Students from all majors campus-wide may meet with representatives from more than 75 companies to discuss career and internship employment opportunities.
9:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. each day
The Industrial Roundtable is open to Purdue Polytechnic students.
The AITP Computing Career Fair is the only computer-related career fair at Purdue open to ALL computing students.
The career fair provides an opportunity for companies to hire highly skilled students prepared to work in today's high-tech environment.
Find out what select companies are looking for as they recruit during the CoT Career Fair Feb. 4.
More than 15 companies will attend this information session, including:
- Cisco Meraki
- Liberty Mutual Insurance Group
- Baldor Electric Company
To help student prepare for the CoT Career Fair Feb. 4, representatives from Purdue Center for Career Opportunities (CCO) will be available to review your resume.
They will spend 8-10 minutes with each student fixing errors and making suggestions for improvements.
To help students prepare for the CoT Career Fair Feb. 4, Purdue Center for Career Opportunities (CCO) representative Mike Mullis and CoT student clubs will discuss:
- How to describe Technology to employers
- Elevator pitch
- How to research companies and ask follow-up questions
Pizza will be provided.
In an effort to help prepare new BCM students for their first BCM Career Fair, Daphene Koch, associate professor of building construction management, and Dawn Lamb, student and industry outreach specialist, partnered to host a Mock Career Fair.
They conducted the event as part of the BCM 10001 (Introduction to Construction). More than half of the class is first-year students. Another 25 percent are students pursuing a BCM minor to complement their majors in interior design, computer graphics technology or mechanical engineering technology.
Thank you to the 114 companies that attended the Fall 2013 Building Construction Management Career Fair Sept. 27 in Mackey Arena. Over 500 students had the opportunity to interact with nearly 350 recruiters from the construction industry.
You can view the Fall Career Fair guide here.
It’s eight months before summer internship season, and Derrek Staley already has at least four offers. He’s not alone.
The recent Building Construction Management Career Fair — one of two during the academic year — is where most BCM students make their connections for internships and jobs after graduation.