Consortium Interview Days
Recruiting interview days are consortium events where potential employers come together to interview pre-selected candidates from the participating schools. Potential employers post job and/or internship descriptions for students to review and apply. Each consortium event has a student application deadline; after the deadline, the applications are sent to the employers for review. Then, employers select candidates they would like to interview on the date of the event.
Recruiting interview days are a great way for students to apply to many opportunities and if selected, interview for many positions in one day. Be sure to ask your Career Counselor for more information if you are interested in learning more about these interview days.Engineering and Technical Career and Internship Consortium (ETCIC)
When: Friday, October 18, 2013 (New York City) and Friday, November 1, 2013 (Boston)
This annual off-campus recruiting event, open to a select consortium of schools including Swarthmore College, provided students with an opportunity to interview for entry-level jobs and internships with a variety of employers. It's not your typical career fair -- it was a more intimate setting in which to discuss career opportunities and present your qualifications face-to-face! Students in any engineering discipline, as well as Computer Science and Physics majors, were encouraged to check out this event and apply for positions.The Fall Recruiting Consortium (FRC)
When: Friday, October 25, 2013. Location: American Management Association (AMA) in New York City.
This event was an opportunity for seniors from Swarthmore College, Bard College, Sarah Lawrence College, Vassar College and Wesleyan University to interview for full-time jobs in New York city. Participating employers were primarily from the financial, consulting, science research and non-profit industry focuses. This was a highly selective interview day that requires prescreening of the applicants' information by the employers in advance.DC Metro Link
When: Friday, February 28, 2014. Location: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington, D.C.
This event provides an opportunity for juniors and seniors from Duke University, College of William and Mary, Swarthmore College, and Yale University. Students can interview with employers from the metropolitan Washington area with a focus on public policy, government, think tanks, nonprofit organizations, and media. Online applications will be due on January 27 (11:59pm) through the Metro Link website.NY Metro Link
When: TBA. Location: TBA.
This event provides an opportunity for employers from the New York area to meet students from Swarthmore College, The College of William & Mary, and Duke University interested in entry-level positions and internships.