Career Fair Day – A day full of new opportunities, insightful conversations, and potential job offers on the horizon. Here at the Rady School of Management, there have been dozens of doors open for students at career fairs, from internships, to long-term jobs for the graduate students who have participated in Rady’s career fairs.
Each career fair typically consists of employers from corporate companies that have 250 employees or more. This one, however, consisted of not only large corporate companies but also smaller start-ups. This was an exciting, unique event for Rady because it is the first career day to ever have start-ups verses only corporations.
The Rady School of Management not only champions, but raises up entrepreneurs, so having startups present was an encouraging factor for the students who attended the career fair. Some of the start-ups who came to the career fair included founders from Rady School of Management such as, LabFellows.
Some of the startup companies who attended were:
- Leadcrunch – B2B Sales and Marketing
- Sendlane – An intelligence-driven email automation service
- LabFellows – An integrated lab management platform
- GoSite – A web platform for businesses
- Launch Factory – A creative co working space
The List of new companies who attended were:
- Booz Allen Hamilton – Strategy, technology, and engineering
- AT&T – Communications, media, entertainment, and technology
- Tealium — A universal data hub
Some of the other companies that were present included, Trust&will, Artevist, and Prudential.
Here at Rady, we are happy to host career fairs and have found them to be very successful for students looking for job leads and internships.