Barnard College Career Fairs

During the fall and spring semesters, career fairs at Barnard College give employers from all industries a unique and convenient opportunity to meet with motivated and interested students and alumnae. The fair affords students the opportunity to gather information about career options within many organizations and across industries as well as seek out internship and full-time employment opportunities. Approximately 9,300 men and women undergraduate and graduate students are invited to the career fair. Attending the career fair is an excellent way for organizations to gain visibility on campus and maximize recruiting potential at Barnard College.

Upcoming Career Fair Dates

Friday, September 13, 2013  11am-3pm
Registration begins: June 3, 2013
Registration ends: August 28, 2013
Friday, January 24, 2014, 11am-3pm
Registration begins: October 1, 2013
Registration ends: January 10, 2014



Employers registering for the fair who are new to Barnard’s NACElink employer management system will be asked to create a profile. Once you have submitted your profile, within one business day you will receive an email granting you access to NACElink, where you can complete your registration for the Fall Career Fair.

Registration Includes

  • Admission for two representatives
  • 1 rectangular table 6’x 30” plus a linen cloth
  • Name tags and name tent
  • Light lunch & refreshments
  • Career fair e-brochure (online listing of participating employers)

There is no charge for the first two employer representatives. Additional representatives will incur a charge of $50 per person.

Cancellation Policy: Employers cancelling within 24 hours of the fair start time as well as employers who fail to show for the event will be charged $50. 

Schools Participating in Career Fairs:
Barnard College 2,400 undergraduate women
Columbia College 4,200 coeducational undergraduates     
Fu Foundation School of Engineering & Applied Science 1,400 pre-professional, coeducational undergraduates
School of General Studies 1,300 experienced, coeducational undergraduates