Employment and Enjoyment Fair

Monday, September 11th. 11:30am -2:30pm

Need an internship or job? Interested in joining a club? Come to the Employment and Enjoyment Fair on Monday, September 11, 11:30 a.m. - 2:20 p.m., in the Athletic Center Gym. Join us at the largest career fair of the year! Over 50 retail, restaurant, and non-profit employers and over 40 student clubs will be there. Get an internship or job, join a club, win a prize. Drop in any time between 11:30 am and 2:20 pm with or without your resume. Potential to take home employer-provided swag! Several campus offices will be represented as well. For more information on what positions employers are recruiting for log into your RAMTRACK account and search one of the 50 employers. They are all very interested in hiring Framingham State students.

Employers must register- Log into your Ramtrack account on the career events page click on Employment and Enjoyment Fair. If you don't have an account register here You will not have access to see events until your account is activated by our office if you are creating a new account.

Once you are logged in 1) click on the Career Events tab at the top of the screen 2) Career Fair in the Category box

3) click on Employment and Enjoyment Fair 4)complete the online registrationform. Payment for the event can be made on-line.

Please see the flyer to find more information.

Suitable Solutions Career Professionalism Initiative Kickoff

Enjoy refreshments while learning about our professional career development series aimed at preparing students for the interview, internship and job search process, learn the professional skills that employers want and program overview. Applications available at the Kick-Off or in the CSER Office at 412 McCarthy. The Framingham State Suitable Solutions Career Professionalism Program is a five-part professional career development series aimed at preparing students for the internship & job search and the interview process. Students are educated about career professionalism, soft skills, dining etiquette, social awareness, professional dress, and networking techniques to enhance their career opportunities. Upon completion of the series students will be awarded a professional outfit ($100 limit) and graduate certificate of achievement. This initiative will benefit ALL students for all majors.

Please see the registration form and the flyer for more information.

Major & Minor Fair

Speak with faculty and students! Grab a Major/Minor Fair tote bag and stuff it with info on majors, minors, Study Abroad and careers! Come with a friend! What can I do with a major in? Are you having a difficult time choosing a major or minor? Would you like information on what careers would correlate to your choice? Tuesday, October 24, 2017, 11:30 pm- 1:30 pm in the McCarthy Center Forum Prior to the fair, consider what majors and minors you are interested in. When you arrive, visit academic department tables, Career Services and International Education (Study Abroad), and ask questions. Please see the flyer for more information.

All dates are full for Spring 2017, submit your dates for Fall now

Employer Showcase Series

Every Wednesday (*A couple of dates will be held on a Tuesday) 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
MC Lobby

9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.: Two employers are showcased during 3 separate time frames to informally network with students and recruit for their full time job and/or internship opportunities. 

Click here for the schedule.

Majors Going Mobile - Kick Start Career Cart

Various dates and locations - Be on the lookout for the mobile cart filled with major, minor, and career information showing up at a location near you.

Monthly Employer Site Visits

Will be added as scheduled.