You can find a list of currently registered employers for the event HERE.


Calling all Penn Engineers, candidates in STEM fields, and those interested in science, data, and technology – you’re invited to the 2024 STEM Career Fair! Participating organizations are seeking current undergraduate and graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and recent alumni for internships and full-time opportunities!

If you need assistance preparing for the fair, schedule an appointment with one of our advisors or click here to view a recording of our 2023 preparation workshop. You can also search for our upcoming Spring 2024 Career Fair Prep Workshop here.

Graduate students, please also take a look at the resource “Navigating Career Fairs with Confidence” on the Beyond Graduate School platform:

Who can attend?

  • Current Penn undergraduate students
  • Current Penn graduate students
  • Alumni from Penn graduate and undergraduate programs
  • Current postdocs at Penn

If you have any questions about your eligibility to attend the fair, please see the “Eligibility for Services” page here.

Resume Books

Students and postdocs will have the opportunity to upload their resumes prior to the career fair, and these will be shared with all employers a few days prior to the in-person career fair. This provides employers with the opportunity to reach out to students/postdocs directly if they choose to do so.

This is an extra opportunity, and does not take the place of applying for specific positions at organizations that you are interested in. Resumes uploaded for the resume books will be viewed by any employer that has registered for this event.

To upload your resume, please select the link below that reflects your degree/academic status at Penn, and your interest in full-time or internship opportunities. Please consider using some of the resume resources provided below to ensure that you resumes reflects the relevant skills, experience, or knowledge you can bring to the employers at this event.

Alumni: If you are a Penn alum/alumna, please choose the category that reflects the degree your received from Penn or your most recent degree status (e.g., if you are a Penn undergraduate alum with a PhD from another institution, you can choose the PhD/postdoc option)

Upload your resume to one of the following folders if you are interested in internships:

Undergraduates seeking internship opportunities:

Master’s students seeking internship opportunities:

PhD students & Postdocs seeking internship opportunities:

Upload your resume to one of the following folders if you are interested in full-time opportunities:

Undergraduates seeking full-time opportunities:

Master’s student seeking full-time opportunities:

PhD & Postdoc seeking full-time opportunities:

The deadline for submitting your resume will be 11:59pm on Sunday 11th February.

Best practices:

  • Review some of the resume resources below before submitting your resume in order to maximize the impact of your resume
  • Upload a PDF version of your resume – and use your name as the file name (e.g., Joseph Barber resume)
  • If you are a PhD/postdoc, a 1-3 page resume will be more effective than a longer academic CV
  • Keep your preferred employer audience in mind as you create a general version of your resume. You will have the option to add to add some descriptive keywords about your skills and interests when you upload your resume to the box file (e.g., Neuroscience PhD student with strong interest in life science consulting)

Here are some general resume resources:

If you run into any challenges with submitting your resume, please reach out:

  • Joseph Barber (