On Oct. 1, students of all academic levels will have the opportunity to engage with government and industry recruiters and representatives at the Aerospace, Defense, and Intelligence Career Fair.

The virtual event, running from 10 p.m. until 4 p.m. EDT, aims to connect employers in the intelligence, defense, and aerospace communities with top engineering students for potential internship, co-operative, and/or full-time employment opportunities in the national security field.

Over the course of the career fair, students will have an opportunity to meet with employers, share their resume, and set up post-career fair interviews. This event will be hosted on the virtual platform, Brazen, which allows students to interact with companies via text chats or one-on-one video chats. 

Because companies may choose to host video chats, it is important that students dress professionally and are fully engaged when participating in the career fair.

The government and industry employers attending the 2020 event are seeking students pursuing a variety of majors and disciplines, including aerospace and ocean engineering; computer science and data analytics; mechanical, and electrical engineering; as well as physics, math, national security, and political science.

Register for the Aerospace, Defense, and Intelligence Career Fair at Brazen.

This event is co-sponsored by the Kevin T. Crofton Department of Aerospace and Ocean Engineering, and The Hume Center for National Security and Technology.