Programs and Events

The Career and Internship Center offers a variety of programs and events throughout the year, ranging from interview-focused hiring events to graduate school fairs and internship support options. Please use the links below to navigate these resources. The Career and Internship Center also hosts a series of seminars on various topics, and accepts requests for hall and student group programs.

Calendar of Events (Overall calendar of all upcoming events)

Career Center Seminar Series (Weekly “workshops” held at the Career Center covering topics like networking, interviewing, and the internship search)

Career and Internship Connections (Off-campus career fairs and interview days held over the January break in NYC, DC, Boston and LA)

Career Fairs (including our on-campus career fairs held in October and February, as well as career fairs throughout the country)

Engineering and Technical Career and Internship Connection Fall and Spring

Law School Evening (On-campus event in early fall where several law schools visit campus and host informational tables)

New York Minute (Interview day in New York City for SENIORS interested in post-graduation full-time jobs in banking, finance and consulting.  Held in early fall.)

New York Recruiting Program (Interview day in New York City for JUNIORS interested in internships in banking, finance and consulting.  Held in January.)

On-Campus Interviewing (Information for students interested in interviewing with companies who come to campus.)

REACH Funding (Small stipends for students who have secured an unpaid summer internship.)

Requests for a Career Center Program (Bring your hall, group or organization to the Career Center for a workshop!)

Networking Events (Both on-and-off campus events giving students an opportunity to connect with alumni!)

*ALL of these events and as well as new jobs and internships are advertised weekly in our digest emails.  Engineering students also have access to the engineering blog. Missed a week?  See this week’s digest (and older versions) and a link to the blog here.