Co-sponsored by The Office of International Education & Global Programs and The Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education, the Study/Work Abroad Fair is an excellent opportunity for your organization to provide information to prospective students seeking international opportunities.
- Fair Information
- Shipping Information
- Parking Information
- Information for Registered Companies
Visit RIT’s campus of over 15,000 students to showcase your organization’s offerings to prospective students seeking international opportunities including, but not limited to, study abroad programs, work abroad programs and overseas employment.
For over 100 years, the hallmark of an RIT education has been the practical, paid work experience provided through cooperative education. RIT was among the first universities to begin cooperative education back in 1912, and today our co-op program is the fourth oldest and one of the largest in the world.
More than 3,600 RIT students completed more than 5,300 work assignments last year and were employed by nearly 2,000 employers coast to coast and abroad. Co-op is one of the most effective means for employers to identify and acquire key talent – few institutions have done it as well and as long as RIT. RIT’s extensive experience and resources allow us to successfully meet the needs of nearly all types of employing organizations. We offer programs in 9 colleges, Engineering, Computing and Information Sciences, Science & Math, Business, Imaging Arts & Science, Liberal Arts, and National Technical Institute of the Deaf.
Wednesday, September 26th 2018 in the Student Alumni Union, Fireside Lounge
9:30 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. Arrival and set up
12:00p.m. - Lunch included with your registration fee
11:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Fair open to students
4:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. Exhibitor tear down
Registration is open now!
This will provide you with one 6-foot table (draped, no backdrop), 2 chairs and lunch prior to the event.
The fee for the Study/Work Abroad fair is $100; Online secure credit card payment: we accept MasterCard,Visa, American Express, and Discover. (through our online registration system)
or by check.
Check payable to: RIT Office of Career Services
Rochester Institute of Technology
Office of Career Services & Co-op
57 Lomb Memorial Drive, Building #77
Rochester, NY 14623
Friday, September 22, 2018
Prior to the Study/Work Abroad Fair
If you plan to ship your display materials in advance, please plan to have your materials arrive no earlier than 2 weeks prior to the event and no later than the day prior to the event.
Please use the following address:
RIT Study/Work Abroad Fair/COMPANY NAME
Office of Career Services and Cooperative Education
335 John Street
Rochester, NY 14623
ATTN: David Travaglini
Shipped materials will be delivered to your booth the morning of the Study/Work Abroad Fair. Please DO NOT send packages to The Gordon Field House.
Please pick up a parking pass at the Welcome Center when you arrive on campus. The pass will be reserved under either “Study/Work Abroad Fair” or “Study Abroad & Fellowships” and should be valid for any parking lot in the unreserved section. The closest parking lots would be D, V or E.
Before you park, you can pull into the roundabout near the field house to unload your vehicle. Vehicles cannot be left unattended, so we will have staff available to stay with your car and help you unload and direct you to the fair.
Q. Do I need a parking pass in order to park?
A. Yes. When you arrive on campus for the event please go to the parking attendant in the Information Booth and he will direct you to parking lot D, V or E.
Q. Will there be internet access in the building?
A. Yes. There will be instructions when you arrive on how to access the RIT wireless network.
Q. What kinds of materials should I bring to the fair?
A. You may bring your company marketing materials; applications if you require them, giveaways are also common.
Q. Is there room for a display?
A. There will be room for a small tabletop display.
Q. How many students can I expect to see?
A. Last year the event drew over 250 students however we anticipate a larger turn out this year.