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Upcoming Events

April 14, 2015

  • 1:00pm - 6:00pm: Employer in Residence: Nobis Engineering
    A representative from Nobis Engineering, Inc. will be on campus Tuesday, April 14 to meet with students during individual 20-minute appointments.

    Book an appointment to learn about Nobis Engineering, Inc., get your resume critiqued, participate in a mock interview, and learn what job and internship opportunities are available and how to improve your chances of getting them. You’re also welcome to ask other career related questions.

    Space is limited, so reserve a one-on-one appointment today.

April 17, 2015

  • 9:00am - 12:00pm: A Day in the Life: Liberty Mutual
    Experience “A Day in the Life” at Liberty Mutual in Boston! Learn about careers in Business Analytics, Marketing, Finance & Accounting, Human Resources, IT and Underwriting. Transportation will be provided. Space is limited so sign up now with

April 23, 2015

  • 9:00am - 2:00pm: MERC Educational Career Fair
    The MERC Education Career Fair is an annual premier recruiting event dedicated to facilitating the hiring process in education and related fields. This partnership between higher education and school personnel from across the country produces one of the finest annual recruiting events of its kind. 
    The O’Brien Center will be transporting interested students to the Fair. If interested in this opportunity, e-mail Sarah Mackler at

April 29, 2015

  • 1:00pm - 3:00pm: Health Science Internship Symposium
    The Health Sciences Internship Symposium is an opportunity for Health Science and Sports Medicine students to present their work to the Merrimack Community. The symposium consists of a poster session followed by select presentations by students who will provide an in depth look at their internship experience. This event provides an opportunity for senior interns to present their work to faculty, staff, students, and site supervisors.