Veterans and Military Families Recruiting Night

The Veterans and Military Families Recruiting Night is a campus-wide partnership between the Office of the Provost, Career Center, Sol Price School of Public Policy, Sol Price Office of Career Services, Center for Innovative Research on Veterans and Military Families (CIR), Student Veterans Association, Marshall Master of Business for Veterans, Alumni Veterans Network, and the Veterans Resource Center.

2023 Veterans and Military Families Recruiting Night

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  • Date: Wednesday, September 6, 2023
  • Time: 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
  • Location: TBD

Past Employers include Accenture, Comcast NBC Universal, CIA, IBM, Lockheed Martin, L’Oreal,  SpaceX, and many more!

Who can Attend?

The Veterans and Military Families Recruiting Night is open to all USC student Veterans from all majors, all class years (including graduate students and postdocs), and alumni Veterans as well as Military Spouses/Families.

Employer tables are organized alphabetically by organization name. All types of organizations attend our Recruiting Nights, from Fortune 100s to non-profits and government agencies. The USC Veterans and Military Families Recruiting Night is an indoor evening event taking place at USC’s Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience.

What to Wear

Wear professional attire in accordance with your gender expression. Overall suggestions:

  • Dress in a dark or neutral color matching business suit.
  • Wear freshly pressed clothing and polished dress shoes.
  • Keep makeup as natural as possible. Avoid flashy or bright nail polish.
  • Minimize jewelry: leave out the nose ring and tongue jewelry.
  • Grooming is important: hair and nails should be neat and clean.

View more details on professional attire

What to Bring

  • Copies of your resume
  • Your elevator pitch (see below)

Get tips on perfecting your elevator pitch with this video

Zero Waste

To support university-wide sustainability measures, we will no longer offer water bottles or trash bins at the event. Instead, we will have water stations where you can fill up your reusable containers. Remember to bring your own refillable bottle with you. In place of trash bins, there will also be a “Zero-Waste Sort Station” where you can recycle or compost all materials that we provide. We discourage you from bringing any items to the event that will end up in a landfill. In cases where this is unavoidable, we ask that you take those items with you when leaving the event.


Email the Employer Engagement Team.

Need a disability-related accommodation?

We strive to be consistently inclusive in our practices and provide services to all members of the Trojan Family. To that end, if you are in need of disability-related accommodations to attend an i3 event, let us know by completing this form.