National and Research Labs Career Event

RIT offers National Labs and federally-funded Research Centers from all research areas and sponsoring agencies a variety of options to connect with and recruit students.

Students from science, engineering, and computing programs can connect with employer partners to gather information on their laboratories and explore co-op, internship, research, and full-time opportunities.

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National and Research Labs
Career Events and Recruiting

Fall 2022
 

Career Events and Recruiting Options Fall 2022


Fall University-Wide Career Fair
Wednesday, September 21, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.


Alumni Employer Virtual Panel
Tuesday, October 18, from 5-6 p.m.


1:1 Virtual Networking with Students
Tuesday, October 18-Thursday, October 20, from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Connect individually with talented students from RIT’s colleges of science, engineering, and computing


Information Sessions (virtual or on campus)
Any day September 26–November 18
Promote your organization and share your exciting co-op, internship, and full-time opportunities


Career Connect
Post co-op, internship, research, or full-time jobs on our online job system Career Connect


National & Research Labs Resume Book
Access the National & Research Labs Resume Book, available upon request

For more information, or to set up any of the above options, please contact Kris Stehler at kwsoce@rit.edu or 585-475-5468.

Student Info

Get information on resume reviews, preparing your elevator pitch, and the career fair survival guide. Learn more

National & Research Labs Resume Book

Opt-in to the National & Research Lab Resume Book in RIT Career Connect. All resumes will be sent to our partner labs upon request. 

Interpreting Services

Unless otherwise noted, students are responsible for requesting interpreting services. To submit requests go to https://myaccess.rit.edu.

Employer Info

Did you know?

  • RIT is the third producer of undergraduate STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) degrees among all private universities in the nation. 
  • RIT has award-winning programs in a host of uncommon disciplines: sustainability, medical illustration, microelectronic engineering, packaging science, museum studies, American Sign Language/English interpretation, and diagnostic medical sonography.
  • RIT has unique doctoral programs: RIT’s eight Ph.D. programs include astrophysics, color science, computing and information sciences, engineering, imaging science, mathematical modeling, microsystems engineering, and sustainability.

Register

We’re excited to have you join us for our networking and recruiting events!  Please contact us to set up the options in which you’d like to participate. 

Virtual Event Options

  • Employer Panel: participate in a panel to share advice for getting a job and working at a lab or research organization
  • Information session: host a session to provide information to students about your organization and opportunities
  • One-on-one networking: schedule 10-15 minute networking sessions to connect individually with students interested in your organization
  • Resume book: access a resume book of students interested in opportunities with research labs and organizations

For information and assistance with any of these options, contact Kris Stehler.


Alumni Info

Launch your career

Did you know as an RIT alumni, you have full-access to the RIT career fairs and events? Whether you graduated 4 months ago or 10 years ago, employers are excited to meet RIT Tigers from all years of experience. Log-in to Career Connect to get started. If you're having issues logging in as an alumni, go to our Career Connect page for more info. 

Contact Us

Questions?
Feel free to reach out to our office by email.

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