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Employer Connections Fair

Our 2015 Employer Connections Fair is now over. Save the Date for our 2016 fair below!

Date: September 20 & 21, 2016
Time: Noon-4pm
Place: Alumni Hall & Top of the Hop

Tues. Sept. 20: General Room (Alumni Hall) plus Service & Education Room (Top of Hop)
Wed. Sept. 21: General Room (Alumni Hall) plus Startup & Tech Room (Top of Hop)

Our high profile Employer Connections Fair is a two-day event held each year during the first full week of fall term. With more than 100 employer booths and 1,000+ students attending, this fair is the most effective way for employers to establish a strong presence on campus.

The fair is open to ALL STUDENTS from Dartmouth College undergraduate, Thayer School of Engineering, Graduate Arts & Sciences and Tuck School of Business. Engage potential candidates and pique their interest in internships and/or entry-level jobs. Remember, Dartmouth operates on academic quarters, so you can hire a full-time intern for 8-14 weeks any season!

Please email with any questions.

NOTE: Resumes are NOT collected here, as students use the event to prepare for upcoming resume deadlines. However, you may collect email addresses from interested students during the fair and follow up with those students later on. Our Center for Professional Development can also set up free job and internship postings and/or formal resume drops through our Recruiting Program for you to promote at the fair.

Employer Fair 2015

Our 2015 fair features 134 employers.

Click here for the 2015 Employer Fair Directory (PDF), and see a brief video below.

Last Updated: 9/24/15