Cal Poly Pomona ENV Career Day 2015
When
Where
April 16, 2015, 11:00am-3:15pm
3801 W Temple Ave, Bldg 7, Pomona, CA 91768
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Cal Poly Pomona ENV Career Day 2015

It is time for Cal Poly's annual ENV Career Day! ! ENV Career Day 2015 is presented by the College of Environmental Design and the ENV student organizations to provide a great opportunity to showcase your firm and network with the talented students that attend Cal Poly's programs. The ENV Career Fair will be open to +1000 ENV students and you will have an opportunity to meet a number of talented students in a more intimate setting during the interviews. We hope that you will be able to participate in this year's ENV Career Fair.

DATE & TIME:
 Thursday, April 16th, 2015 11 am – 3:15 pm

ENV Career Fair (11am – 1 pm) @ Building 35 (Bronco Student Center), Cal Poly Pomona

The ENV Career Fair is a student-firm networking session. Firms can promote their companies and recruit from +1000 students in the College of Environmental Design including architecture, landscape architecture, urban & regional planning, and graphic design and art students.

ENV Firm Interviews (1:15pm – 3:15pm) @ Building 35 (Bronco Student Center), Cal Poly Pomona

Each firm will have an opportunity to interview 12 students or more in the College of Environmental Design for 15 minutes each. You will have access to the pool of resumes of students prior to the event, and be able to select students that you would like to interview. If you are hiring, it’s a great opportunity for you to meet your potential future interns and employees! If you’re not hiring at the moment, you might still want to meet our students to keep in contact for any future needs.

Benefits from the ENV Career Day will go to the ENV student organizations directly, including ENV Council, AIAS, ASLA, APSA, ASA, GPSA, and TSD.


LINK FOR MORE INFO & TO REGISTER

ENV WEBSITE

CONTACTS:

Email: cppenvcouncil@gmail.com

714-574-7920 (Martin Mares, President of ENV Council)

661-817-5113 (Jose Mendez, Vice President of ENV Council)