Case Western Reserve University
Carnegie Mellon University
Johns Hopkins University
University of Rochester
Join us for the 5th annual ETCIC in New York City!
This unique recruiting event features BOTH a career fair and face-to-face interviews with employers seeking technical candidates for jobs and internships. Not only can you network with employers in a traditional career fair setting, you can also apply for jobs and internships before the event to be considered for interviews!
Friday, October 9, 2015
9:30-11:30am Career Fair
12:30-5:00pm Interviews [YOU MUST APPLY BY SUNDAY September 20th, 2015 (extended deadline) TO BE CONSIDERED FOR PRE-SCHEDULED INTERVIEWS!]
AMA Conference Center: 1601 Broadway (entrance on 48th Street), Times Square, New York City
What is the Engineering and Technical Career and Internship Connection (ETCIC)? Why should I go?
- The NYC ETCIC is a career event open to students and alumni of ETCIC member schools: Bucknell University, Case Western Reserve University, Carnegie Mellon University, Clarkson University, Haverford College, Johns Hopkins University, Swarthmore College, Syracuse University, Tufts University, Union College, University of Rochester.
- The event has a morning career fair open to all students from the consortium schools and afternoon pre-arranged interviews (that you apply for AHEAD of time – by Sunday, September 20, 2015 – Note extended deadline).
- Many of these employers will not be traveling to your home campus, but will be happy to meet with you at the event in New York City. These events are an excellent opportunity to network and interview face-to-face with prospective internship and full-time employers.
- Click here for the list of registered employers to date.
What’s the process? How is the day organized?
- The day is broken up into TWO parts – a morning career fair (9:30-11:30am) open to all students from consortium schools, and afternoon interviews (12:30-5pm).
- Apply for interviews by uploading your resume and applying to individual jobs and internships by Sunday, September 20, 2015 – note extended deadline.
- During the morning career fair, ALL students (with or without interviews) can connect with employers to obtain information about their organization and available internships and full-time job opportunities.
- Some employers may leave room on their interview schedules and add students based on their morning conversations with students.
How do I register for the event?
Registration is required for this event:
- Click on your school name if you attend: Johns Hopkins or University of Rochester – Search for the ETCIC event, job postings and interviews in your college job posting system.
- Click on your school name if you attend: Case Western Reserve University, Carnegie Mellon University, Haverford College or Tufts University – Use the links here to access your school specific system, and follow the on-screen instructions.
- If you attend: Bucknell University, Clarkson University, Swarthmore College, Syracuse University, or Union College, click here to log in.
- Click “ETCIC Sign On”
- Click “Need an account” and create a Student account using your school email address. (Alumni may use any active email account.)
- Note that if you are a current student, you may already have an existing account in the system if your school sent us a student download. If this is the case, it will tell you and provide a link to sign in and reset your password.
How do I apply for interviews?
- Access/create your Handshake account and complete your full profile.
- Register for the ETCIC event (click Events on left-side navigation bar).
- Upload a resume. You may upload multiple resumes, cover letters or transcripts, if needed.
- Search and apply for positions: once you’ve uploaded a resume, you can search for specific positions using the “etcic” label. All ETCIC job titles begin with “ETCIC.”
- Apply for EACH position you are interested in! At the top left of the job description is a blue button marked “Apply.” Clicking this button will either allow you to select from existing documents or upload new ones. Once uploaded documents are selected, your application will be submitted and you can track your application status by clicking “Applications” on the lefthand navigation bar. Applying for positions will connect your resume and other required documents to the position for the employer to review.
- You can still attend the event if you missed the deadline to apply for interviews, or if you applied but didn’t get any interviews, Some employers add students to their interview schedules on the day of the event.
Questions? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.