session. If you have additional needs such as parking, food, audio-visual equipment, etc., Carnegie Mellon Conference and Event Services is here to help you. Fill out the "Information Session Request Form" in Handshake.
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