Startup Job Fair
Join the Mayor's Office of Economic Development for the City of Boston's Startup Job Fair! This job fair will provide startups with the opportunity to recruit talented recent graduates and young professionals. Likewise, students and young professionals interested in learning more about what working for a startup entails will have the opportunity to speak with different companies looking to hire!
Startups participating in the event are looking for candidates to fill positions in:
- Business Development
The mock interviews program will give aspiring candidates an opportunity to sharpen their interviewing skills — and to hear a little constructive feedback from industry professionals. Charlotte How is a graduate of Vanderbilt University, with a background in Economics and Human and Organizational Development. Because of her passion for entrepreneurship and startups, she moved to Boston for a job at BookBub, one of Boston's fastest-growing consumer tech startups — and has been working there ever since.Round Table: 'Taking Equity in a Startup,' 7 - 8 p.m.
Come learn what it means (1) to take equity in a startup and (2) what qualities make someone a successful startup job candidate.
Ian Mashiter is a Senior Lecturer at Questrom School of Business and Managing Director of the BUzz Lab, BU's Innovation hub. Professor Mashiter has worked with startups for over 20 years as a founder, investor, and mentor.
Bring your resume and questions about how to translate your experience into language that will catch the attention of early stage companies. Work in small groups with Allison Drude Cook from 6 - 7 p.m. and from 7 - 8 p.m., receive one on one resume reviews from the Boston University Graduate Entrepreneurship Club.
Allison Drude Cook is the BUzz Lab's Partnership Development Manager. She's worked with college students in their internship search at UMass Amherst, Boston University and Valley Venture Mentors. Most recently, she managed the internship portion of the Norwegian Entrepreneurship Program, which placed international graduate students at Boston-area startups.