Affiliate Services


Recruiting Online
The Recruiting Program provides web-based recruiting, enabling employers to connect with interested students:
  • Post and submit your company's job descriptions for students
  • View and download resumes submitted by qualified candidates
  • Email requests and notify students of schedule changes
  • Pre-select candidates online for interview scheduling
  • Monitor your interview schedule
NOTE: Computer Forum interviews are separate from interview days that your company may plan with the Career Development Center.  
Scheduling Interviews
  • Reserve your recruiting schedule before the deadlines
  • Choose length or number of interviews for your schedule: 30, 45, 60 mins
Interview Duration 30 mins 45 mins 60 mins
No. Interviews 12 9 7
First interview 8:45am 9:00am 9:00am
Last Interview 4:00pm 4:00pm 4:00pm
Scheduled Breaks 2 0 0
Information Sessions
Held in Gates and Packard buildings, Information Sessions are an opportunity for affiliates to interact with CS & EE students. The format varies from Pre-Interview Reception and Office Hours to Tech Talks and Q&A Sessions. The catered event is generally scheduled after 5:00pm for industry and student convenience.
Career Fairs
Career Fairs are held annually in October and January in a tent between Gates CS and Packard EE Buildings. Computer Science and Electrical Engineering (BS, CS, PhD) students looking for full-time positions and internships have the opportunity to meet with company representatives face-to-face, to directly submit resumes, and make long-term connections.
Company Tours
The Computer Forum invites affiliates to host Company Tours for Stanford CS & CSE Students. The half-day visits are designed to educate students about the working environment, facilities, and staff at the affiliates Bay Area offices. The tours should focus upon careers, recruiting, technology, and technical presentations.

Affiliates wishing to schedule a Company Tour or request further information, contact forumstaff@cs.stanford.edu

Job Board
Job announcements are posted on:
  • Mailing lists reserved exclusively for CS & EE Students
  • Flyers posted in the Gates CS Building and Engineering Quad

If you would like to distribute posters around the entire campus, you can contact the ASSU Ad Agency at 650.725.1468.

Career Workshops

The Career Workshops are designed to educate students about career strategy and to provide tools to sharpen their job search and interview skills. The workshops are held over lunch and topics range from career tips and experiences to technical presentations.

 

Previous topics presented at the Career Workshops were:

  • Resume Writing & Interview Skills
  • Key Job Search Strategies
  • Evaluating & Negotiating the Job Offer
  • Academic, Internships, and Industry
  • Career Planning
  • Career Path in Large Multinational Companies
  • Deciding Between a Start-up Vs a Fortune 500 Company
  • How to Get the Job of Your Dreams and Making the Best Out of It
  • So You’ve Accepted a Full-Time Position or Internship, Now What?
  • A Day in a Life of an Engineer
  • A Day in the Life of a Technologist: Perspectives Across a Software Company

If you would like to present at our Career Workshop, please contact forumstaff@cs.stanford.edu.

Resume Service
Thousands of resumes are submitted by Stanford students and alumni to our database. The Computer Forum will perform searches for you based on your criteria:
  • keyword search (C++, Java, mobile computing)
  • class standing (freshman, grad student, alum)
  • major (computer science, electrical engineering)
  • degree (BS, MS, PhD)
  • graduation date range (from xx date to xx date)
  • internship or full time

Results of the search can be provided digitally, via email or CD-ROM, or in the form of a printed resume book. Employers contact students or alumni that meet their requirements directly