Spring 2019 CO-OP + CAREER Fair

Join over 700 Wentworth students and 180 organizations on Tuesday, March 19 from 3-7pm for Wentworth’s Spring CO-OP + CAREER Fair. Located on Wentworth’s campus in the heart of Boston, it’s an opportunity to recruit top STEAM talent for Summer co-ops/internships and full-time roles.

Registration is now open on WITworks and can be accessed here (You will need to log in to WITworks before registering). There’s also a quicklink on the right-hand side of your WITworks home screen. If you forgot your log in information or need to create an account please reach out to CO-OPS + CAREERS at 617.989.4101.

Standard registration is $400 and includes a 6-foot table and 2 chairs, booth piping and draping, electrical access, and up to 3 registrants.

Limited sponsorship slots are available for $2,000. Sponsors receive double booths/double attendees as well as a prime booth location and special marketing/branding in the months and weeks leading up to the Fair. You’ll also have the opportunity to be involved in programming before the Fair and be interviewed on our weekly podcast as a sponsor.

Contact Chris McIntyre, External Relations Specialist, at mcintyrec@wit.edu or 617.989.4188 to learn more.

As of March 1, the following firms are registered:

Allstate Glass
Aras Corporation
Barry-Wehmiller Design Group, Inc.
Brammer Bio
Building Engines
Circle Internet Financial
CM&B Inc.
Dacon Corporation
dck worldwide
Fairview Machine Company
Fitzemeyer & Tocci Associates, inc.
Fontaine Bros., Inc.
Gleeson Powers Inc
HireElements / A.W. Hastings
Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT)
NRD New England
Perini Management Services Inc. ( A division of TutorPerini Corp.)
Perkins + Will
Schneider Electric
Stantec Architecture
The Dow Company, Inc.
The NRP Group LLC
TRIA, Inc.
Upland Architects, Inc.
Walsh Brothers, Incorporated
Acumentrics Corporation
Air Distribution Corp
Arden Building Companies
Autocam Medical
AVTECH Software, Inc.
B2Q Associates, Inc.
BAE Systems, Electronics & Integrated Solutions (E&IS)
Bala Consulting Engineers
Balfour Beatty Construction
Bond Brothers, Inc.
Boston Water & Sewer Commission
BW Kennedy & Co.
C.E. Floyd Company, Inc.
Callahan, Inc.
Cannon Design
CBI Consulting Inc.
CBT Architects
Central Ceilings, Inc.
Chapman Construction/Design
City Building and Engineering Services (CBES)
Clark, Richardson, and Biskup Consulting Engineers (CRB)
CMC Design-Build
Commodore Builders
Consigli Construction Co., Inc.
Cox Engineering/Cambridgeport Air Systems
Cranshaw Construction
Cyber-Ark Software
Datto Inc
Delsys Inc.
DePuy Synthes of Johnson & Johnson
Dimeo Construction Company
DPS Group
Drummey Rosane Anderson, Inc.
E. M. Duggan, Inc.
Eaton Corporation
EBI Consulting
Edward Rowse Architects
EF Education First
Elaine Construction Company
Electric Supply Center
Environmental Health & Engineering, Inc. (EH&E)
Erland Construction, Inc.
Essex Builders Corp.
EYP, Inc.
ezCater, Inc.
Fast Enterprises, LLC
FLIR Systems, Inc.
Fluid Industrial Associates
Fuss & O’Neill
Gaithersburg Architectural Millwork
Galatea Associates
Gems Sensors, Inc.
General Dynamics Electric Boat
General Electric Aviation
Gilbane Building Co.
Hayward Baker
Hensel Phelps Construction Co.
HFA (Harrrison French & Associates)
Homesite Insurance
iCorps Technologies
Inkcups Now Corporation
Insource Services, Inc.
Integration Partners
LaRosa Building Group LLC
Lee Kennedy Co., Inc.
Lenze Americas
Liberty Mutual Insurance
Linea 5, Inc.
Lytron Incorporated
MAS Building & Bridge, Inc.
Massachusetts School Building Authority
McDonald Electrical Corporation
McMahon Architects, Inc.
Methods Machine Tools Inc.
Methuen Construction
Mill Creek Residential
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
NEI General Contracting, Inc.
New England Lab
NOVO Construction
Olympus Corporation of America
Raytheon Company
RBC Bearings
RealFood Consulting
Restoration Hardware
Richardson Electronics, Ltd
Rider Levett Bucknall
Rochester Electronics
Rocket Software
Samiotes Consultants, Inc.
Sanborn Head and Associates, Inc.
Satuit Technologies
Siena Construction Corporation
Site Specific
SMC Corporation of America
SMR Consulting, Inc.
STV, Inc.
Symmes Maini & McKee Associates (SMMA)
TG Gallagher
The Dolben Company
The S/L/A/M Collaborative
Timberline Construction
Tocci Building Corporation
Trapani Associates Architects
Traylor Bros., Inc.
Tremont Construction Management
Trinity Building & Construction Management
U.S. Pavement Services Inc.
Ultra Electronics Herley
United Civil, Inc.
Veson Nautical
Walker Parking Consultants
Walter A. Furman Co.
Weston & Sampson Engineers
Williams Building Company
ZOLL Medical

In addition to the Fair, Wentworth offers a number of other outlets to engage students:

  • Post your openings in WITworks, where Wentworth students go to look for co-ops and jobs.
  • Provide a practice interview:  Mock interview up to five students during a three hour event each Fall.
  • Become a Co-op Employer:  All undergraduate day students are required to complete two Cooperative Education (co-op) experiences prior to receiving their Bachelor’s degree.  These are typically paid, full-time (32 hours minimally per week) and last for the duration of the semester.  Most students do their required co-ops in their junior and senior year and an optional co-op in their sophomore year.  Architecture students complete their required co-ops in their sophomore and junior years.
  • Interview at Wentworth:  We offer on-campus interviewing where you can review resumes of all candidates, pick the students whom you care to interview and have the interviews here at our offices. We will do all of the administrative tasks.  You can pick a date that would work for you and we will set it all up.
  • Become an “Employer-in-Residence”:   Provide resume expertise to our students during our drop-in hours.  We host drop-in hours each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday afternoons.  You can participate in the program as often as your schedule allows.
  • Host a Wentworth on the Road Trip:  In May, 2019, you can host students at your location to learn about your organization and industry.  Let the students know about the types of positions for which you hire and how they can position themselves to be top candidates.  Show them around your place of work.  Have a recent college hire or co-op student speak to them about the transition from school to work at your firm.  The visit can be for as little as two hours to an all- day program.  The decision is yours.  We will market it to the appropriate students who will provide their own transportation to the event. School is not in session during this week which increases the ability of our students participation.