Tri-College & STEM Recruiting Day 2020: FAQ & Employer List

Tri-College & STEM Recruiting Day 2020: FAQ & Employer List

Click the infographic to see more from the 2019 event!

This Friday, January 24, 2020, students from Bryn Mawr, Haverford, and Swarthmore Colleges will have the opportunity to meet with employers from the Greater Philadelphia area and beyond, right here in the Alumni Field House on Haverford’s Campus! This is the largest event Tri-College Recruiting hosts, with over SIXTY employers in attendance.  Check out this infographic and this post to get a recap of last year’s event


When: Jan. 24, 10:30-5:00

Where: Alumni Field House, Haverford College

Who: All Tri-Co students are welcome!

Register: At This Link


10:30-1:00- Career Fair

All are welcome! Bring printed copies of your resume and show up in your best professional attire (or borrow some from the CCPA) to learn about employers and open jobs, and even pick up interviews!

1:00-1:30- Lunch

We’ll have pizza for students staying for the second half of the event.

1:30-5:00- Interviews!

In the afternoon, recruiters conduct 30-minute interviews with pre-selected students as well as with students selected on the day of the event.

How to prepare:

  • Attend the Career Fair Prep & Interview Tips workshop on Wednesday at noon to learn what to expect, how to make a good impression, and how to pick up interviews during the Career Fair portion of the event. Can’t make it? Read our advice in this post.
  • Wear professional attire (Check out the Career Closet in Stokes 300 if you don’t have anything to wear).
  • Bring lots of PRINTED copies of your resume!
  • Register early to have a printed name tag.

Employers in Attendance: 

As of 1.14.20. Check Handshake links below for the most up-to-date list:

Ad Prima Charter School
Agency Within
Asian Americans United
Breakaway Technologies
Broad Institute
Campus Philly
Carney, Sandoe & Associate
CED Greentech
Charles County Public Schools
Chester County of Pennsylvania
Childcare Careers
CHOP Microbiome Center
City of Philadelphia Mayor’s Office/ServePhiladelphia
College Possible
D. E. Shaw Group
Eurofins Lancaster Laboratories
Exyn Technologies
Fast Enterprises
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia
Foray Design
Foundations Behavioral Health
Hiossen Inc.
Lower Merion School District
M&T Bank
Match Education
MK Venture Capital + Public Policy
Moody’s Analytics
New Jersey Courts
Northeastern University, D’Amore-McKim School of Business
Northwestern Mutual Philadelphia
ORS Partners
Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development
Project Horseshoe Farm
Public Financial Management (PFM)
PULSE Pittsburgh
Quaker Voluntary Service
Scheie Eye Institute
Southern Teachers Agency
SS&C Technologies
Syncro Development Corp.
Teach for America
The Lavelle Law Firm
Tri-Co Philly Semester Program
Tuck Business Bridge Program at Dartmouth
U.S. Department of State – Bureau of Diplomatic Security
U.S. Department of State – Foreign Service
Uncommon Schools
Vanderbilt Business Immersions Accelerator
William Penn Foundation