- Employer Expo -- Fall Semester (September)
The annual Employer Expo kicks off our recruiting season and offers a wonderful opportunity for Bucknell students to meet with employers and learn about possible career and internship opportunities. On average over 550 students and 100 employers participate in this event. Registration information and questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Professional & Graduate School Fairs -- Fall Semester (October)
Our annual graduate school events, conducted over two days, attracts nearly 100 admissions representatives from various professional and graduate school programs across the country. For questions contact Linsey Trego.
- Internship & Job Fair -- Spring Semester (January)
This event offers an opportunity for students and alumni to meet, gain
information about industries and employers and learn about internship and job opportunities. Registration information and questions can be directed to email@example.com.
- Engineering Career Network Event -- Spring Semester (February)
The Bucknell Engineering Alumni Association, CDC, and the College of Engineering co-host the annual engineering alumni/student career networking event. All Bucknell engineering students are welcome.
- Bucknellians in Government, Washington D.C -- Summer (June)
Join us for this networking event which will allow students and recent graduates to explore the wide variety of opportunities the government has to offer. Alumni are encouraged to get involved and share their own stories and career paths. Co-organized by the: CDC, BPIP and generously supported by alumna Katie Malague'94. Questions should be directed to Marilyn Shull or 570-577-1238.
- NYC Finance Summit, New York, NY -- Fall Semester (October)
The goal of this career fair is to bring interested Bucknell students to NYC to meet with professionals who work in the many different areas of the finance industry and can offer current hands-on perspectives to them. Participants representing organizations will be stationed at tables around the room. Students will be able to approach them to learn about what they do, as well as, explore any internship and/or full time opportunities they may have available within their organizations.
- Communication & Arts Career Fair, New York, NY -- Spring Semester (February)
This event offers students an environment to network with alumni and parent representatives of various types of communications and arts organizations about their career paths, their organizations and any volunteer, internship and full-time positions they presently have or plan to have available in the future. Transportation available from campus.
- Washington D.C. Career Fair, Washington, D.C -- Spring Semester (March)
This event offers students an environment to network with alumni and parent representatives from the Government, Nonprofit & Public affairs worlds about their career paths, their organizations and any volunteer, internship and full-time positions they presently have or plan to have available in the future. Transportation available from campus.