It was standing room only Wednesday at Rochester Institute of Technology's Fall Career Fair, as 250 companies set up shop at the Gordon Field House.
Companies including Apple, Google, Microsoft and Facebook talked to students and alumni about current and future job options.
Interest was so high that more than a dozen companies had to be turned away.
"Clearly the economy has bounced back. Hiring has bounced back for entry level people especially, and clearly, the interest in hiring co-op students and interns has always been high, but, I think that probably now is at an all time high," said Manny Contomanolis, RIT co-op & career services.
About 3,000 students and 200 alumni attended the job fair.