CS|Source Student Career Fair Resources
2022 Fall Career Fair Events
2022 Fall Career Fair events will kick off on September 1. Please view the schedule below. No registration is required for the career fair on Monday, September. Other event registrations may be forwarded. See List of Companies to review company profiles. Remember to take your resume to each event you attend.
Masks are not required, but in the event they are needed an email notification will be sent in accordance with university policies. Please visit ready.vt.edu for more information about the university’s COVID 19 policy.
Thursday, September 1, 2022
|6:00 PM||7:30 PM||Resume Workshop - CS Customized w/CS Alums Beatriz Diaz Acosta and Mark Shapiro (Virtual)|
Thursday, September 8, 2022
|1:00 PM||4:00 PM||Mock Career Fair (registration required - Torg 1100)|
Sunday, September 11, 2022
|10:00 AM||10:50 AM||Information Session (Virtual)|
|11:00 AM||11:50 AM||Information Session (Virtual)|
|12:00 PM||12:50 PM||Information Session (Squires)|
|1:00 PM||1:50 PM||Information Session (Squires)|
|2:00 PM||2:50 PM||CACI International Information Session (Squires)
|3:00 PM||3:50 PM
||Peraton Information Session (Squires)|
|4:00 PM||5:30 PM||Technical Interview Workshop w/CS Alum Antuan Byalik, Bloomberg (Squires)|
Monday, September 12, 2022
|12:30 PM||5:30 PM||Career Fair (Squires)|
|3:30 PM||5:30 PM||CMDA/CPE Added (Squires)|
Tuesday, September 13, 2022
|8:30 AM||4:00 PM||Interview Day (TBD)
|5:00 PM||5:50 PM||CS 1944 Sophomore Seminar (In Person)
Wednesday, September 14, 2022
|2:30 PM||3:45 PM||CS 3604 Professionalism in Computing Panel (Virtual)
|4:00 PM||5:15 PM||CS 3604 Professionalism in Computing Panel (Virtual)|
Thursday, September 15, 2022
|8:00 AM||9:15 AM||CS 3604 Professionalism in Computing Panel (Virtual)|
Friday, September 16, 2022
|2:30 PM||3:20 PM||CS 4944 Senior Seminar Panel (Virtual)
Tuesday, October 11, 2022
|1:00 PM||5:00 PM||Graduate Student Career Fair (Falls Church)
- Research employers. Recruiters are impressed with students who have done their homework and know something about their company. Visit employer websites and check for any recent news articles. One of the top complaints from recruiters is a student who walks up and says, "What does your company do?"
- Update your resume. Ask your CS advisor or Career and Professional Development to review. Remember to take your resume to each event you attend.
- Prepare your elevator pitch. Ask your CS advisor or Career and Professional Development for advice.
- Dress professionally. Make a good first impression.
- Practice active listening.
- Ask questions. Take a prepared list.
- Expect to apply online. You may have to apply online to be officially considered for an interview.