"I have been to Calvin's campus twice to conduct mock interviews with the engineering students and I find that Calvin has THE BEST students I've seen in a very long time. They are so impressive, smart, focused and just the kind of people I want to hire in our firm. The students who I spoke to at the fair were equally as impressive and prepared. I wish I had openings for each of the 40 students I met!"
-- Melanie Trowbridge, C2AE

Career Fair Details

November 10, 2016, from 2:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Meet sophomore, junior and senior engineering and computer science students seeking internships and full-time positions. Students from the following schools are invited to participate: Calvin College, Aquinas College, Cornerstone University, Grand Valley State University, and Hope College. Students from all schools are welcome.

See registered employers from last year (.pdf)

  • Registration

    Employers may register on Handshake.

    Note that we will accept registrations from no more than three third party recruiting firms.

    If you want to be added to the employer invitation list, contact Laurie Lemmen.

    Lodging: The Prince Conference Center includes a hotel with lodging. Contact them at (616) 526-7200 to reserve a room.

  • Cost

    $200 registration fee for 2 recruiters, includes a 6 foot long table, tablecloth, 2 chairs, lunch and refreshments. Additional recruiters: $30/person

  • Timing

    Booth set-up starts at 12:00 p.m.
    Lunch will be available from 12:00-2:00
    Refreshments will be available for recruiters all afternoon
    The fair concludes at 5:00 p.m.

  • Internet Access

    Wireless internet access is available for free.

  • Directions

    Directions are available on the Prince Conference Center website. There is ample free parking outside the conference center.

Did You Know?

Calvin College offers a bachelor of science in Engineering with the following concentrations:

  • chemical
  • civil & environmental
  • electrical & computer
  • mechanical

We also offer bachelor of science degrees in computer science and information systems.


Laurie Lemmen, internship & job fair coordinator
(616) 526-8744

Program Accolades

Computer Science/Info Systems:  Each year since 2007, Calvin's median computer science senior has scored above the 95th percentile on the ETS major field test (see results); which covers programming, discrete structures and algorithms, and systems; making them among the top computer science students in the country.

Engineering:  95% of Calvin engineering students pass the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam on the first attempt (2004-2008) (national average 78%).


For more information

Employers: Want a copy of our resume book of senior engineering students? Request one via e-mail (paper or electronic copies available).