NYC Tech Talent Recruiting: Select Spring 2013 University Career Fairs

To aid your campus recruiting efforts, we've compiled a comprehensive guide to over 90 spring 2013 career fairs at top US and Canadian universities.

Download the Spring 2013 Career Fair Guide

Please also see below for our NYC Tech Talent Draft campus partners' spring career fairs. Register with the universities directly if interested in attending any of the listed career fairs.

UniversityEventDateContact
Brown UniversitySchool of Engineering Career Fair

Jan 26, 2013

(401) 863-2677

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Cornell UniversityStartup Career Fair

Jan 30, 2013

Jennifer Soprano

Employer Relations & Recruiting Coordinator

(607) 255-1069

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Harvard University Startup Career Fair

Feb 1, 2013

(617) 495-7784

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tech Fair

Feb 4, 2013

(617) 715-5327

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Carnegie Mellon University Spring Employment Opportunities Conference

 Feb 5-6, 2013

(412) 268-7051

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Massachusetts Institute of Technology Tau Beta Pi Career Fair

 Feb 7, 2013

(617) 253-4733

Email Inquiries                           

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Startup Career Fair

 Feb 11, 2013

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University of Pennsylvania  2013 Startup Fair

 Feb 21, 2013

Claire Klieger

Career Services Associate Director

(215) 898-7529

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Princeton UniversityStartup Career Fair

 Feb 22, 2013

Satomi Yaji Chudasama

Career Services Assistant Director

(609) 258-3325

Massachusetts Institute of TechnologySpring Career Fair

 Apr 4, 2013

(617) 253-4733

Email Inquiries

Register Online

Event Descriptions

School and Event

Description

Brown University

School of Engineering Career Fair

Hosted by the Brown School of Engineering, more than 100 students and over 200 different companies are expected to attend. The fair is open to current Brown School of Engineering sophomores, juniors, seniors and master’s students.

Fee: TBD

Cornell University

Startup Career Fair

A firsthand look at startup careers in New York City’s booming tech hub from CEOs & CTOs from NYC’s leading startups. All students at Cornell University, from all colleges and schools, are invited to attend this on-campus Startup Career Fair

Fee: $250

Harvard University

Startup Career Fair

Meet Harvard College, GSAS, and Extension School students seeking jobs, internships, and information about the start-up field. The Startup Career Fair presents an excellent opportunity to market your organization on campus.

Fee: $50

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tech Fair

Student-run event that seeks to connect the MIT community with a carefully-curated selection of exciting tech companies. At this event, tech giants share space with innovative startups. All of the exhibitors demonstrate their latest products and present their cutting-edge research.

Fee:

Gold: $5000, 2 booth with hotel (sold out); Silver: $2500, 1 booth with hotel; Bronze: $1250, 1 booth.

Carnegie Mellon University 

Spring Employment Opportunities Conference

Two Day Event-Spring Employment Opportunities Conference (EOC) is a campus-wide career fair for ALL students from all majors—whether you are seeking full-time or summer internship opportunities. Last Fall, more than 150 hiring organizations attended.

Fee:

Organizations with more than 100 employees: $850 before January 23, 2013 and $900 January 24-30, 2013. Organizations with less than 100 employees: $400 before January 23, 2013 and $450 January 24-30, 2013.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tau Beta Pi Career Fair

Organized by the MIT Chapter of Tau Beta Pi and held on the first day of the Spring Semester. The fair is a two-part event, starting with the main career fair followed by a networking reception.

Fee:

Basic Registration: $1,800; Non-Profits: $300; Small Business: $800; Silver Sponsorship: $3,100; Gold Sponsorship: $4,500.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Startup Career Fair

Organized by MIT Startlabs, this is a career fair focused on startups in the fields of science and technology. This career fair is open to all students interested in startups.

Fee: $250

University of Pennsylvania

2013 Startup Fair

This event offers you the opportunity to recruit highly qualified University of Pennsylvania students for permanent and/or summer employment and inform the student community more about your organization. Freshmen through Ph.D.s participate in this fair. Almost 1,800 students connected with employers last year.

Fee: $150 ($100 for non-profit organizations)

Princeton University

Startup Career Fair

Connect with talented, entrepreneurial students and be part of history in the making by participating in the first-ever Start-Up Career Fair at Princeton University. This is a great opportunity to increase the visibility of your organization and recruit for full-time job and/or internship positions from among Princeton's top undergraduate and graduate students.

Fee: $50

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Spring Career Fair

The Spring Career Fair is held to provide opportunities that meet the needs of MIT students who have not yet obtained full-time employment or summer internships at the time of the fair. Participation is limited to 42 employers, and the employers selected are tailored to those who are offering opportunities that meet the needs of the attending students.

Fee: Standard: $600. Non-Profit and Gov: $400

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