On-campus interviewing coordinates great opportunities between students seeking internships, soon-to-be grads seeking career positions, and employers looking to fill their hiring needs. Students view and apply for listed positions, both full-time and internship, and sign up for interviews online. At mycatcareers.com you can interact with the system 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can create and save up to 6 different resumes, 6 company-specific cover letters, a writing sample, and an unofficial transcript.
Organizations Interviewing Spring 2014
For more information about interview opportunities with these companies, log on to MyCatCareers.com. To research a company, click on its name to be taken to their website. Be sure to stop by the companies table at the fair to visit with the representatives.
To sign up on these schedules, visit with the employer at the Career Fair. All others can be viewed on line at www.mycatcareers.com. We highly encourage you to visit with the employers at the fair.
Organizations Hosting Information Sessions Spring 2014
If you are interested in interviewing with an employer who is hosting an information session, it is strongly suggested that you attend. The interview process (including the information session) should be used as an opportunity to 'set yourself apart'. Failure to attend the information session does not accomplish this objective of distinguishing yourself from the competition. The information session is designed so the recruiter can present you with information about the company, thus saving time during an interview to focus on you. If you are not on the interview list, you may attend the information session to talk with the company representative to see if there are any open slots on the interview schedule, however, you must be registered with MyCatCareers prior to the interview.