2023 Career and Internship Fair

The Career and Professional Development Center hosted the 2023 Nichols College Career and Internship Fair on Tuesday, February 21st in Chalmers Field House. Many eager students arrived early in their best professional dress with resumes in hand preparing themselves to network with and learn from some of the 60+ companies in attendance including:  

  • United States Secret Service 
  • Town of Wellesley 
  • Worcester Braveheart 
  • Mohegan Sun Casino Resort 
  • MAPFRE Insurance
  • Homeland Security Investigations 
  • Commonwealth of Mass Department of Correction 
  • Unibank for Savings
  • KLR- Accounting 
  • Massachusetts State Police 
  • Publick House Historic Inn  
  • The Haven Club 
  • The Club at New Seabury 
  • SPIROL International Corporation 
  • Nichols College – GPS 
  • U.S. Department of State 
  • Riverside Community Care 
  • New Hampshire State Police 

Students engaged with multiple representatives from companies and with 350 students in attendance, many new connections were made.  Students also received some form of “swag” from the employers. Based on the follow-up surveys we received from students, many were excited by the number of different companies they could speak with and the number of connections they could form at the event.  

Although this was a requirement for many 3rd year PDS courses, there was a healthy mix between juniors, seniors, sophomores, alumni, and even some freshmen. This event was open to all as it is never too early to get a jumpstart on your career and networking to build future relationships with companies. The Career and Internship Fair is a wonderful way for students to engage with representatives of their chosen career path and to get their resumes directly into the hands of employers who can make their dream jobs and internships become a reality. The fair also helps companies put a face to some of the many names they are receiving regarding applications, which can give Nichols students a better chance at being selected for the opportunity to apply.  

Also, some of the company representatives were Nichols alumni. They returned once more to the Hill to support their fellow bison in furthering their career journeys. These Bison returned to Nichols for the Fair to represent companies including: 

  • AAA Northeast 
  • Boys & Girls Club of Worcester 
  • DMA Holdings Greatest Hits Cannabis Co. 
  • eClinical Works 
  • Enterprise Holdings  
  • Flynn Law 
  • GID: Windsor Communities 
  • Global Atlantic Financial Group 
  • Leominster Credit Union 
  • Lockton 
  • Makin’ It Marketing 
  • Maxim Healthcare Services 
  • Nashua Silver Knights 
  • Nassau Financial Group 
  • Noble Energy Real Estate Holdings 
  • Northwestern Mutual 
  • Open Sky Community Services
  • Target 
  • USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service 
  • Worcester Railers HC 
  • Worcester Red Sox 
By Emma Tyler
Emma Tyler