The Bryce Jordan Center is a large venue that fills with thousands of students and recruiters during FCD. Understanding how to get around before the fair removes the stress and helps you maximize your time.
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Internship and Co-op
10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
*NEW: Additional hour today only*
11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Students must check-in upon arrival in one of two areas:
Corner of Bigler andUniversity
Corner nearest the All-Sports Museum
Bring your student ID to enter the fair.
Students do not need to pre-register.
Download the app.
Navigate using the app, flag favorite companies, and more using the Fall Career Days app. Search "Career Fair Plus" in your app store and find Penn State in the list.
Pick up a map at student registration.
This will include a list of all companies attending along with their booth location.
All employers attending Fall Career Days are located in three distinct areas:
Concourse (LEVEL THREE)
Arena Floor (LEVEL ONE)
South Annex (LEVEL ONE)
Coat racks are available at GATE A.
COATS ONLY. Any bags will be removed in accordance with the BJC bag policy (see below). Items are left at your own risk and neither Fall Career Days nor the BJC are liable for any lost belongings.
NOTICE: NO BAG POLICY IN EFFECT
In accordance with new University policy surrounding events, particularly those at sporting event facilities, bags of any kind—including backpacks, purses, and clutches—will no longer be allowed at the Bryce Jordan Center. Fall Career Days staff strongly discourage students from bringing any bags to the event.
Students who bring bags with them will be subjected to a lengthy security check at the entrance to the BJC. BJC security staff reserve the right to reject bags if they have any concerns. Approved bags will be tagged and students must keep the bags with them at all times during the event. A coat and umbrella check will still be available, if needed; however, to speed their access into the event, students should not bring these items unless they are necessary.
Disposable bags will be provided at check-in for materials that students may gather from employers during the event.
Students may bring a portfolio containing copies of their résumés, note paper, their Penn State student ID card, and a pen; a jump drive with an electronic version of their résumé is also recommended.
We strongly discourage students from bringing laptops or tablet computers to Fall Career Days. These items cannot be checked with coats and umbrellas and must be carried with students at all times during the event.