College of Science and Engineering Career Fair
Fall CSE Career Fair coming September 2021. Watch for more information this summer.
Other career fairs:
Engineered Across the Lakes
Tuesday, March 9, 2021
1-6 p.m Central Time
Hosted on GoldPASS powered by Handshake
Join the University of Minnesota, Michigan State University, and the University of Wisconsin-Madison for "Engineered Across the Lakes," a virtual engagement and career fair highlighting top employers from the Upper Midwest. The event will provide networking between students, alumni, and recruiting professionals that will open the door to co-op, internship, and full-time opportunities in the field of engineering. The fair is open to all CSE undergraduate students. Learn more and register
Download the Career Fair Plus App in the App Store or the Google Play Store. Once downloaded, search for the University of Minnesota and then select the Spring 2021 College of Science and Engineering Career Fair. Make sure to fully complete your profile.
Use the app to research companies now and begin signing up for time slots to speak individually with companies beginning Monday, Feb. 1, 2021. You may also use the Career Fair Plus website to conduct your meetings and research companies.
Set up your profile on GoldPASS powered by Handshake and learn how to search for jobs and internships using the University's online system. Note that while the Spring 2021 CSE Career Fair event is listed in GoldPASS, the fair will be taking place via Career Fair Plus. Find out more on the GoldPASS website.
To learn how to introduce yourself to employers and see sample elevator pitches, download the Virtual Career Fair Preparation Guide (PDF).
The more you know about the company when you meet recruiters, the more you will impress them! To get started, download the Researching Employers and Industries Guide (PDF). Find out more on the GoldPASS website.
To get started, download the Interviewing Guide for Industry (PDF).
There are many nuances to job and internship searching as an international student. Read about considerations and career resources for international students.
Learn tips and advice from employers who attend the career fair.
If you have financial need and are unable to afford full-priced professional attire for the Career Fair and interviewing, there's help.
The College of Science and Engineering has partnered with Ready for Success, a local non-profit organization that provides professional attire to job/internship seekers at no cost to the student. The Career Center can secure an appointment for you with this organization.
If you are an undergraduate student enrolled in CSE and are interested, please fill out this application form. Non-CSE students, please contact your career center to see what assistance may be available. You must be a CSE undergraduate student who is actively searching for a job or internship and be able to demonstrate financial need. Appointments are very limited.
The CSE career fair is open to:
- College of Science and Engineering (CSE) students at the University of Minnesota (undergraduate and graduate)
- CSE alumni who have graduated within the past three years. You must use your UMN email address.
- Non-CSE students actively enrolled at the University of Minnesota.
- Please note: Non-CSE University of Minnesota students should be aware that employers attending the CSE Career Fair are specifically there to hire CSE students. In addition, non-CSE students may have problems applying for jobs and requesting interviews in GoldPASS.
Students and alumni from other institutions may not attend the career fair.
A great way to explore career paths, learn about companies, gain industry knowledge and connect with hiring managers is to take advantage of recruiting events happening every semester. Keep an eye on GoldPASS Powered by Handshake Events to ensure you don’t miss out on these great opportunities!
- Information Sessions
- Tech Talks
- Tabling sessions
- Employer site visits