The BSC Career Fair began in 1984 as a one-day event that hosted 35 companies. Since then, the Fair has grown to a two-day event now hosting over 250 companies. The BSC Career Fair is a completely student-run event, thus making it one of the largest student run career fairs in the nation.
Within this committee you will have the opportunity to serve on one of the following sub-committees : Logistics & Operations, Hospitality, and Corporate Relations.
Students on this committee will need to possess a willingness to dedicate their time, enthusiasm, and talent to ensure that both parties, the students of Texas A&M and our industry recruiters, benefit from the fair.
S U B C O M M I T T E E S
Logistics & Operations
L&O is essential for the successful operation of the Career Fair. This subcommittee handles responsibilities such as creating the company booth layout, booking the venue, reserving parking lots and shuttles for recruiters, and making welcome packets. L&O members often tackle the majority of questions/concerns that arise on the day of the fair. After the fair, L&O evaluates the processes used, and looks to improve/streamline any potential inefficient areas. As a subcommittee, it strongly reflects the ability to adapt quickly to new situations, and provide innovative and constructive insight to help the Career Fair grow.
Hospitality focuses on making sure that the recruiters love our Career Fair more than any others that they may attend when it comes to being taken care of. Hospitality is in charge of coordinating with multiple vendors in serving breakfast, lunch, and snacks. As well as handling the food and beverage aspect of the fair, hospitality also creates decorations and other aesthetics to make our fair as professional and apealing as possible.
Corporate Relations focuses strongly on developing and maintaining solid relationships with the companies that attend our Career Fair. Their duties consist mostly of answering recruiter's questions via email year-round, as well as overseeing invoice payments and working with the registration process. On the day of the fair, members visit companies to get feedback on how their career fair experience is going.