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Alumni Engineering Career Fair

BEAM, Stanford Career Education is preparing to host our annual Engineering Alumni Career Fair virtually on the Handshake platform. In order to ensure you have the best possible experience, we’ve gathered together some information to help you get ready. 

STEP 1. Getting an Account

If you had a Handshake Account while you were an active student, you should fill out this form to convert your account and save any saved data and information you have already added. (Please ensure that your grad year is listed, you have chosen 'Alumni' as your school year and that you have listed you major.)

If you are new to Handshake, please register a new account

STEP 2. Adding a resume- It’s important to have an up to date resume publicly shared for employers to find during the career fair and after. 

STEP 3. RSVP to the Career Fair- Once you are set in Handshake, you’ll need to navigate to the Fairs tab and click on the Engineering Alumni Career Fair and RSVP. 

STEP 4.  Getting ready for a great fair experience- Please use these articles to help you navigate the career fair, set up your schedule and get any help you may need.

Alumni attend the engineering career fair

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Connect students with your Opportunties!

The 2021 job market is anything but predictable. Internships rescinded, hiring freezes, and lack of job opportunities are the reality for many of our students and recent grads.

Opportunites in SAM is your chance to help Stanford students through this uncertain time while delivering against business objectives.

How can you provide opportunities to current students?

The new Opportunities function in our Stanford Alumni Mentoring platform is an easy way to share your relevant projects, internships, and job opportunities with students. The platform is easy to use, and provides project templates and manages interactions with students all within the SAM platform.

To get started: create your profile on the SAM platform using your Stanford alumni email address, then use these step-by-step instructions to complete your project, job, or internship opportunity.

We are incredibly grateful for alumni support of Stanford students in this trying time. We hope this platform will provide you the necessary tools to not only get your project completed, but help build the skills and confidence for Stanford students.

If you have any questions about the SAM platform, please email mentoring@stanford.edu.

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