Career Fairs - Students
Career Fairs are held every semester at Montana Tech with one in September and another in February.
Montana Tech Career Fairs give students opportunities to approach employer booths to learn about an organization, inquire about job opportunities and internships, or to gain information about a particular career field or industry.
Career Fairs are valuable opportunities for students to meet and network with employers and search for full-time employment, internships, part-time positions, as well as summer opportunities.
16th Annual Montana Tech Career Fair
Thursday, September 10, 2015
SAVE THE DATE: Join us on Thursday, September 10th, 2015 to participate in the Annual Montana Tech Career Fair.
- Log in to DIGGERecruiting and make sure your information is current
- Are You Ready?!?
- How to make the most of a Career Fair
- Participating Companies
- 2nd Day Interview Participating Companies
8th Annual CareerSmart Fair
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
A little about the 2015 CareerSmart fair:
Unseasonably, beautiful weather greeted 126 recruiters from 52 companies who traveled to Montana Tech for the very successful 7th Annual CareerSMART Fair. This event saw recruiting activity for every college within Montana Tech again this year. These included: military, healthcare, information technology, business, math & science and technical degrees, and engineering of every kind. Student/faculty/staff participation topped last year, with a total of 489.
Following the Fair, 16 companies remained on campus to conduct 2nd Day interviews. During this day-long event, 97 students participated in 111 interviews.
After each fair and 2nd Day, Career Services gathers evaluations from the recruiters, with special attention being paid to what Montana Tech students could do to improve. Nearly 100% marked – research the company BEFORE the fair or an interview! Others included putting graduation date and GPA prominently on the resumes. Some mentioned asking thoughtful questions and having clear career goals. Students received lower marks this year in appropriate dress and higher marks in non-verbal communication skills when compared to last year’s event.
When asked what they most liked about Montana Tech and its students, once again they overwhelmingly mentioned the quality of the students and their work ethic! Clearly demonstrating that Montana Tech students are – IN DEMAND!