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Fall Career Fair -Thursday, October 2, 2014
O'Connor Recreation Center
Community members that wish to attend the Fall Career Fair must be current college students or college graduates to be admitted to the fair.
Not a full-time JHU Student?
The above events are open to all current college students and college graduates. Undergraduates, graduates and college alumni are welcome to attend. No registration is required. For more information about visiting campus, please click here.
Non-Profit, Government, and Policy Career Fair- Thursday March 6, 201411:30am-2:30pm
Glass Pavilion, Levering Hall
Career Fair Instructions
JHU Career Fairs are are open to Hopkins undergraduates, graduate students, alumni, and community members currently attending college or with college degrees. Click here to see a list registered employers! Check your J-Connect account to view details about the employers who have participated in each of these fairs in the past. If you do not have an account, register here. To learn how you should prepare for a career fair, review the Career Fair Preparation handout.
Spring Career Fair -Thursday, February 6, 2014
O'Connor Recreation Center
Community members that wish to attend the Spring Career Fair must be current college students or college graduates to be admitted to the fair.
JHU Consortium Career Fairs 2014-2015
Career and Internship Connection Career Fairs, January 2015
The Career Center will release information about the Career and Internship Connections (CICs) 2015 in November
Boston, January 6, 2014: Boston Common Hotel & Conference Center
New York City, January 8, 2014: American Management Association Conference Center
Los Angeles, January 9, 2014: Olympic Collections Conference Center (West LA)
Washington, DC, January 10, 2014: FHI Development 360 LLC Conference Center
The Open Forum - 9:30-11:30AM
- Employers exchange information and collect resumes, while educating and motivating internship and full-time employment candidates
- Recruiters distribute materials, identify candidates and, if they desire, add students to afternoon interview schedules.
- Employers receive resume collections approximately one month prior, and interviews with pre-selected candidates are scheduled in advance.
- Additional interviews, as a result of morning interactions, can be arranged
What is the CIC?
Career and Internship Connections are off-campus career and interview fairs scheduled during winter break, so you have the time to travel to the cities you might be interested in! There are a couple of different ways to navigate the fairs, the best and most proactive one is to register, upload your resume, and APPLY for positions by the November DEADLINE. You may then be selected for interviews by employers, select a time and be interviewed at the event!
INTERNSHIPS AND FULL-TIME JOBS!!
These innovative off-campus events allows students to network and interview with companies in New York, Washington DC, Boston, Los Angeles! This is the 14th year of the consortium events (it includes 17 other schools). Last year's events boasted over 200+ employers in EVERY type of field! Registering for the events early means you’ll get updated information on the events, employers attending, and jobs posted. You can also create search agents to send you postings in particular cities and/or fields.
Visit http://www.rochester.edu/careercenter/cicstudents/ and click on the registration tutorial for complete registration details. This year's PASSWORD TOKEN is “cic2014”
Registration available NOW – the DEADLINE is MONDAY, DECEMBER 2. Please Visit https://cic.experience.com/ and click on the cities to get the lists of companies registered thus far. As always, the Career Center is ready to assist as you create resumes, navigate the CIC web system and prepare for CIC interviews.
Maryland Career Consortium Career Fair (MCCCF) 2014February 2015
Location: Towson Center, LoyolaUniversity
10 AM - 2:30 PM
Find out more at: www.marylandcareerconsortium.org/careerfair.
This event is for current college students and college graduates
The Career Expo for People With Disabilities & Wounded WarriorsDATE: Monday, November 19, 2012
TIME: 10:00 AM- 3:00 PM
LOCATION: Ronald Reagan international Trade Center -1300 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. , Washington, DC 200047
Join us at our Washington, DC Career Expo to meet with Fortune 500 companies and government agencies looking to recruit new talent. We would like to remind you that you must pre-register online in order to attend this event.
To pre-register, go to www.eop.com/expo
For further info, e-mail us at email@example.com
FREE ADMISSION TO CAREER EXPO You must be dressed in business or military attire when attending the Career Expo. Bring numerous, printed copies of your resume to give to potential employers. Must be at least 18 years of age
Here are some of the many companies that will be recruiting at the Career Expo: Aerojet Corporation, Boeing Company, Bronze Sponsor, Capital One, Bronze Sponsor, Centers for Medicare & Medicaid, Central Intelligence Agency, Comcast, Constellation Energy, Defense Security Services, FDIC, Federal Aviation Administration, Food and Drug Administration-CBER, Freddie Mac, Bronze Sponsor, Internal Revenue Service, Johns Hopkins University-full-time Graduate Studies, Lockheed Martin, National Credit Union, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency, National Science Foundation, National Security Agency, NAVAIR, NAVSEA, Next Era Energy, SPAWAR, Transporation Security Administration, US Agency for International Development, US Air Force-Civilian, US Census Bureau, US Department of Defense (DCPAS/RAD), US Department of Energy, US Department of Justice, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, US Secret Service, US Department of State, University of Virginia, and many more....
Association On Higher Education And Disability (AHEAD)
Career Opportunities for Students With Disabilities (COSD)
Baltimore Idealist Grad FairSeptember 30, 2013
Location: Levering Hall, GlassPavillion
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Find out more at: http://www.idealist.org/view/fair/dC7hB2X4pNcp/view
This event is for current college studnets and college graduates
The Idealist Grad Fair is free, open to the public, and meant for anyone thinking of going to grad school to further their social impact career. At the fair, you can meet representatives from 60 schools that offer degrees in social work, public health, public administration, international affairs, information science, and lots more.
RSVP for the event at http://idealistbaltimore.eventbrite.com/
The Baltimore Idealist Grad Fair is generously hosted by the Johns Hopkins University School of Education. If you have questions about the fair, contact the JHU School of Education, http://education.jhu.edu