Fall Employment Opportunities Conference
The Fall Employment Opportunities Conference (EOC) is a campus-wide career fair for ALL students from all majors—whether you are seeking full-time or summer internship opportunities. Eligible to Attend: currently enrolled, degree-seeking Carnegie Mellon University Students and Carnegie Mellon Alumni ONLY.
New this Year: this year the EOC will feature a networking reception exclusively for Dietrich College students, where attending employers will be discussing only positions for Dietrich College majors available at their companies.
Thursday, October 10th
12:00 – 1:00 p.m. – Dietrich College Networking Reception
1:00 – 6:00 p.m. – EOC Career Fair (Open to All Students)
University Center – Wiegand Gymnasium
Register Now on TartanTRAK
View a List of Participating Organizations
Dietrich College Career Fair: BOOT CAMPGet Prepared for the EOC by Attending These Events:
Career Fair Preparedness for Liberal Arts (or any) Majors
Sunday, October 6, 1:00 pm
Breed Hall (103 Margaret Morrison)
You're Wearing It Wrong: Interviews & Business Casual Attire
Monday, October 7th from 5:30-7:30
Doherty Hall 1212
- 5:30-6:30 – focus on men’s styles
- 6:30-7:30 – focus on women’s styles
The Art of the Pitch - Interactive Job Fair Workshop for Dietrich College
Tuesday, October 8, 4:30 to 5:30 pm
Dietrich College Drop In Advising at the CPDC
Monday 10/7 – Wednesday 10/9, 1 - 4 pm
University Center, Lower Level
Preparing for Career Fairs - Student Advice
We hope you will join us!
Register for the Fall EOC
Students may pre-register on TartanTRAK. Be sure to bring your student ID on the day of the EOC. You will need it!
Select 'Events' at the top of the page after logging into TartanTRAK.
Student ID and Nametags
Important: Student IDs are REQUIRED for attendance to the Fall EOC
Nametags are NO LONGER required for admission to CPDC Career Fairs, but will be provided to students who want them. Look for the nametag stations near the entrance.
• Update your resume and have it reviewed by your Career Consultant; Bring several copies of your resume to the Career Fair
• Review the Career and Professional Development Center Career Success Guides entitled Job Fairs [.pdf] and Professional Presentation [.pdf]. Dress in professional business attire, according to the industry you are pursuing. Not recommended: jeans, t-shirts and tennis shoes
• Watch the "Preparing for Career Fairs - Advice From CMU Students" video on the CPDC YouTube Channel