Due to the large level of interest, the CS Career and Internship Fair is only open to the majors listed at the bottom of the page and CS Alumni.
*Important – You will need to upload your resume to careers4terps in advance to gain admittance to the fair.*
Before You Go To The Event
Review your resume and be prepared to be asked questions pertaining to it as well as to answer technical questions. Recruiters will have access to your resume and will write notes.
Be prepared to talk about yourself. Think about interesting projects that you have worked on outside of class, and review the classes that you have taken. Recruiters want to know about your interests, accomplishments and your goals and how you might fit into their company. Be confident in your abilities.
We encourage students to dress in a business casual attire.
The fair will begin at 9am and end at 6pm. The Department and Career Services will also be offering help and tips for making the career fair the best it can be for you.
Tips: Take notes and make sure you take the recruiter contact information. Have a good time, and make sure that you meet people from many different companies and organizations. Sometimes, you can discover a place to work or intern that you had previously not considered. After the event, make sure that you check your email (and spam folder) as well as your voicemail after the fair in case a recruiter wants to set up an interview with you. The interview process can be long and arduous—if you don’t get a phone call or email right away, do not panic.
Eligibility To Attend The Fair
Due to the large level of interest, the CS Career and Internship Fair is only open to current students from the programs listed below and Computer Science Alumni.
- Computer Science: undergraduate and graduate students, Computer Science minors, Immersive Media Design, Computing B.S. and Break Through Tech
- iSchool: Master of Information Management (MIM), Social Data Science Major, Bachelor of Science in Information Science (InfoSci), Master of Science in Human-Computer Interaction (HCIM)
- Engineering: Computer Engineering undergraduate students, Cybersecurity Master of Engineering, Software Master of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Master of Engineering, Robotics Master of Engineering, Cybersecurity Online, Cybersecurity Graduate Certificate in Engineering, Software Graduate Certificate in Engineering, Robotics Graduate Certificate in Engineering
- The Science Academy: Graduate Certificate in Data Science, Masters of Professional Studies in Data Science and Analytics, Masters of Professional Studies in Machine Learning
Computer Science Alumni are invited to attend the fair. In order to register and attend, you will need to create a Careers4Terps alumni account. https://careers.umd.edu/careers4terps