Must-see employers at Careers in STEM fair

There is so much variety at the Careers in STEM fair on 10/12/23. With more than 130 amazing employers across industries ranging from defense to biotech and from manufacturing to R&D.

To best set a plan so you can speak with every employer that interests you, you’ll want to read the directory or use Handshake to learn about who’s coming. But, in addition to your own review, here at the Career & Co-op Center, we want to share some employers we think you should really consider stopping by and chatting with during the fair.

Does a career saving lives through tech innovation sound like you?

Then head over to meet with and discover Zoll Medical. With amazing technology like their Resuscitation on the Move™, AutoPulse which allows EMS professionals the ability to provide high-quality chest compressions down steep stairwells or their AED Plus® defibrillator that assists in rescuing patients, it means your engineering work with Zoll Medical will literally save lives.

Want to be on the cutting edge of the security systems?

Leidos is a leader in safety and security systems. If you’ve flown recently, you (or your luggage) have gone through a Leidos product. Serving aviation, healthcare, science, defense, homeland, and more, Leidos has 55 active jobs right now for new graduates and internship positions.

Working in sustainability at the top of your career journey list?

If sustainability is important to you, then stop by 6K. Recognized as a Forbes Best Start-Up to Work For, they have developed a cutting-edge process to sustainably produce metals used in batteries and additive manufacturing.

Excited by the field of automation or life sciences?

If automation is your thing, then stop by Brooks Automation. Their electrical and controls products are used across the semiconductor and life science industries. By recently acquiring the Aim Lab, Brooks Automation hopes to accelerate their organization’s growth by expanding life science automation portfolio.

But wait, there’s more!

Want to work on integrated circuits and sensors? Analog Devices and Infineon Technologies are worth having a conversation with at their booths.

For software engineers, Fidelity and Red Hat let your flex your software muscles in very different ways.

Want to design test equipment? Teradyne and MKS Instruments offer unparalleled experiences.

Is big power of interest, especially sustainable big power? Babcock Power should be a must for you then.

Whether you’re interested in the science or engineering of biotech, Werfen would be great to talk with. They truly do it all!

You’re probably wearing a Bemis product right now. Their adhesives and films are used across all types of fabrics.

Keeping the environment safe is at the core of Edwards Vacuum. Their products minimize the negative environmental impacts of manufacturing.

Ultimately, you can’t go wrong with any of our career fair employers. UML students and graduates have had great experiences with every single one in the past, and we anticipate this Careers in STEM career fair will be just the same. We hope to see you at the fair!

By Greg Denon
Greg Denon Associate Dean, Career Services & Cooperative Education