The Career Development Center hosts a number of careers fairs to connect students and alumni with recruiters from hundreds of companies, non-profit organizations, government agencies, and school districts.
Read the descriptions below to learn about which fairs might be the best fit for you. For the most up-to-date information on career fairs, visit Handshake.
Meet the Recruiters
"Meet the Recruiters" Night, sponsored by Beta Alpha Psi, is a targeted career event for CMU undergraduate and graduate students, and recent alumni with majors/minors in Accounting, Finance, and Information Systems related areas. Company representatives and students network and discuss internships and entry-level professional job opportunities. This event is widely promoted to the specific majors listed above and draws approximately 200 to 300 students.
STEM Career Fair
The STEM Career Fair, hosted by the College of Science & Engineering and Career Development Center, is an event specifically for various applied science majors, such as information technology, computer science, engineering disciplines, mathematics and the sciences.
All Major Career Fair
presented by Alpha Kappa Psi
The All Major Career Fair, is presented by Alpha Kappa Psi Co-Ed Professional Business Fraternity, Career Development Center and the College of Business Administration. It is open to ALL CMU undergraduate majors, graduate students, and alumni, and is promoted university-wide. This event draws approximately 750-900 students.
This event is held in the fall and spring semesters.
Nonprofit and Government Internship and Career Fair
The Nonprofit & Government Internship and Career Fair is sponsored by the Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation, Nonprofit Leadership Student Alliance and CMU Career Development Center. It is open to ALL CMU undergraduate majors, graduate students and alumni.
Student Athlete Career Fair
A unique opportunity for employers to make connections with CMU student athletes.
Health Professions Career Fair
The Health Professions Career Fair is sponsored by the College of Health Professions and the CMU Career Development Center. It is open to ALL CMU undergraduate majors, graduate students, and recent alumni, and is promoted university wide.