Career fairs are great ways to learn about jobs and internships as well as make contacts with representatives from many organizationsin just a few hours. Download our handout on making the most of a career fair [pdf]. The following are off-campus career fairs co-sponsored by Career Services.
Spring 2015 Career Fairs
DC Government & Non-Profit EXPO
Date: Friday, February 13, 2015 Location: Georgetown University
This event is hosted annually by Swarthmore College, Georgetown University, University of Virginia, University of Richmond, New York University, NYU's Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, and the College of William & Mary. The event attracted up to 90 organizations representing government, non-profit, publc service consulting, and education sectors. Swarthmore will be providing students with transportation to this event. Please sign up in Parrish 135 after winter break.
Philadelphia Career Connection (Career Fair & Interview Day)
Date: Friday, January 30, 2015. Location: Founders Hall, Haverford Collge.
Employers from the Greater Philadelphia will have the opportunity to meet with students from the Tri-College community of Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges at the career fair in the morning and one-on-one pre-selected interviews for internship and full-time opportunities in the afternoon. Please check back for application instructions.
Not-for-Profit Philadelphia Career Fair
Date: Friday, February 27, 2015, from 11am -2 pm Location: Bryn Mawr College
Non-profit career fair featuring Philadelphia-area employers. Meet local organizations offering jobs & internships in the non-profit and government sectors. Students take the tri-college shuttle directly to this event.
Philadelphia Nonprofit and Government Career Fair
Date: Thursday, March 26, 2015 Location: Villanova University’s Jake Nevin Field House
Showcasing jobs, internships and volunteer opportunities with federal government agencies and non-profit organizations representing issues ranging from the arts to human services/education to environmental concerns.