DECaF 2017: Disciplines in Engineering Career Fair at University of California, San Diego - REGISTRATION CLOSED

Thursday, January 19 2017, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM [PST]

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Thursday, January 19 2017, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM [PST]

About the Events

The Disciplines of Engineering Career Fair (DECaF), established in 1998, is the only annual student-managed multidisciplinary career fair at the University of California, San Diego. This event provides company representatives a unique opportunity to interact and engage with UCSD's talented engineering students regarding career options, internships, and permanent or summer employment opportunities. Open exclusively to UCSD students and alumni, DECaF is coordinated by the Triton Engineering Student Council and over 20 pre-professional engineering student organizations at the Jacobs School of Engineering. These engineering societies, representing the spectrum of disciplines at the Jacobs School, work in close collaboration to maximize the attendance of UCSD's 5,000 undergraduate and graduate student engineers and to ensure the satisfaction of recruiters and students alike.

  Corporate Package Standard Start-Up/Small Business (50 Employees or Less, non-profit)
Cost $3000 $850 $550
Early Bird Registration Discount (Will end on November 1st) $0 $50 $50
Company Attendees Unlimited 2 2
Tables 2 1 1
No. of One-Day Parking Permits 4 2 2
Breakfast and Lunch Provided Yes Yes Yes
Recruiter Break Room Yes Yes Yes
Jacobs School Resume Database USB Yes Yes Yes
DECaF Event Sponsorship Company Logo Featured on all DECaF Promotional Material    
Private Interview Rooms Available Upon Request    
Corporate Sponsor Lounge Yes    
Company Sponsored Info-Session Pre-DECaF Available Upon Request    

 

 

 

About the Organizer

The Triton Engineering Student Council, or TESC, exists to promote academic excellence, community involvement, and strong ethical values among the students of the Jacobs School of Engineering. TESC unites the engineering student organizations and sponsors events that benefit all engineering students.

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