Career Shuttles are group site visits to employers in the greater Washington DC area. A chartered UMD bus takes students to companies, non-profit organizations, government agencies, studios, and other places of employment typically not represented in on-campus career fairs. Visits include site tours, conversations with alumni working in the organization, and in-depth information about internship or entry-level hiring.
Seats on the shuttle are limited and our non-show policy is strictly enforced.
2017 FALL SITE VISITS
Career Shuttle: Wolf Trap
Friday, September 8th • 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Career Shuttle: LifeBridge Health (Sinai Hospital of Baltimore)
Friday, September 29th • 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Career Shuttle: Cornerstone Montgomery
Friday, October 6th • 10:15 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Career Shuttle: Alarm.com
Friday, October 6th
Career Shuttle: National Geographic
Tuesday, October 10th • 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Career Shuttle: Mary's Center
Friday, October 27th • 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
“This was a very informative experience and gave me insight into a possible field of interest for me. I hope there are more trips like this to come!”– Student Career Shuttle to Planned Parenthood
“Meeting people in the organization and getting my name out there really made me happy. I'm certain that I want to work with CBF in the future and now I have really great things to talk about in an interview and the personal contact info of the HR team” – Student Career Shuttle to The Chesapeake Bay Foundation
“I got to see what working in the field was really like, which is an invaluable experience. As a freshman, this opportunity has really made me think about what I want to do with my degree or how I want to purse my future: – Student Career Shuttle to the OCME
“I expected to receive valuable information about what employers are searching for when they recruit, but I found more than that on my trip. I discovered a position that I’m eligible for and learned about how that position can help me start a career from potential employers. That’s something I wouldn’t have access to if I didn’t visit the organization in person” – Student Career Shuttle to Agora
“Great reminder of the importance of transferable skills. The CEO majored in philosophy at UMD and had limited business experience, but took advantage of skills he’d learned – critical thinking and networking to build a career based on his interests” – Student Career Shuttle to DiamondRock Hospitality
“This trip has inspired me to work hard and give my full time and effort to the thing I feel passionate about. All the panelists’ stories had one thing in common: believe in yourself, work hard and good things will come. It was really inspiring to get to know how people think and work at a company like Google” – Student Career Shuttle to Google
“It’s really great to hear about all the different roles involved in the running of a museum. It’s wonderful to be able to see how it works on the inside, especially since it’s a partner of the university! I’m definitely going to apply for an internship and recommend it to my friends” – Student Career Shuttle to the Phillips Collection