Georgia Tech’s Career, Research, and Innovation Development Conference (CRIDC) is designed to equip graduate students with tools and knowledge to thrive in an ever-changing job market.
Last year’s event attracted 40 employers and 600 attendees to the first campuswide, graduate student-focused career fair. Plus, more than 160 students presented their research at the annual poster competition, taking home more than $40,000 in awards.
The 2019 CRIDC will be held on Feb. 13 and 14 in the Global Learning Center, and is open to master’s and Ph.D. students (both on-campus and online), and postdoctoral fellows from all disciplines at Tech. Pre-registration for the career panels isn't required.
This year, attendees will have a chance to participate in the following:
- Pre-CRIDC Workshops
- Poster Competitions (on-campus and online)
- Innovation Competition
- Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts Paper Competition
- Graduate Student Career Fair (Click on the link to RSVP so participating employers can see your resume)
- Career Panels (streamed online)
The event is organized by the Graduate Student Government Association (Grad SGA), the Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Faculty Development, the Career Discovery and Development (C2D2), and Georgia Tech Professional Education (GTPE).