News: Guide to the Career Fair
Posted September 7, 2017
Your Guide to the Career Fair
The Georgia Tech Career Fair will be held on Monday, Sept. 11, and Tuesday, Sept. 12, at the Campus Recreation Center.
More than 350 of the world’s leading companies will be on campus to recruit Tech students for internships, co-ops, and full-time positions. The Career Fair is open to students from all majors and class levels and is an excellent opportunity for networking and professional development.
Important information about this year’s fair:
- The fair will be open from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.
- There is no need to pre-register for the fair.
- Dress is business formal.
- Company information, including job openings, international eligibility, and booth locations, can be found on the Career Fair app (Apple or Google) or at career.gatech.edu/all-majors-career-fair.
- Backpacks will not be permitted.
What to Know if you Go
The Georgia Tech Career Fair Team reached out to Tech students who have had success using the Career Fair in their career development. Here is some insight from a few fellow Yellow Jackets on how to make the most of the Career Fair.
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"The best advice that I can give to Georgia Tech students is to come to the fair well rested and full of positive energy. Recruiters are interested in students who are excited about the career opportunities ahead of them. Treat the Career Fair as a chance to prove to employers that you are someone that they will want to work with and that you will be an awesome asset to their team. You never know where a conversation will take you, so be sure to put your best foot forward on Career Fair day.
The Center for Career Discovery and Development offers resources to assist students in preparation for the Career Fair. Take advantage of these opportunities. Also check out the major specific career fairs coming up for additional networking and job opportunities.
Be sure to follow us on Facebook for important Career Fair updates and additional tips and resources for success.
Good luck, Yellow Jackets — see you at the fair!
— Jake Salesky, mechanical engineering major and 2017 Career Fair president