Career Fairs and Events

Event flyer for Brandeis Business, Consulting & Finance Industry Meetup

September 16, 2020

The Brandeis Business, Consulting and Finance Virtual Career Fair is designed to help students meet, connect and learn from employers and alumni that currently work in the business, consulting and finance industries. Though most organizations will be looking to recruit candidates for full-time and internship positions at this event, it also presents YOU with the opportunity to grow your network, ask questions and practice meeting employers in a virtual setting.

Expect to interact with representatives from top organizations such as Analysis Group, Cornerstone Research, CREST, Federal Reserve Bank, HubSpot and JPMorgan as well as graduate school representatives that offer a wide array of programming related to these industries. 

You should attend BFC to...

  • Learn exclusive insights about companies, roles, the hiring process and what makes a good candidate.
  • Make meaningful connections with employers and alumni in the field.
  • Explore job and internship openings (this is your opportunity to ask specific questions about the role you hope to apply to!).
  • Practice your pitch and work out any nerves or kinks with what you want to say. Employers know that this is an event for you to learn, inquire and practice; so don't worry about perfection!

All undergraduate students are welcome regardless of major, class year or career goals. Please note that there is a virtual component to this event (details in the accordion below).

Co-sponsored by the Hiatt Career Center, the Brandeis International Business School, the Brandeis Undergraduate Business Program and the Brandeis Economics Department.

Technology and Innovation Career Fair Flyer

October 8, 2020

The Technology and Innovation Virtual Career Fair is the University's largest tech industry event of the year. Employers that will be in attendance represent diverse roles and areas within tech including research, software engineering, system analysis, security and compliance, data and development. In addition to meeting and networking with recruiters, you'll also learn about full-time and internship positions they hope to fill. This is an opportunity to grow your network, ask questions, inquire about openings and practice talking to employers in a virtual setting. 

Expect to interact with representatives from top organizations such as The Broad Institute, HubSpot, Epic, MEDITECH and more as well as graduate school representatives that offer a wide array of programming related to these industries. 

You should attend the Tech and Innovation Fair to...

  • Learn exclusive insights about companies, roles, the hiring process and what makes a good candidate.
  • Make meaningful connections with employers and alumni in the field.
  • Explore job and internship openings (this is your opportunity to ask specific questions about the role you hope to apply to!).
  • Practice your pitch and work out any nerves or kinks with what you want to say. Employers know that this is an event for you to learn, inquire and practice; so don't worry about perfection!

All undergraduate students are welcome regardless of major, class year or career goals. Please note that there is a virtual component to this event (details in the accordion below).

Co-sponsored by the Hiatt Career Center, Brandeis International Business School, Computer Science Department, Computer Linguistics, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Career Office, Hassenfeld Innovation Center, Maker Lab and Office of Technology Licensing

Government and Public Service Fair Flyer

October 21, 2020

The Brandeis Government and Public Service Virtual Career Fair is your gateway to connect, network and gain valuable insight from representatives from the government, public service and nonprofit industries. In addition to engaging with professionals, you'll also learn about the current full-time, internship and volunteer openings that are available at their organizations. 

Attendees can expect to interact with representatives from City Year, Pathfinder International, U.S. Department of Health, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Human Resources Division and more! The roles of the representing employers include Americorps members, marketing managers, digital & social media content specialists, legislative aides and human resources professionals. 

You should attend the Government and Public Service Fair to...

  • Learn exclusive insights about companies, roles, the hiring process and what makes a good candidate.
  • Make meaningful connections with employers and alumni in the field.
  • Explore job and internship openings (this is your opportunity to ask specific questions about the role you hope to apply to!).
  • Practice your pitch and work out any nerves or kinks with what you want to say. Employers know that this is an event for you to learn, inquire and practice; so don't worry about perfection!

All undergraduate students are welcome regardless of major, class year or career goals. Please note that there is a virtual component to this event (details in the accordion below).

Biotech, Health & Science Event Flyer
Biotech, Health & Science Career Fair

February 10, 2021

*Please note: This event is planned to be held in-person on Wednesday, February 10. This may be subject to change and move to a virtual setting if needed. Check back for updates as we get closer to the event date. If the event is in-person, it will be held in the Shapiro Science Center.

The Brandeis Biotech, Health and Science Career Fair is designed to help students meet, connect and learn from employers and alumni that currently work in these industries. Though most organizations will be looking to recruit candidates for full-time and internship positions at this event, it also presents YOU with the opportunity to grow your network, ask questions and practice meeting employers all in one place!

Expect to interact with representatives from top organizations as well as graduate school representatives that offer a wide array of programming related to these industries. 

You should attend the Biotech, Health & Science Fair to...

  • Learn exclusive insights about companies, roles, the hiring process and what makes a good candidate.
  • Make meaningful connections with employers and alumni in the field.
  • Explore job and internship openings (this is your opportunity to ask specific questions about the role you hope to apply to!).
  • Practice your pitch and work out any nerves or kinks with what you want to say. Employers know that this is an event for you to learn, inquire and practice; so don't worry about perfection!

All undergraduate students are welcome regardless of major, class year or career goals. Please note that there is a virtual component to this event (details in the accordion below).

Internship Fair Event Flyer
Internship Fair

March 3, 2021

*Please note: This event is planned to be held in-person on Wednesday, March 3. This may be subject to change and move to a virtual setting if needed. Check back for updates as we get closer to the event date. If the event is in-person, it will be held in the Levin Ballroom.

The Brandeis Internship Fair is designed to help students meet, connect and learn from employers and alumni that currently work in a variety of industries that support, hire and mentor interns. Though most organizations will be looking to recruit candidates for internship positions at this event, it also presents YOU with the opportunity to grow your network, ask questions and practice meeting employers in a virtual setting.

Expect to interact with representatives from organizations such as Leland Home, Meadowscaping for Biodiversity, Jewish Community Center of Greater Boston and Constant Contact. Examples of internships that employers will be discussing include marketing and social media roles, outdoor educators/mentors, software engineer interns and summer legislative aides.

You should attend the Internship Fair to...

  • Learn exclusive insights about companies, roles, the hiring process and what makes a good candidate.
  • Make meaningful connections with employers and alumni in the field.
  • Explore internship openings (this is your opportunity to ask specific questions about the role you hope to apply to!).
  • Practice your pitch and work out any nerves or kinks with what you want to say. Employers know that this is an event for you to learn, inquire and practice; so don't worry about perfection!

All undergraduate students are welcome regardless of major, class year or career goals.

The Brandeis Internship Fair is sponsored by the Hiatt Career Center

Ask an Expert Flyer
Ask An Expert
Starting a conversation with someone who has expertise in a certain field, industry or program can help shape what comes next. Ask An Expert is a program that brings together Brandeis partners and students to have career conversations that address a specific topic or theme. Meet with a topic expert at one of these upcoming sessions:

Hiatt career treks
Virtual Career Treks

Career treks give Brandeis students the opportunity to visit various workplaces and explore different career paths. During a typical trek, students will tour the office, talk with employer representatives about their work at the organization and learn about internship & employment opportunities. 

During the fall semester, career treks will be available in a virtual format. More information will be available soon.

Additional career events flyer
Additional Career Events and Activities
Hiatt hosts and works in conjunction with various partners on a number of career-related events, programs and activities. Below are some of these premiere programs happening during the 2020-2021 academic year. Find more events and activities that fit your interests and goals on Handshake.