There were only two companies hiring bme students and one of them was the space institute and the other was looking for mostly juniors and seniors and only had one internship position open per semester. I felt like the distribution of majors within the college was not accurately represented in the companies present at the event.
I was expecting to get a lot of good information about opportunities, but most of the people I talked to could not provide information on different areas of the company and only knew their specific domain so they couldn't tell me if what I was looking for was available. Also, none of the companies I talked to were offering interviews and just said to go to their website to apply which made the Expo feel kind of pointless. They couldn't tell me what their different internships dealt with and they would just say to look at a page on their website which meant I did not get any useful information in person and I was going to have to apply online anyway so there was really no point to coming to the Expo at all.