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Career Fair

The Career Fair is designed to provide potential employers with an opportunity to meet students and conduct formal interviews for the purpose of hiring both interns and full time employees. In addition, it provides an opportunity for students to learn about employment prospects in the construction industry.

The Vice President of Baker Triangle, Bryan Craft '96, explains his involvement with the Construction Science program at Texas A&M University.

Session 1 (CIAC) of the Career Fair is held at the Brazos County Exposition Complex, 5827 Leonard Road, Bryan, located approximately 7 miles Northwest of campus. The interviews are in your assigned booth at the Exposition Center.

Session 2 of the Career Fair is held on Campus in Langford, Building A.

We are unable to reserve room blocks due to the number of rooms needed. Please click here for hotel accommodations.

Ship Booth

The UPS Store
Culpepper Plaza 
1511 South Texas Ave.
College Station, TX 77840-3328
Phone: 979-764-6107
Store Hours: 8:00am-6:30pm M-F

You are responsible for picking your package up and transporting it to and from the Brazos County Exposition Center and Langford, Building A.

Additional Information

For additional information, contact Melissa Sodolak
Phone: 979.862.7354
Fax: 979.862.7803

Employment Information 

Employment information on starting salaries for construction science graduates is available for undergraduate students and graduate students.

For additional employment information, contact Hernan Guerra, Industry Relations Coordinator, at 979-458-1056.

Notice Regarding Student Resumes

The Department of Construction Science values our industry supporters' contributions to our department's programs. One of the important functions of our department is the Career Fair and the opportunities students have to seek internships and full time employment. Due to Federal, State and University regulations, the Department can not furnish the resumes of our students to the public. Students are taught how to prepare resumes in classes and at the Career Center. All students who interview should have a resume prepared and can hand you one at the time they meet you.