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Please join us for a Career and Information Fair! This event is specifically for the Departments of ChBE, MSE and BioE, so update your CV and dress to impress! 

Internships & full-time positions are available, or come just to learn more about career opportunities in your field.

Please RSVP at http://clark-umd-csm.symplicity.com/surveys/BioEChEMatE by Monday, February 20, so that we can print a nametag for you.

Need resume advice?  Click here for guidelines and then stop by the Engineering Career Services Office, 1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall for a critique.


Employers Attending  (more may be added later)

Accenture

Aceto

Aerotek

AgNovos Healthcare

AllianceBio

Barry-Wehmiller Design Group

Becton Dickinson

Booz Allen Hamilton

Central Intelligence Agency

Children's National Health System

Cytonix

Emergent Biosolutions

GlaxoSmithKline

IDA Science & Technology Policy Institute

Imagilin Technology

Maryland Development Center

Materials Modification

MedImmune

MedStar Health, Simulation Training Lab

National Institute of Standards and Technology

National Institutes of Health

NAVSEA

PathSensors

Personal Genome Diagnostics

Saft America

Senseonics

Smithers Avanza

UM Bioprocess Scale-Up Facility

US Department of Energy

US Food and Drug Administration

Vasoptic Medical



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