Spring 2021 Virtual Internship Fair,  February 16-18, 2021

This spring, CCM’s Internship Fair will be held virtually, as a three-day event, grouped by majors.

Tuesday, February 16:

For students in Liberal Arts, Criminal Justice, Business, Graphic Design, Communication, and Media.

Please join Zoom meeting for each employer according to the time schedule.

11:00am – 12:00pm

Spring Street CDC (Table of Hope)Event Planning/Grant Writing, Accounting/Finance, Multi-Media, Culinary, Social Work Interns

12:30pm – 1:30pm

NJ CourtsAdditional Information – Judiciary Interns

2:00pm – 3:00pm

Homeless SolutionsAdditional Information – Security Internships

3:30pm – 4:30pm

ARTS By The PeopleAdditional Information – Arts, Communication & Business Interns   | Video

Wednesday, February 17:

For students in Business, Engineering and IT/Computer fields.

Please join Zoom meeting for each employer according to the time schedule.

10:00am – 11:00am

EnterpriseAdditional Information – Business & IT Internships

11:30am – 12:30pm

Werbel MicrowaveAdditional Information – Engineering Internships

1:00pm – 2:00pm

RS MicrowaveAdditional Information – Engineering Internships

2:30pm – 3:30pm

Strategic Micro Systems – IT Interns

4:00pm – 5:00pm

Y-Fi LabsAdditional Information – Marketing Intern & Smart Home (IT) Intern

Thursday, February 18:

For students in Health Sciences.

Please join Zoom meeting for each employer according to the time schedule.

10:00am – 11:00am

Veolia North AmericaAdditional Information – Environmental Specialist Intern

11:30am – 12:30am

Symbiotic Research – Lab Intern


What to expect:

Each employer has an allotted time.  Enter the room using the link provided at the time identified for that employer.  When you enter the room, the host will receive notification and admit you.  An employer may wish to provide information in a group setting, or speak with students individually; in which case you encounter a short wait to be invited into the room.

Be prepared:

  • Research the employers you plan to speak with. Websites link are provided on the event schedule.
  • Make sure your technology is in working order and that you are able to run the software required for the meeting.  If at all possible, use a desktop, laptop, or propped tablet rather than a hand-held phone to avoid a shaky image.
  • Dress professionally and secure your background and location to avoid distractions.  Silence your phone.
  • Once an employer engages you in a chat, the ball is in your court to introduce yourself and ask questions about the organization and open positions.  Practice a quick pitch in case you are given the opportunity to provide one.
  • Present confidence using professional language, maintaining eye contact, and being aware of your body language.
  • Have paper and pen available to take quick notes.
  • Show your interest in the position:  offer a resume, ask about the next steps, and how to get in touch with the recruiter.