Gain a competitive advantage in the war for talent.

Establish relationships with the gatekeepers of campus recruiting at the nation’s top-ranked STEM schools.


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Why attend?

Generation Z (born 1995-2010) is now entering the workforce. Trailing only word-of-mouth referrals, career centers are Gen Z’s second-most valuable resource in a job search. Roughly one in four Gen Z students start actively job searching in their sophomore year, making early engagement critical. (Yello, 2019)

Faced with record-low unemployment rates and the need for increasingly specialized skill sets, recruiters are more challenged than ever to find qualified candidates.

Talent Forum expands your search by connecting you with the gatekeepers of campus recruiting from more than 50 institutions nationally recognized as top producers of STEM talent.

The two-day event maximizes your time and investment by convening over 50 university career center professionals from across the country to meet you in one place. Through networking and speaker sessions, you will learn best practices for recruiting on campus while marketing internship and job opportunities at your company.

Select employers will also meet one-on-one with representatives from their top-choice schools.


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Who attends?

Employers responsible for identifying and hiring interns and college graduates for high-tech roles at companies in The Corridor region, such as:

  • Recruiters
  • Talent acquisition specialists
  • Human resource professionals
  • Hiring managers

Career center professionals from top-ranked institutions. Past participants include:

  • Harvard
  • MIT
  • Rutgers
  • University of Chicago
  • University of Central Florida
  • University of South Florida
  • University of Florida
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Thank you to our Talent Forum 2020 sponsors:



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