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Thursday, September 15 - Friday, September 16
12PM - 4PM EST
Jersey Mike's Arena, 83 Rockafeller Rd, Piscataway, NJ 08854

Find Your Next Opportunity

Join this 2-day in-person event to network with employers to discuss full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities from a wide variety of fields.

2,000+

Attendees Per Day

4

Diverse Campuses

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Attendees from Rutgers–New Brunswick, Camden, Newark, and RBHS

250+

Employers

Recruiting for Full-Time, Part-Time, and Internship Opportunities

Career & Internship Mega Fair

Hosted by Rutgers University, Office of Career Exploration and Success
Thursday, September 15 - Friday, September 16
12PM - 4PM EST
Jersey Mike's Arena, 83 Rockafeller Rd, Piscataway, NJ 08854

It’s back! This September, join us in person at our Career & Internship Mega Fair! Over 250 employers (different employers each day) will be available to network with candidates to discuss full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities from a wide variety of fields.This event is only open to Rutgers University (New Brunswick, Camden, Newark, and RBHS) students and alumni from all academic disciplines.

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Schedule an appointment in Rutgers Handshake with a career advisor to assist you (Rutgers University-New Brunswickstudents and alumni) with a range of career-related issues on an individual basis.

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Career Studio

Need help with your fair registration, resume, or cover letter? Drop into our virtual common space where students can drop in and get on-the-spot career assistance.

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OVERVIEW:

The Office of Career Exploration and Success is excited to announce that the Rutgers Fall Career & Internship Mega Fair is back in-person over two days on September 15 and 16.

Our fair is open to students and alumni from all disciplines at Rutgers University (New Brunswick, Camden, Newark, and RBHS) and 200+ employers enabling you to connect and discuss full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities.

Each day, the fair will be segmented by organizations recruiting for technical (i.e., science, technology, engineering, computer science, health), non-technical (i.e., business, arts, communications, education, etc.), and both technical and non-technical positions.

Candidates are welcomed and encouraged to attend both days—as both Thursday and Friday offer a wide variety of employer engagement opportunities.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION:

Candidate registration opens on Monday, August 1, 2022.

  • Current Rutgers University Students: Students can pre-register by logging in to their Rutgers Handshake account. Pre-registration is preferred but not required, walk-ins are welcome.
  • Alumni of Rutgers University RU-NB Alumni: Alumni can pre-register by logging in to their Rutgers Handshake account. Pre-registration is preferred but not required, walk-ins are welcome.
  • RU-Camden & RU-Newark Alumni: Pre-registration is not required, walk-ins are welcome.
  • External to Rutgers University: This event is only available to Rutgers University (New Brunswick, Camden, Newark, and RBHS) students and alumni.  The public is not permitted to attend this event.

IMPORTANT NOTES & HELPFUL TIPS:

  • Registration for employers is an on-going process. Please check back often to see which new employers have registered.
  • This will be a paperless event and employer lists will be provided at the event.
  • We encourage candidates to bring their mobile devices to the event and scan our QR code signage for a fair map and directory.
  • We encourage Rutgers University-New Brunswick students and alumni to download the Rutgers Handshake mobile app (available in both Google Play and the Apple Store) for the most up-to-date fair information and list of employers.
  • Attendance at our fair preparation events listed above grants you access to the #MEGAFASTPASS — a digital pass that enables you to skip the registration line at the fair.
  • Attendance at our fair preparation events listed above and at the fair itself earns you stamps towards the #Rutgersworks Free Tuition Challenge.

PROTOCOLS:

The university and our office are continuously monitoring COVID-19 and are adapting our operations to provide all employers and candidates with a safe recruiting opportunity. All candidates and staff will be vaccinated, and all attendees will be required to wear masks during the event.

All event attendees must provide proof of vaccination or negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before the event when entering the fair. This applies to all populations: students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors. View the full policy here.

QUESTIONS:

Please contact a member of our Industry and Student Connections Team at recruiting@echo.rutgers.edu or 848-445-7287 if you have any questions. We look forward to assisting you with your recruiting needs.

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Registration Status: Employer Registration has reached capacity and is CLOSED for both fair days.

Please consider our many other talent acquisition options available within Handshake. Other services include On-Campus and Virtual Interviews, Employer Networking and Information Sessions, and Job Postings. Direct questions to recruiting@echo.rutgers.edu or 848-445-7287.

Stay tuned for an announcement of the Spring Career & Internship Mega Fair date and time.

OVERVIEW:

The Office of Career Exploration and Success is excited to announce that the Rutgers Fall Career & Internship Mega Fair is back in-person over two days on September 15 and 16.

Ranked New Jersey's #1 public university and in the top 25 in the nation (U.S. News & World Report), Rutgers is among the most ethnically diverse campuses in the nation and Big Ten. Make Rutgers your next step for all your recruiting needs by registering for our Fall Career & Internship Mega Fair.

Our fair is open to students and alumni from all disciplines at Rutgers University (New Brunswick, Camden, Newark, and RBHS)—providing you with a large and diverse population of candidates eager to connect and discuss full-time, part-time, and internship opportunities.

All career-related programs coordinated by Career Exploration and Success for students and alumni are supported by fair revenue. We thank you in advance for both supporting our regular programs and recruiting our candidates.

REGISTRATION:

Employers may register for ONE of the two available days. Each day, the fair will be segmented by organizations recruiting for technical (i.e., science, technology, engineering, computer science, health), non-technical (i.e., business, arts, communications, education, etc.), and both technical and non-technical positions.

We have a variety of fair packages based on early bird registration price and your organization type:

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All packages include:

  • (1) 6x3' Table in an 8x6' Booth
  • Electrical Outlet Access at Each Booth
  • Boxed Lunch for Two Representatives
  • On-site Parking

Note: Double booths have twice the number of amenities.

TRANSPORT & SHIPPING MATERIALS:

Prior to the Event: Please follow these important shipping guidelines to ensure timely arrival and pick-up of your materials:

  • Download and print this shipping label and affix it to EACH one of your packages.
  • Deliveries must be scheduled for arrival between September 6 and September 9.
  • Ship all items to 84 WAREHOUSE ROAD PISCATAWAY, NJ 08854.  NOTE: DO NOT SHIP DIRECTLY TO THE VENUE
  • To expedite the return of displays and/or any leftover materials, please include shipping bills in your packages with instructions for attending representatives.
  • Please schedule a return pick-up with your carrier prior to leaving the fair.
  • For the prompt return of your materials after the fair’s conclusion, you must use the fair venue location: Jersey Mike’s Arena, Rutgers University, 83 Rockafeller Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854 as the pickup location.
  • All material must be picked up from the venue by your designated carrier by 6PM.
  • Career Exploration and Success and the Jersey Mike's Arena staff ARE NOT responsible for the shipping of any packages left behind without proper labels and arrangements following the event.

Transport with you to the Event: For those wishing to bring your materials with you to the event, follow these suggestions:

  • Drop them off at the "Materials Drop-off" location on the side of the RAC.  Access is available from Hospital Rd (see diagram within the "Directions and Parking" section of this page). 
  • From there, event staff will be able to assist you by transporting your materials directly to your booth while you park your car. For GPS directions, use the Jersey Mike’s Arena, located at 83 Rockafeller Road, Piscataway, NJ 08854. 

EVENT PARKING:

Employers:

  • Park in either the Green or Yellow lots on the Livingston Campus closest to Jersey Mike's Arena and must register their vehicles here [COMING SOON] to request a visitor permit during the fair. View the parking map here.

Rutgers University Alumni: 

  • If still driving a vehicle registered during your time as a student on any Rutgers campus, alumni should confirm their removal from university records at least three days before your arrival on campus. Contact the Parking department at info_dots@ipo.rutgers.edu to request removal.
  • Once confirmed, all alumni candidates must register their vehicles here [COMING SOON] to request a visitor permit during the fair. View the parking map here.

CANCELLATION AND REFUND POLICY:

Cancellations must be emailed to recruiting@echo.rutgers.edu by 9AM on September 1, 2022. Please note that submission of a career fair registration obligates the organization and listed contact representative to be responsible for payment of all listed registration fees. Registered organizations not attending the career fair are still responsible for full payment unless they meet the requirements of the Payment and Cancellation Policy.

PROTOCOLS:

The university and our office are continuously monitoring COVID-19 and are adapting our operations to provide all employers and candidates with a safe recruiting opportunity. All candidates and staff will be vaccinated, and all attendees will be required to wear masks during the event.

All event attendees must provide proof of vaccination or negative PCR test taken no more than 72 hours before the event when entering the fair. This applies to all populations: students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors. View the full policy here.

SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:

We have created exciting sponsorship opportunities to maximize your employer's brand on campus and at the fair. Visit careers.rutgers.edu/kort to learn more.

QUESTIONS:

Please contact a member of our Industry and Student Connections Team at recruiting@echo.rutgers.edu or 848-445-7287 if you have any questions. We look forward to assisting you with your recruiting needs.

FAQs

How do you successfully attend a career fair? ›

10 Career Fair Tips for College Students
  1. Research Attending Employers and Companies. ...
  2. Update Your Resume. ...
  3. Prepare for Conversation. ...
  4. Dress Professionally. ...
  5. Arrive Early. ...
  6. Ask Employers Questions. ...
  7. Be Attentive and Courteous During Interviews. ...
  8. Ask for Ways to Stay in Touch.
5 Oct 2021

What is your purpose for joining the career fair? ›

Open up job options. A college career fair offers you the chance to touch base with dozens of potential employers. You can learn what types of jobs they offer and if they have any internships available. You may also find some less than obvious job opportunities that would fit your education and goals.

How do you present your resume at a job fair? ›

Tips for helping your resume stand out at job fairs
  1. Research the companies attending the fair. ...
  2. Create several versions of your resume. ...
  3. Keep it relevant and easy to read. ...
  4. Bring additional job search materials. ...
  5. Have your resume reviewed beforehand. ...
  6. Proofread and check for grammatical or spelling errors.

What questions will I be asked at a job fair? ›

You should also expect to answer common career fair questions about why you chose your major, what you liked most and least about your studies and what your short- and long-term goals are.

How do I prepare for an internship at a career fair? ›

PREPARATION:
  1. Resume:If you do not have a resume already prepared, be sure to have one written and reviewed prior to attending a.
  2. Attire: Many employers expect business professional attire for a career fair. ...
  3. Network: Be prepared to talk about your career interest areas, strengths, educational and work background.

How students can benefit from the career fair? ›

Obtain valuable interview and job search experience from seasoned professionals. Learn about potential internship opportunities. Discuss available positions and submit your resume in person to company recruiters. Develop a network of contacts.

What should you talk about at a career fair? ›

Here are seven kinds of questions that will help you do just that.
  • Ask About a Particular Role. ...
  • Ask About the Hiring Process. ...
  • Ask About Their Experience. ...
  • Ask About Growth and Development. ...
  • Ask About the Company's Products, Services, or Recent News. ...
  • Ask About Company Culture. ...
  • Ask How You Can Stay in Touch.
19 Jun 2020

What is the purpose of a career event? ›

Careers conventions usually take place in schools, colleges and universities while job fairs, may be held in hotels or at local exhibition venues. These events are designed to help you gather information and to explore future career opportunities.

How would you explain job fairs as a recruitment method? ›

Job fairs are like speed dating for recruiting. At a set time and place, companies and job seekers meet and try to find out if they'll match.
...
During the job fair
  1. Speak to as many job seekers as possible. ...
  2. Keep interviews within specific timeframes. ...
  3. Write down notes during interviews.

How many copies of my resume should I bring to a career fair? ›

Depending on the size of the recruiting fair, you will need 20-40 copies of your resume. A good rule of thumb is to research the fair on your Career Fair Plus app to estimate how many recruiters you want to visit, then double that number. It's better to have a few too many copies of your resume than not enough.

How long is an interview at a job fair? ›

By far the most common type of job fair interview. This interview usually lasts no more than two to three minutes and is usually conducted by employers whose main interest is gathering resumes and initial impressions before making decisions as to whether they will move to the next step.

How do you introduce yourself at a virtual career fair? ›

Prepare a few talking points.

So think of an “elevator pitch” about yourself—a short overview about your background, studies, and career goals. Practice with a friend or family member so you're ready when it's time to introduce yourself to a recruiter.

How do you make yourself stand out at a job fair? ›

Before the Event
  1. Find Out Who Will Be There. Look—or ask—for a list of all the companies who will be attending prior to the event, and prioritize the ones you want to approach. ...
  2. Pack Your (Small) Bag. ...
  3. Dress for Success (and Comfort) ...
  4. Don't Be Shy. ...
  5. Get Your Resume in Their Hands. ...
  6. Give a Memorable Goodbye. ...
  7. Follow Up. ...
  8. Take Action.
19 Jun 2020

How do you make a good first impression at a job fair? ›

9 Ways to Make Positive Impressions at Career Fairs
  1. Dress appropriately. First impressions are important. ...
  2. Know the location. Arrive early and give yourself adequate time to know the layout. ...
  3. Prioritize the companies. ...
  4. Be flexible. ...
  5. Introduce yourself. ...
  6. Take notes. ...
  7. Ask the representatives for their card. ...
  8. Be courteous and grateful.

What is one advantage of attending a job fair? ›

The biggest advantage of attending a job fair, besides the possibility of an instant job offer, is networking with employers, recruiters, HR professionals and hiring managers.

What is the meaning of career fair? ›

an event at which people looking for a job can meet possible employers: The school organized a two-day career fair involving 65 companies. Want to learn more?

What are the 3 main skills you would want to learn during the internship? ›

Teamwork; Planning/prioritizing; Decision making/problem solving; and. Verbal communication.

How can I be successful in internship? ›

10 Tips to Make the Most of an Internship
  1. Meet your coworkers. Introduce yourself to everyone in your department. ...
  2. Set goals. ...
  3. Watch and learn. ...
  4. Be professional. ...
  5. Keep busy. ...
  6. Stay organized. ...
  7. Manage your time wisely. ...
  8. Keep track of your projects.

How do you ensure a successful internship? ›

Take advantage of the transition time at the beginning of your internship and ask lots of questions. You are not expected to know what is going on right away, but the faster you learn the ins and outs of daily life on the job, the better off you'll be.

Why fair education is important? ›

Promoting fairness in the classroom not only gives the teacher respect but also gives the students a sense of safeness and trust within the classroom. Creating an environment that revolves around fairness, trust and respect will be beneficial to all of the children in the class.

What should a recruiter say at a career fair? ›

Start with a firm handshake and tell them your name, what you are studying, and year in school. Tell them you are glad to have the opportunity to talk with them about your career interests, and how your experience might fit in with their companies.

How do you start a conversation with a recruiter at a career fair? ›

How to Start a Conversation at a Career Fair
  1. Introduce yourself with a smile. ...
  2. Ask questions you developed while doing your research. ...
  3. Ask questions about the jobs they are hiring for. ...
  4. Ask open-ended questions. ...
  5. Ask questions about the hiring process. ...
  6. Ask about the company's culture. ...
  7. Offer them your resume.
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What do you talk about at a career fair Reddit? ›

BRIEFLY tell me about a project or job experience related to what my company does and the position you want. If my eyes light up or I indicate I'm interested in it, keep talking. If not, mention something else. It won't help you to keep talking after I've lost interest.

What is a career fair interview? ›

What is a career fair? A career fair is a recruiting event in which recruiters and employers meet with potential employees. At the job fair, attendees can talk with recruiters about job openings and career opportunities and possibly even have the opportunity to participate in an on-the-spot interview.

What is the 5 best practices for recruitment process? ›

5 Best Practices to Improve Your Recruitment Process
  • 1) Monitor Job Posting Performance. ...
  • 2) Make the Job More Attractive. ...
  • 3) Make the Application Simpler. ...
  • 4) Don't Blow the Interview. ...
  • 5) Invest in Onboarding.

What is the difference between a career fair and a job fair? ›

For a student, a job fair will be filled with employers on and off campus that are hiring part time positions and internships. A career fair, which may include Premedical Professions, Pre-Law, and other graduate opportunities, is not as exclusively centered on finding a job or filling a particular position.

Is it easier to get a job at a career fair? ›

You may have been told that it's difficult to find employment at a job fair, but that's just not true. By attending a job fair, you have a chance to meet with recruiters face-to-face, have them get to know you, and make an impression.

How many companies should I talk to at career fair? ›

Target your efforts. To make prep work manageable, pick three to five employers you want to focus on and do your homework. Read up on company news, follow the organizations on social media, and see whether they've posted any entry-level jobs online.

How long does it take to hear back from a career fair? ›

Checking in 10-14 days after an initial interaction or after a follow-up message is an appropriate interval, as many recruiters are busy and traveling, and the process of reviewing resumes and interest also takes time. The goal is to be enthusiastic – but not irritating.

How do I sell myself to a recruiter? ›

Have a prepared pitch to sell yourself to the recruiter. This will be a brief three-to-five-minute, concise description of your current responsibilities, past positions and academic background. These skills and experience should be tailored to show that you are perfect for the job you are interviewing for.

Should I bring a resume to a job fair? ›

While job fairs provide a great opportunity to meet hiring managers in person, it's still very important to bring copies of your resume.

How do you answer how should we hire you? ›

How to Answer Why Should We Hire You
  1. Show that you have skills and experience to do the job and deliver great results. ...
  2. Highlight that you'll fit in and be a great addition to the team. ...
  3. Describe how hiring you will make their life easier and help them achieve more.
8 Jul 2022

How do you introduce yourself in a virtual meeting for the first time? ›

How To Confidently Introduce Yourself on Zoom Meetings - YouTube

How do I start a conversation in a virtual interview? ›

Prepare in advance

Log into Handshake and check out their profile, read reviews from peers who've worked or interned there, and scope out recent news coverage of the organization for developments. The better equipped you are to ask thoughtful questions, the smoother your conversation will go throughout the interview.

What should I say in an interview introduction? ›

Greet the interviewer/interviewers and start by formally stating your name, qualification, specific training, interests, or previous experience. How can I introduce myself as a fresher? As a fresher, after stating your name, qualifications, emphasize your interests and industry-specific qualities.

What makes you stand out from other candidates best answer? ›

Your experience – “What makes me unique, is my years of experience in this field of work. I have had many years of experience, but I find that there is always something new to learn. I take time with my work, learn from it and am determined to make myself a better individual from it.

What makes your best employee stand out? ›

Good employees take responsibility for their successes and failures and evoke a sense of trust from their managers and colleagues. They demonstrate values such as dependability, punctuality and autonomy. By working independently and taking ownership of their work, employees can show that they can work on their own.

What is the best way to stand out from the crowd? ›

7 ways to stand out from the crowd
  1. Add a personal touch. ...
  2. Do your research. ...
  3. Start doing the job already. ...
  4. Make use of your other skills and experience. ...
  5. Show your creativity. ...
  6. Show some grit and resilience. ...
  7. Demonstrate a growth mindset.

What are 3 examples of first impressions? ›

Your body language, eye contact, tone of voice, and ability to listen to others all make you a great communicator. A warm smile and the ability to give sincere compliments go a long way in endearing others. These are all examples of first impressions that are impactful and memorable.

What 5 qualities make a great first impression? ›

How to Create a Good First Impression
  • Be on Time. Someone you are meeting for the first time will not be interested in your "good excuse" for running late. ...
  • Present Yourself Appropriately. ...
  • Be Yourself. ...
  • Have a Winning Smile! ...
  • Be Open and Confident. ...
  • Use Small Talk. ...
  • Be Positive. ...
  • Be Courteous and Attentive.

How can I impress at career fair? ›

To make sure you stand out, read the Career Center's strategies and tips to get the most out of our upcoming in-person Career Fair:
  1. Do Your Research. ...
  2. Dress to Impress. ...
  3. Know Your Elevator Pitch. ...
  4. Bring a Well-Polished Resume. ...
  5. First Impressions Count. ...
  6. Know What to Expect the Day Of. ...
  7. Ask the Right Questions. ...
  8. Explore Your Options.
9 Sept 2022

How can I make myself stand out at a career fair? ›

Before the Event
  1. Find Out Who Will Be There. Look—or ask—for a list of all the companies who will be attending prior to the event, and prioritize the ones you want to approach. ...
  2. Pack Your (Small) Bag. ...
  3. Dress for Success (and Comfort) ...
  4. Don't Be Shy. ...
  5. Get Your Resume in Their Hands. ...
  6. Give a Memorable Goodbye. ...
  7. Follow Up. ...
  8. Take Action.
19 Jun 2020

How do I not be awkward at a career fair? ›

11 Tips To Not Be Awkward at a Career Fair
  1. Research who will be there. Originally posted by madewithcode. ...
  2. Ask questions. ...
  3. Look professional. ...
  4. Keep an open mind. ...
  5. Don't be intimidated. ...
  6. Talk to other participants. ...
  7. Prepare an elevator pitch. ...
  8. Leverage your AmeriCorps VISTA service & NCE status.
13 Oct 2018

What should you not do at a job fair? ›

Don't have a clue about your interests or what you want to do. Recruiters and hiring managers come to career fairs to find and hire talent — not to do career counseling. It is inappropriate to expect them to help you figure out what you want to do.

How do you make a good first impression at a job fair? ›

9 Ways to Make Positive Impressions at Career Fairs
  1. Dress appropriately. First impressions are important. ...
  2. Know the location. Arrive early and give yourself adequate time to know the layout. ...
  3. Prioritize the companies. ...
  4. Be flexible. ...
  5. Introduce yourself. ...
  6. Take notes. ...
  7. Ask the representatives for their card. ...
  8. Be courteous and grateful.

What should you talk about at a career fair? ›

Here are seven kinds of questions that will help you do just that.
  • Ask About a Particular Role. ...
  • Ask About the Hiring Process. ...
  • Ask About Their Experience. ...
  • Ask About Growth and Development. ...
  • Ask About the Company's Products, Services, or Recent News. ...
  • Ask About Company Culture. ...
  • Ask How You Can Stay in Touch.
19 Jun 2020

What do recruiters ask at a career fair? ›

There are several common questions recruiters ask candidates at a job fair, like: Tell me something about yourself. How did you hear about this position? Why do you want to work here? Why did you decide to apply for this position?

How do you start a conversation with a recruiter at a career fair? ›

How to Start a Conversation at a Career Fair
  1. Introduce yourself with a smile. ...
  2. Ask questions you developed while doing your research. ...
  3. Ask questions about the jobs they are hiring for. ...
  4. Ask open-ended questions. ...
  5. Ask questions about the hiring process. ...
  6. Ask about the company's culture. ...
  7. Offer them your resume.
4 May 2021

What are the 5 principles of fair employment? ›

Fair employment practices are based on the five principles below.
  • Recruit Based on Merit. ...
  • Respect Employees. ...
  • Provide Fair Opportunities. ...
  • Reward Fairly. ...
  • Comply with Labour Laws.

Is it good to attend job fair? ›

Job fairs give you the opportunity to contact many potential employers at one place, learn more about the companies you are interested in, meet and share ideas with fellow job seekers and build professional contacts. Not to forget, there is a good chance you may even land a job!

Is it easier to get a job at a career fair? ›

You may have been told that it's difficult to find employment at a job fair, but that's just not true. By attending a job fair, you have a chance to meet with recruiters face-to-face, have them get to know you, and make an impression.

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