What is this event?
This is a free-to-participate virtual career fair event for biomedical engineering students.
What is the format of the event?
Companies interested in recruiting Biomedical Engineers will participate in the Career Fair.
The companies will hold infosessions to present about the company. This is an opportunity for you to meet the recruiters, seek clarification, learn more about the work environment and more.
Recruiters will have access to your resume and will schedule follow-up meetings or interviews by contacting you directly.
Who can participate in the event?
Biomedical engineering students at Michigan Technological University only.
How can I contact the recruiter?
You will have the opportunity to meet with the recruiter during the infosession and obtain information at the event. You need to attend the infosession to be considered for the interview. Think of the infosession as a pre-interview.
Some companies are choosing to review the resume and select candidated and contact them prior to the infosession. The interview schedule will be after the infosession.
Where do I find information about the company or infosession?
Once you register for the infosession, you will receive an email with information about the virtual session for the event(s) prior to the infosession.
Note: Uploading your resume "registers" you for the specific company infosession.
Navigate to the "Infosessions" page. Review the information about the different job/positions available within each company. At the bottom of each description, there is a link to upload your resume. NOTE: Make sure you meet the required qualifications before you submit your resume. Once you submit the resume, you are registered for the event and you will receive an email with information about the virtual session for the event(s).
How do I check eligibility criteria in order to apply?
How can I prepare for the event?
Make sure you meet the requirements for the preferred qualifications before you register for an Infosession.
Prepare and submit your resume before the Infosession.
Treat the Infosession as you would an interview: dress professionally, have a good background, charge your device(s), adjust lighting, microphone and camera prior to the event.
NOTE: The MTU license for Zoom has been updated. You need to sign-in from the Zoom website once to update your license. If not, you will be cut off from the meeting after 40 minutes.
Identify a suitable space to participate in the event. Have a good camera and microphone, appropriate lighting, and minimal distractions.
Are there resources I can use to prepare for the event?
Who do I contact if I have questions about the event?