Participating Employers

NACME Virtual Career Fair!

The NACME Virtual Career Fair easily connects you – in real time – with employers seeking to hire top engineering and computer science talent from the comfort of your dorm room, classroom or computer lab via your web camera enabled electronic device (e.g., laptop, tablet, or smartphone).

Why participate in the NACME Virtual Career Fair?

How it Works

After logging in and joining the event, you will be asked to upload your resume. Next, you will choose which employers to engage in a one-one chat with a representative (similar to choosing which booth to visit in a physical career fair). Please be prepared to provide highlights of your resume, your career interests and to ask questions about the company. Following each interview, you can select additional employers to engage with until the career fair is over.


1

Register

Create an account and complete the registration form

2

Explore

View information about participating organizations and opportunities

3

Attend

Log in and join the chat from any device

4

Chat

Connect with representatives for 1-on-1 chats

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Resumes

  • Resumes are required to be uploaded prior to participating in the event
  • Must include your most recent university of matriculation, major, and cumulative GPA
  • We strongly suggest including your LinkedIn profile
  • If you received a NACME scholarship, please list “NACME Scholar” on your resume and LinkedIn profile

Who Should Attend?

  • Students with a cumulative GPA of 2.80 or higher who are seeking internships, co-ops, and entry-level positions in engineering and computer science,
  • Engineering and computer science professionals seeking new career opportunities,
  • NACME Scholars and NACME Alumni are strongly encouraged to participate, and
  • Domestic talent (US Citizens and Permanent Residents) who self-identify as a member of a historically under-represented group (Black/African-American, Latinx/Hispanic American, Native/American Indian) are also strongly encouraged to participate.
Employer Information Job Seeker Registration

Who Are We?

National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) is a non-profit organization, represented by leading corporations, who work to ensure highly qualified historically under-represented students, majoring in engineering and computer science, receive need based scholarships for undergraduate collegiate programs.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Connect with hiring representatives at the very beginning of the Fall recruitment season,
  • Engage remotely via dynamic one-on-one and group web chats in each booth,
  • Make new connections and broaden your network directly from your home location, and
  • Discuss in real-time summer and full-time job opportunities in engineering or computer science.
  • Students with a cumulative GPA of 2.80 or higher who are seeking internships, co-ops, and entry-level positions in engineering and computer science,
  • Engineering and computer science professionals seeking new career opportunities,
  • NACME Scholars and NACME Alumni are strongly encouraged to participate, and
  • Domestic talent (US Citizens and Permanent Residents) who self-identify as a member of a historically under-represented group (Black/African-American, Latinx/Hispanic American, Native/American Indian) are also strongly encouraged to participate.
  • Employers seeking to hire engineering and computer science talent for internships, co-ops, entry-level positions and experienced hires.
  • Employers who wish to enhance their brand by showcasing their research and technical opportunities.
It is preferred but not required. Some employers may have the ability to request a video chat. It is not required to participate. You are encouraged to be prepared to participate in a video chat if requested by an employer.
No. You do not need to download or install any software to participate. You only need to have access to the internet.
This event is an opportunity to meet, network, and ask a recruiter specific questions about topics such as current open positions and company culture.
Your login details will be emailed to you ahead of the event. You can use these details to access the online event.
This is an online event. You do not have to travel to any specific location. You can participate anywhere that you have Internet access. The event is accessible from desktop, mobile and tablet devices.
  • Get information about careers, culture and values at participating companies
  • Learn about their divisions and what each one does
  • Interact with recruiters
  • Explore open positions
  • Apply directly to available opportunities
Yes. Like any physical event, we will have a swag bag for you! You can add all of the documents available to the online swag bag in your account and then email them to yourself or share items with friends and family by simply entering their email.
Absolutely. We are counting on you to invite others! Help us spread the word. You can simply share the link to this page and they can register at their convenience.
The event will remain open for two days. Therefore, you can attend whenever it’s convenient for you during this period of time. We understand your schedule may not allow you to attend all of the live sessions of the event.

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