Interview Students On Campus
The CDC will coordinate on-campus interviews for employers by advertising company visits, coordinating information sessions, and scheduling interviews.
We provide space in our interview suite that includes six interview rooms, a waiting area, and video interview room. The CDC is located in the lower level of the Project Center (building #28 on the campus map).
We can also make arrangements for you to present an overview of your company to our students. Typically information sessions are scheduled the night before on-campus interviews, or a few days prior to the application deadline or "resume submission end" in Job Finder. There is no fee associated with corporate presentations.
For employers who are unable to travel and present information sessions directly on campus, consider setting up a virtual information session to interact with students across distances and present your company brand to the WPI population.
The CDC staff will arrange for your audio and visual needs along with any refreshments you wish to serve. You will be billed directly by our Events Office for your refreshments order after your event has taken place. Once all of the details are arranged for your presentation, you will receive a confirmation form. If you wish to cancel a presentation, it must be done at least one week prior to the event.
Set up on-campus interviews or company information sessions by calling the Career Development Center at +1-508-831-5260, or make a request through your Job Finder account.
The WPI Career Development Center is a member of the National Association for Colleges and Employers (NACE) and adheres to the NACE Principles for Professional Practice.
Employers recruiting at Worcester Polytechnic Institute must not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, color, creed, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation unless they are allowed by law exemption to non-discrimination laws. Employers must have available positions or must anticipate the likelihood of available positions within the graduation year.
Employers recruiting through the Worcester Polytechnic Institute Career Development Center must comply with federal and state laws regarding equal employment. The University is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer.
The WPI Career Development Center (CDC) acts as an intermediary between employers looking to post and fill open opportunities and students and alumni looking to gain employment. For more information, please visit the Job Search Safety page.
Deferred Start Dates/Rescinded Offers
All employment offers should be made in good faith. If there be a need for your organization to defer start dates or rescind offers of employment, we ask that you contact our office prior to notifying candidates who will be affected by this decision.