Approximately 100 employers will once again have the opportunity to reach Princeton University students at the Annual Science & Technology Job Fair.
Exhibit opportunities fill up fast : We urge you to reach out quickly to reserve a spot. Space reservations close on August 30.
In particular, we hope to offer our students increased opportunities in companies that make tangible products, such as structures, machines, and processes. While many of our students are interested in software and IT opportunities, we also have a sizable cohort of students interested in making cars, planes, satellites, chemicals, chips, industrial products, biotechnology, etc.
The fair will be held on campus October 2, from 10am-2:30pm in Dillon Gymnasium.
Dear Employer of Students in Science, Math, Engineering, and Related Fields,
Princeton University attracts some of the brightest students from across the United States and throughout the world. Many are interested in careers in which they can apply their analytical skills, creativity, and intelligence. Princeton's School of Engineering and Applied Science annually sponsors a Science and Technology Job Fair at which employers meet our students and inform them of career opportunities, as well as offering summer positions.
Students at Princeton University can receive degrees in six engineering fields (Chemical and Biological, Civil and Environmental, Computer Science, Electrical, Mechanical and Aerospace, and Operations Research and Financial Engineering), in eight science fields (Chemistry, Molecular Biology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Physics, Neuroscience, Psychology, Geosciences, and Astrophysics), and in Math and Economics. Interdisciplinary work is encouraged. Princeton students are superbly prepared for technical, analytical, and scientific assignments in design, research, analysis, and innovation. Moreover, they are talented writers, speakers, and leaders. In short, they will help your company immensely.
Our Job Fair is ideal for finding exceptionally talented individuals to staff critical projects, as well as bringing in the best prospects for summer internships. It is also an economical way of sustaining name recognition with Princeton students. Last year, over 1,000 undergraduate and graduate students attended.
This year, our Job Fair is being held on Wednesday, October 2, 2019.
Please visit our website for further details and the link to our online registration. We encourage you to use our online registration and payment system at this time, as space is limited and is allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. To guarantee reservation of your space, the registration fee must accompany the online registration. Each company may reserve a single table and may send up to four representatives. Breakfast, lunch, and beverages are provided for company representatives. Please note Princeton’s policies on campus recruiting that are linked on the registration website.
Please submit your online registration by August 30, 2019. After August 30, registrations will continue to be accepted on a space-available basis.
Please do not hesitate to contact the undergraduate affairs administrator, Traci Miller, at email@example.com with any questions or concerns you may have.
Looking forward to seeing you on October 2 at Princeton!
Peter Bogucki, associate dean
Princeton University School of Engineering and Applied Science