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Start-Up Career Fair

This year's Start-Up Career Fair aims to bring a variety of technical and non-technical employers from various industries to network, market, and communicate hiring needs to some of the brightest and most motivated students in the country. We are excited to work with new partners to broaden the scope of attendees based on hiring needs this year. 

February 3, 2015
9:00am - 2:00pm
Barton Hall


Overview For Students

Attire is CASUAL!  Every company in attendance is hiring and has a job posted on CCNet.  We will be updating the list below of registered organizations, along with the fields they are hiring, as soon as the information is received. As you review this information in advance, please also review how to prepare and plan your strategy.  

Information for Employers

Students from all seven of Cornell's undergraduate units, as well as Cornell's Graduate, Law and Johnson Graduate School of Management students are invited to attend.  The focus of the fair will be not only on Engineering and Technical Students, but on all fields sought after by the organizations who register. Cornell University is able to meet your hiring needs with the academic breadth and diversity of talent that exist here on campus. With 75 undergraduate major fields of study, Cornell provides a tremendous pool of skills and interests. Over 3,200 undergraduate and 1,800 graduate degrees are conferred annually!

Registration will begin in November, with an early bird discount given through December 19, 2014!


Registration includes:

  • One 2' x 6' table
  • Three attendees
  • Continental breakfasts, beverages, and lunch
  • Tablecloth (upon request)
  • Advertising by career services

Registration requires that:

  • job is posted (no cost) for full time, intern, or co-op position
  • photography of your table and/or representatives at fair

Can our company post an advertisement in relation to the Start-Up Career Fair?
The fair will be heavily publicized to students through various media. However, the best way you can promote your organization is by posting a job through career services. Engineering Co-op & Career Services (ECCS) offers the opportunity for all employers to post full-time jobs and internships, co-ops, and summer positions for Cornell Engineers and graduates up to 5 years out, at no charge. Cornell's job-posting service is known as CCNet, and is part of the Experience system, by Symplicity. Please contact Jennifer Soprano, Recruiting Coordinator for Cornell Engineering for assistance with this.