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Recruiting Events

Fall & Spring
Career & Internship Fairs

These fairs provide an opportunity to explore opportunities, obtain employer information, and develop contacts to use in applying for full-time, internship, and summer positions. Employers attend career & internship fairs to increase student awareness about their organization and the careers they offer, to identify potential candidates for future hiring needs, and to fill positions they may currently have available.

On Campus Recruiting/Interviews

On-Campus Recruiting (OCR) is a great opportunity to fit an interview, either in-person in the Career Center or virtual, into your campus schedule. These are typically for full-time, salaried, degree-required, professional jobs or internships.

Career Diversity Expo 

The Career Diversity Expo offers the opportunity for students to participate in an employer showcase to speak with representatives in one-on-one settings. Attendees will have the chance to ask meaningful questions about company culture and how their respective companies are committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion. During their conversations, students glean information about the organization’s current and upcoming internship and full-time positions. This event is limited to a smaller number of employers and focuses on the opportunity for employers and students of diverse backgrounds to network and learn about each other.

Meet the Firms

A recruiting event centered around the career fields of consulting and accounting, this event includes an industry-specific career fair and panels. While the event is focused on accounting and consulting careers, it is not limited by major or class year and all students interested in these fields are welcome to attend. It is typically held at the Mason School of Business.

Graduate & Professional School Fair

This fair is designed for admissions representatives from graduate school programs to recruit prospective students for their schools/programs. The fair is open to students of all majors and class years, as well as alumni, and is an opportunity to meet with representatives from graduate programs in a variety of subjects to learn about options.

Tech Day

Tech Day is a day-long thought leadership and career-focused event created exclusively for current William & Mary students who seek careers that will utilize business analytics and technology skills. Featuring hiring partners and alumni at some of the biggest names in technology, Tech Day aims to create an atmosphere of learning and networking for the whole of campus.

K-12 Education Recruitment Day 

An event that allows school districts to have one on one conversations with students and degreed alumni who are seeking employment in a K-12 school setting. The event will have a fair component in the morning followed by one-to-one conversations in the afternoon for students to connect with school districts.

Georgetown University's Government, Education, & Non-Profit Career Fair - virtual

A consortium of schools (William & Mary, American University, Marxe School of Public and International Affairs - Baruch College, Brown University, Carnegie Mellon University's Heinz College, Duke University, Georgetown University, Harvard University's Harvard College, NYU, University of Virginia, University of Richmond, Swarthmore College, and Yale University) plans an annual career expo. This event allows employers from a wide range of fields in the government, education, and non-profit sectors to market their internships and full-time job opportunities to students and degreed alumni from the consortium schools.

Liberal Arts Undergrad Network for Careers & Hiring (LAUNCH) - virtual

A consortium of seven schools (William & Mary, Brown University, Connecticut College, Cornell University, Swarthmore College, Trinity College, and Union College) plans an annual interview day for jobs in New York City. This event allows employers to recruit and interview students for internships and full-time job opportunities. Students must be from one of the member schools in order to participate.