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OCS Industry-Specific Recruiting Events

In lieu of one large career fair, OCS hosts multiple industry-specific recruiting events each year. These Industry Events offer students the opportunity to connect with a variety of employers and learn about any available internship or full-time opportunities. Most of these events occur in the fall semester.

Registration information for events is posted in the Events tab of the Yale Career Link under “workshops." Last year, OCS hosted the following events: Advertising, Management & Marketing; Healthcare Consulting; Boutique Consulting; Boutique Finance; Education; Government; Science, Technology, Engineering & Math; Law & Legal Services; Nonprofit; Common Good Careers; and Creative Careers.

Individual Employer Information Sessions

Some individual employers may also host events for students throughout the year on-campus or remotely. These events include company presentations, coffee chats, office hours, mock interviews, webinars, or tech talks. Students can view a list of any upcoming individual employer events by going to the Events tab in the Yale Career Link, and then selecting “information sessions.” 

DC BIOlink

  • Description: DC BIOlink is an off-campus recruiting event organized by the Office of Career Strategy at Yale and four other schools. DC BIOLink gives employers the opportunity to interview and hire top Biomedical, Biotech, and Science candidates from Yale, the University of Virginia, Johns Hopkins University, University of Pennsylvania, George Washington University, Swarthmore College, and Brown University in one convenient location. Seniors and graduate students attend to interview for full-time positions.  This is a great event for students who are targeting the Washington, DC metropolitan area to live and work.
  • Date: Friday, November 9, 2018, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
  • Eligible Students: This interviewing event open to Yale seniors and GSAS students.
  • Location: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036.
  • Details: Coming Soon

Engineering Career Fair Collaborative

  • Description: Meet representatives from engineering firms across the country seeking SEAS students for full-time and internship opportunities in innovative fields including robotics, energy, medical devices, environmental services, transportation, and design. This event is a collaboration between Yale, Harvard, Boston University, Olin College, Tufts University, and MIT. Engineering students from these six institutions are invited to attend! Please bring your university identification card.
  • Date: Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm.
  • Eligible Students: This event is open to Yale College and GSAS students.
  • Location: Sheraton Commander Hotel, 16 Garden Street, Cambridge, MA.
  • Details: Additional details coming soon. 
  • View, search, and filter last year's list of participating organizations 

All Ivy Environmental & Sustainable Fair

  • Description: Each year, the Ivy League schools come together to produce an inspiring career fair to provide companies unparalleled access to undergraduate, graduate and Ph.D students with the skills and knowledge to address the complex sustainability challenges of our global economy.
  • Date: Friday, February 9, 2018, 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
  • Eligible Students: All Yale students are welcome to attend.
  • Location: Columbia University, New York, NY.
  • Additional Details: Visit the main page for the Fair here.

DC IMPACTlink

  • Description: DC IMPACTlink is an off-campus recruiting event organized by Yale OCS and four other schools. This event provides graduating seniors from Yale University, Brown University, Swarthmore College, Duke University and the University of Virginia the opportunity to interview with a select group of employers from the metropolitan DC area. This is a great event for students who are targeting the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
  • Date: Friday, February 8, 2019, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
  • Eligible Students: This interviewing event open only to Yale College seniors.
  • Location: Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, 1779 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Washington, DC 20036.
  • Details: ​Additional details coming soon.

Georgetown Nonprofit & Government Expo

  • Description: This annual Government and Nonprofit Career EXPO brings top employers to Georgetown to recruit for internships and full-time jobs in a wide range of fields in the government and nonprofit sectors. Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about careers in government and nonprofit and to network with employers. Many students have secured internships and full-time employment as a result of this annual event.
  • Date: This Consortium Event is hosted at Georgetown University on Friday, February 8, 2019.
  • Eligible Students: All Yale students and alums are welcome to attend. Only students or degreed alums from Duke University, NYU, UVA, University of Richmond, Georgetown University, the College of William & Mary, Yale University, and Swarthmore College are invited to attend.
  • Location: Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center Ballroom, Washington, DC.
  • Additional Details: Students can sign-up in Yale Career Link, powered by Symplicity or in the Yale Consortium Site, which houses the Yale Career Network.

Dress Attire for Employer Events

OCS has a business casual dress code for Yale industry specific recruiting events, employer information sessions, tech talks, and other on-campus informational employer recruiting events. This does not apply to interviews or Consortium events unless clearly indicated by the employer; please review the Interview Attire webpage for more information.

Business casual attire may include pants, shirts, skirts, and dresses that, while not formal, are appropriate for a professional environment. Clothing should be pressed, and should be neither too loose nor too tight. Examples of acceptable business casual attire include a sweater or blouse with khaki pants or skirt.