2017 STEM Slam

Tuesday, September 19 from 6:00-8:00 p.m
Stephen F. and Camilla T. Brauer Hall
St. Louis, 63112

Each employer will have 45 seconds to pitch to students why they should intern or work for their organization. After all pitches have been given, each organization will have a cocktail table to host small groups and network with students.

2017 Campuswide Career Fair

Hosted by the National Society of Black Engineers
Wednesday, September 12 from 3:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Washington University Athletic Complex
330 North Big Bend Blvd
St. Louis, 63130

The Career Fair is open to the entire Washington University in St. Louis student body. Job seeking students from ALL disciplines, in graduate and undergraduate levels, representing a wide variety of majors, are expected to attend.

To view a list of Companies that are registered to attend the career fair, please click here.


If you are a current NSBE member and would like to volunteer for the Career Fair please click here . The sheet includes the volunteer times for the prep sessions, SLAM, and the day of the Career Fair. Remember you must volunteer for 3 hours (1 hour being prep or cleanup) MINIMUM in order to be eligible for full subsidy.

Thank You for your interest in the WUSTL-NSBE Campus Wide Career Fair!
Click here to register(one day only).

Provided with registration:
  • Covered table and chairs. (2)
  • Assistance during setup.
  • Catered lunch.
  • Parking permit.

Go to this link for information on registration fees and your visit to St.Louis

We deserve the right to refuse employer participation based on industry representation and space availability



Upload Your Resume Below! (format: first_last_resume.pdf)

By uploading your resume you authorize the Washington University chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers to send the resume, as you’ve submitted it, to recruiters and scholarship managers on your behalf for opportunities that you quality for. You assume all risks associated with participation in this opportunity. 

“I, or anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release Washington University, the National Society of Black Engineers including regional, chapter or other subdivisions thereof, their agents, employees, representatives and successors from all claims or liabilities of any kind arising out or of my participation in this venture.”