Grand Canyon University Career Services hosted their first career fair of the academic year on Friday, which was a huge success. The Analytics, Engineering, and Technology Career Fair witnessed a record-breaking number of participating companies, with 45 in total. More than 500 students attended the event, eager to explore job opportunities and connect with industry professionals.
Among the attendees, GCU students had the chance to engage with representatives from various engineering and tech companies. Taking place at the GCU Arena on September 15, 2023, the fair provided a platform for students to learn more about potential career paths and network with potential employers.
One of the participating companies, TEL, had their representative, Aaron Bushy, engaging in conversations with students. He discussed the company’s global impact in the semiconductor industry, giving students valuable insights into a particular field of interest.
Freshman student Jordan Ward took advantage of the event by interacting with representatives from Kudelski Security. Attending the Analytics, Engineering, and Technology Career Fair, Ward had the opportunity to hear about the company and explore potential opportunities for her future career.
Technical recruiter Ryan Delaney, a GCU graduate from the class of 2021, represented Judge IT Professional Services during the fair. Delaney engaged in conversations with students, sharing information about the company and discussing potential job prospects.
Representatives from Amazon were also present at the Analytics, Engineering, and Technology Career Fair, connecting with students and shedding light on the employment opportunities available within the renowned tech giant.
Gerum Haile-Lincoln, a junior computer science major, took the opportunity to converse with a representative from a tech company during the fair. Such interactions allowed Haile-Lincoln to gain valuable insights into the industry and potentially forge connections that could benefit his future career.
Microchip, another participant at the fair, had representatives present to engage with students and offer information on potential career paths within the company. Students eagerly conversed with these representatives, eager to explore future opportunities.
APS Engineering Supervisor Erik Rios also participated in the Analytics, Engineering, and Technology Career Fair. Rios had discussions with students, providing them with insights into potential career paths within the field of engineering.
Overall, the Analytics, Engineering, and Technology Career Fair organized by Grand Canyon University Career Services was a resounding success. With a record-breaking number of participating companies and a high turnout of more than 500 students, the event provided a platform for students to engage with industry professionals, explore various career paths, and potentially secure future job opportunities.