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Information on the 2016 Opportunity Job Fair


About the Job Fair

The Stanford University Opportunity Job Fair (OJF) is an annual event that brings recruiting corporations, government agencies and other institutions together with job-seeking Stanford students majoring in engineering, science and mathematics.

The OJF is sponsored by the School of Engineering. It is co-organized by the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES), the Society of Black Scientists and Engineers (SBSE), the Stanford Society of Latino Engineers (SOLE), and the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) on behalf of all Stanford students. Stanford seeks to promote diversification of the U.S. economy in industry, government, non profits and education.

The Fair averages over 125 companies and gathers a combined 1500 undergraduate and graduate students.


Engineering students at Opportunity Job Fair Reception



Opportunity Job Fair Reception

Friday January 22, 2016
4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Mackenzie Room, 3rd floor
Huang Engineering Center


Opportunity Job Fair

Saturday January 23, 2016
10:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.

Huang Engineering Center





Information for Recruiters                     REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED

The registration fee is $1,400 per table.
Companies that pay the registration fee will receive an information packet before the fair.

Please direct questions concerning the 2016 OJF to the OJF admin team at: soe_edp_admin@lists.stanford.edu
Phone: 650-721-6862

Stanford Recruiter Connect Plus appSU Recruiter Connect Plus

Recruiters download the Recruiter Connect Plus app for announcements and information specifically for companies.
Android App Link
iPhone App Link





The purpose of this Opportunity Job Fair (OJF) is to provide companies with a large number of qualified, technical employee candidates and to provide our students with employment opportunities. We believe that the OJF is a unique event where companies can meet and interact with a substantial group of outstanding Stanford engineering, math, and science students.


  • To identify and encourage participation of corporate sponsors
  • To create student management opportunities for SWE, SBSE, AISES and SOLE members through planning the job fair
  • To create corporate access to a diverse pool of interns and permanent hires, especially targeted underrepresented minorities, women, LGBT students, first-generation and low-income students
  • To place Stanford students in scholarship/fellowship programs, internships, co-ops, and permanent positions in industry
  • To develop ongoing relationships between Stanford faculty/staff/students and corporations
  • To expose faculty and staff to student organization members and their academic and professional needs
  • To create a funding base for the Engineering Diversity Programs (EDP) and the four diversity student societies
  • To use cost-effective administration strategies
  • To evaluate based on student, corporate, and management input
  • To evaluate placement results


Information for Participating Students

To review the full list of participating employers please visit the Career Fair Plus app.

Here are some recruiters that will be a part of OJF 2016:

Acumen, LLC
Analog Devices
Aquifi, Inc.
Cahill Contractors, Inc.
Centerfield Media
County Sanitation Districts of LA County
Doosan Fuel Cell America, Inc.
Erler & Kalinowski, Inc.
Fenwick & West LLP
FormFactor, Inc
Garmin International
Geosyntec Consultants
Google, Inc. / YouTube
Haley & Aldrich
Harvard Business School MBA Admissions
Jive Software 
JSR Micro, Inc.
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Lending Club
Linear Technology Corporation
Lockheed Martin
Massdrop Inc.
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
Move, Inc.
NetSuite Inc
Northrop Grumman Corporation
OmniTier Storage Inc.
Palo Alto Research Center
Quizlet, Inc.
Ramboll Environ US Corporation
San Francisco Public Utilities Commission
Sandia National Labs
Sony PlayStation
SRI International
Stanford Global Engineering Programs
Stanford GSB - Summer Institute for General Management (SIGM) & Stanford Ignite
Stottler Henke Artificial Intelligence
Sumitomo Electric
The Aerospace Corporation
Unity Technologies
Vectra Networks, Inc.
Veritas Technologies, LLC.
West Yost Associates
WorldQuant, LLC
Zumigo Inc.


Stanford Career Fair Plus app

SU Career Fair Plus


Students download the SU Career Fair Plus app to find out which companies will be attending, what majors they will be recruiting, and their locations at the fair.

Android App Link
iPhone App Link



Additional Management Information


The OJF event and reception is produced by a committee of volunteers from four engineering student societies:

  • The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) Stanford Chapter
  • The Stanford Society of Black Scientists and Engineers (SBSE)
  • The Stanford Society of Latino Engineers (SOLE)
  • The Stanford Society of Women Engineers (SWE)

If you are interested in serving as a core committee member click here


Dr. Noé Pablo Lozano, Associate Dean for Engineering Student Affairs and Director of Engineering Diversity Programs, serves as faculty advisor. Administrative staff for the Fair is based in the School of Engineering Office of Student Affairs.

For further information regarding the Opportunity Job Fair please contact:

Martha Escalera

Inquiries regarding the Engineering Diversity Program may be directed to:
Dr. Noe Lozano
Associate Dean of Student & Diversity Affairs