Thursday, October 10, 2013

It's not too late! Attend the ETCIC Open Forum!


Looking for a job or internship in engineering, computer science or IT? Attend these special off-campus recruiting events in New York and Boston this fall! The event format features both a career fair AND face-to-face interviews, with employers seeking candidates in a variety of disciplines, both undergraduate and graduate.

It’s not too late!
Attend the Open Forum at the ETCIC’s:


NYC ETCIC: Friday, Oct. 18th
AMA Conference Center, New York, NY

Boston ETCIC: Friday, Nov. 1st
Boston Common Hotel & Conference Center, Boston, MA


The OPEN FORUM is the career fair portion of the event, which takes place from 9:30-11:30am at both events. This is your chance to speak with the employers about their opportunities and inquire about open interview slots on their afternoon schedules!

HOW TO REGISTER FOR THE OPEN FORUM:
  1. Go to http://etcic.experience.com and select "Create an account".  Contact the Career and Internship Center for the password token. (If you already have an account, you do NOT need to create a new one -- your login credentials will still work.)
  2. Register for an account and fully complete your profile, or update your profile if you previously had an account. You do not need to upload a resume.
  3. From the main menu, hover over "Calendar" on the menu bar, and choose "Event Search." Choose Event Type "ETCIC" and click on the event (NYC or Boston) that you wish to attend. Click the "sign up" button and you will be registered.
  4. We recommend that you review the positions employers are recruiting for. You can find them using the Job or Internship search function, or the “One Click” searches on the main menu. Note that you cannot apply for interviews at this time, since the deadlines have passed. HOWEVER – some of the employers will have open interview slots on their afternoon schedules, and plan to fill them with candidates they meet in the morning!
Questions? Email etcic@z.rochester.edu or call 585.275.2366

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