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Upcoming Career Fairs

For those who missed the fall Career Fair, there will be many more opportunities to interact with recruiters.

On Oct. 31, the Boston Career Forum 2008 will take place at Boston Convention & Exhibition Center. With over 190 global companies participating and 1,200 jobs advertised, this event is the world’s largest English-Japanese Bilingual job fair. Students must register at the Boston Career Forum website in order to attend.

The Taiwanese Career Fair will expose any MIT student who is interested in working in Taiwan to what careers and internships are available in Taiwan. Registration will be free for students, and the fair will be held in the Student Center in early February 2009. The 14th annual European Career Fair will take place in January 2009. Organized by the MIT European Club, The European Career fair will host more than 140 employers with careers and research opportunities in Europe. For more information, visit http://www.euro-career.com/.

The Impact Career Expo will bring environmentally conscious companies to the MIT Campus in early February. Last year, 11 companies participated in the event including Teach for America, GreenMountain Engineering, and ICF International.

—Robert McQueen

Global Education FairOct. 8, 2008

Federal Agency Career FairOct. 22, 2008

Boston Career Forum 2008Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 2008

SUMA Internship FairDec. 5, 2008

European Career FairJan. 24–26, 2009

Taiwanese Career FairJan. 2–3, 2009

Global Education FairOct. 8, 2008

Federal Agency Career FairOct. 22, 2008

Boston Career Forum 2008Oct. 31–Nov. 2, 2008

SUMA Internship FairDec. 5, 2008

European Career FairJan. 24–26, 2009

Taiwanese Career FairJan. 2–3, 2009

MIT Tech FairFeb. 2, 2009

Impact Career ExpoFeb. 12–13, 2009

IvyPlus eFairTBA 2009