Career Fairs

The Career Center sponsors two general on-campus career fairs—one during the fall and the other during the spring semester. 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.

2017-2018 CWRU Career Fairs

Click here for the 2018 Get Experienced Career Fair Map!

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.

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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.

Employer Guides

Use the employer guides below to help research employers and identify companies/organizations attending on-campus career fairs. Create a prioritized 'Must Meet' list of companies/organizations you wish to visit during the fair since you may only have a few minutes with each employer. As of Fall 2017, all Employer Guides can be accessed through Handshake. Click here to view the employers registered for the Spring 2018 Career Fair.

PAST Career Fair Employer Guides
Meet the Accountants Breakfast Employer Guides
Community Service & Internship Fair guides