Set Sale on Your Career

Part A: For All Registered Participants – The Great Kahoot

Accumulate personal points in both Part A and Part B. The top points earner will win a trip for two to include up to $1,500 in airfare, a 4 day – 3 night stay at an Orlando resort and 2 All-Park 3-day passes to either Disney or Universal. Second, place wins an iPad Pro and third place wins a choice of a iPad Mini or AirPods. Fourth to Fiftieth place win a $10 Chic-Fil-A card.

 Each ICSC sponsor has prepared a 3-minute infomercial about their company and opportunities. Starting three weeks prior to the start of ICSC, 4 of the sponsor’s videos will be made available for viewing via YouTube each day. Each evening starting at 8:00 PM EASTERN time, there will be a Kahoot quiz in sequence for each of that day’s featured sponsors. Personal points earned in part A will be added to personal points earned in part B to determine individual winners.  The more sponsor videos you watch, the more sponsors you learn about. The more Kahoots you complete, the better your chance of winning.

Here is the schedule of Videos and Kahoots for each evening:

Kahoot Date Video Link Kahoot Date Video Link
26-Oct Assured Partners 2-Nov memoryBlue
26-Oct BD Medical 2-Nov Nutanix
26-Oct BNY Mellon 2-Nov Omron
26-Oct Boston Scientific 2-Nov Oracle Netsuite
27-Oct Citrix 3-Nov Owens Corning
27-Oct Dell EMC 3-Nov Paychex
27-Oct Diablo AKA Freud Tools 3-Nov Paycom
27-Oct DLL 3-Nov Polymershapes
28-Oct FIS Global 4-Nov Qualtrics
28-Oct Gartner 4-Nov ReliaQuest
28-Oct Henry Schein 4-Nov Signature Consulting
29-Oct Herc Rentals 5-Nov ThyssenKrupp
29-Oct IBM 5-Nov Trademark Recycling
29-Oct Intuitive Surgical 5-Nov Tom James

In Part A individual points towards personal prizes are normalized to match individual points in Part B.

Part B: For All Registered Participants – Earn more points towards personal big prizes and earn Collegiate World Cup Points for Your University.

 The ICSC Career Fair will consist of 7-minute Zoom private video interactions by set appointments. Appointments will commence at 8:30 AM on Wednesday, November 11 and the last appointment will be at 4:50 PM that day. Here is the link where you can select the sponsors you want to meet and select one of the available specific times.

Select companies to meet  (Link no longer active)

To earn points, the sponsor representative must judge the interaction as professional. Every student attendee has one of three very good reasons why they should interact with as many sponsors as possible.

  • You are actively seeking a career starting position or internship.
  • You are in an exploration phase and considering a direction.
  • You already have a starting position with some company but have the responsibility of bringing information back to those students in you sales program who did not attend ICSC.

Learn about the sponsors of ICSC, their products and industry and the opportunities they offer by watching their videos, participating in the Great Kahoot and checking out their opportunities at

Visit at least 7 of the sponsors and clearly and professionally demonstrate one of the above three reasons for gathering information about their opportunities. If the sponsor feels it was both earnest and professional, they will give you one of your minimum 70 “Professionalism” points.

  1. The number of individual points earned is 10 for each rating of “Professional” from an attending sponsor company. That means you can earn only 10 points per company.
  2. These points do not count until you have earned a minimum of 70 points (10 points from 7 different companies.) But, you can earn more than 70 by seeing other companies.
  3. Based on the number of appointments available, the maximum number of appointments allowed is 10 for now. If all of the spots are not claimed before November 2nd, we will release the cap of 10 and allow unlimited appointments.
  4. Booking more than 10 appointments before November 3rd will result in some of your appointments being DELETED, so DON’T book over 10.

Collegiate World Cup of Sales points depends on the percentage participation by attendees from a university.  For example:

  • If your university has 3 participants and they all get ratings of “Professional” from 7 different sponsors, that is 100% participation and your university is awarded 200 World Cup points.
  • If your university has 6 participants, but only 3 get ratings of “Professional” from 7 different sponsors, that is 50% participation and your university is awarded 50% of the 200 points which is 100 World Cup points.

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