The Career Center Staff invites Rutgers University students and alumni to attend the:
FALL JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR
Tuesday, Oct. 10, 2023
12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
In-person * Athletics Center
Full-Time Jobs • Internships • Part-Time Jobs
Check back frequently for additional employers
Alloy Silverstein Accountants and Advisors
Asociacion Puertorriquenos en Marcha
Barger Tax LLC
Boys and Girls Club of Camden County
CAMcare Health Corporation
Campaign for Working Families, Inc
Campbell Soup Co.
Conner Strong & Buckelew
Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health New Jersey
EMR – European Metal Recycling
Genesis Global Group
Girls Inc. of Greater Philadelphia & Southern New Jersey
Greater Philadelphia YMCA
Independence Blue Cross
Inspira Health Network
Maryland Department of Transportation, State Highway Administration
Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP)
New Jersey Courts
New Jersey Department of Health
New Jersey Department of Law & Public Safety, Office of the Attorney General
New York Red Bulls
NJ Department of Human Services: Office of Auditing
NJ Department of Military & Veterans Affairs
Oaks Integrated Care
On Time Ambulance
Partners for Kids and Families INC
Philadelphia Higher Education Network/PHENND Fellows Program
Rutgers University Police Department (RUPD)
Rutgers-Camden Department of Childhood Studies
State of NJ – Division of Gaming Enforcement
Subaru of America, Inc.
The Bancorp Bank, N.A.
The Kintock Group
The Mercadien Group
The Wyanoke Group
Thomas Jefferson University
U. S. General Services Administration (GSA)
U.S. Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications-Tactical (PEO C3T)
PREPARE FOR THE FAIR
Drop-by resume critique | Lobby – Campus Center
Wednesday, October 4 | 11:00 – 1:00
Thursday, October 5 | 12:30 – 2:30
Or email your resume to email@example.com
RU FAIR READY? WORKSHOP
Tuesday, October 3 | 12:45 – 1:45
West A,B Lower Level – Campus Center
JOB & INTERNSHIP FAIR TIPS
- What to Wear to the Fair
- Review the Career Center’s Resume Basics.
- Additional Resources
Bring plenty of resume to give to employers. Note: some employers will not take resume, but instead will refer you to apply for internships on their website.
The Career Center publishes the list of registered employers along with the majors and jobs/internships that they are recruiting for in Handshake. Review the list and research the organizations. Prepare a few questions for the recruiter to really impress them. Bring enough copies of your resume to give to all the companies that interest you, and a few extras, just in case.
CREATE YOUR 60 SECOND PITCH
Based on the internships that interests you, prepare a short sales pitch as to why you would be a good candidate for them and what you have to offer their organization. Let the recruiter know what skills or experience you possess. Offer your unique selling point; what do you have to offer that no-one else can?
DRESS THE PART
Demonstrate to a recruiter that you are a serious about the job and internship search by dressing professionally. Dress as professionally as your wardrobe will allow and groom.
PREPARE A GAME PLAN
Plan to visit with the employers on your list. Introduce yourself, hand out your resume, and give your 60 Second Pitch. Ask questions and, most importantly, ask for the recruiter’s business card.
THANK YOU & FOLLOW UP
You should walk out of the internship fair with a pocket full of business cards. Be sure to follow-up and thank the recruiter for taking the time to talk with you. Reinforce why you want to work for their organization. And finally, ask for the interview. If, during your conversation with an employer, they instructed you to apply for a position on their website, do so as soon as possible.
DO YOUR RESEARCH