Employers On Campus
There are countless ways to see, meet, and hear from employers on campus throughout the year. The below programs highlight some of these opportunities, but remember to also stay connected with Babson social media, with your student organizations, and watch for publicity on the many opportunities the College community offers.
Employer Pop-Up Tables
Meet with employers in a casual setting and learn about their company and potential job and internship opportunities!
Held every September, Career Expo is an opportunity to meet more than 70 employers across all industries. It’s a great way to network with employer representatives and to learn about job opportunities available.
Guest Career Advisers
CCD hosts approximately 15 guest career advisers sessions each semester. This is an opportunity for you to meet with an employer or alum individually. The purpose of the meeting can be for a resume critique, cover letter review, mock interview, or to just have a general career conversation. This is a unique opportunity for a student to receive 1:1 time with an employer or alum. The meetings take place in the Hoffman Family Undergraduate Center for Career Development office and are typically scheduled from 1-4pm. You can find out about the program through the CCD Weekly email.
There are several executive industry panels held throughout the year on-campus – many are sponsored by student organizations. This is an excellent way for you to hear from top level executives on relevant topics and often times there is opportunity for networking after the session. It is important to remember in addition to the panelists, there will be many others in the audience that could be key contacts in your industry.
Spring Job Fair
Held every spring, this Career Fair hosts more than 40 employers across all industries that are looking for full time and summer internship candidates. It’s a great way to network with employer representatives and to learn about available opportunities.
Resume Critique Night
Employer representatives and alumni return to campus to meet with students to review and critique resumes. In addition to obtaining feedback on your resume, this is another way to meet and network with employers and alumni.
Industry Spotlight Program
Think "reverse career fair." These events bring together multiple employers from various industry sectors recruiting for full-time and internship opportunities.