Off-Campus and Virtual Career Fairs
In addition to events on campus, Notre Dame partners with a number of organizations to provide you with additional career fair opportunities to connect with employers in a variety of geographic areas.
Career and Internship Connection
Career and Internship Connections (CIC) were founded on the idea of “bringing the students to the employer.” They take place each year over winter break, when students are either home or able to travel more freely. member schools value the ability to connect their students with employers in top destination cities, from which employers may not travel to campus.
CIC allow students the opportunity to network and interview with employers during winter break (typically in early January). The 2018 CIC was held in New York City on January 9th.
The fairs include full-time and internship recruiting for all majors. For more information, click the following link: http://www.cicevents.org/employers/employerreg/
SEC-ACC Virtual Career Fair
Next SEC-ACC Virtual Career Fair | April 3-4, 2018.
Since Notre Dame has joined the ACC Athletic Conference, Notre Dame can offer students and alumni participation in the SEC-ACC Virtual Career Fair. 27 SEC & ACC Universities are represented in this consortium. Students and alumni can chat, network, and even interview with employers virtually through this platform.
Hire Big 10+ Virtual Career Fair
Next Hire Big 10+ Virtual Career Fair | April 11, 2018
The Hire Big Ten Plus Consortium hosts a virtual career fair for all students and employers in April each year. 15 schools make up the Big 10 +. Students and alumni can meet recruiters live online easily by registering for this event.
CDPI Virtual Career Fair
Career Development Professionals of Indiana | February 22, 2018 | sponsors a virtual career fair for employers to recruit talent from 16 of Indiana's schools
Other Beneficial Career Fairs
Chicago Bulls Career Fair | February 22, 2018 | Opportunity for students to jumpstart their career and network with employers in the sports industry.