The College of Engineering and Applied Science welcomes connections to industry for internships, employment, project sponsorship, research agreements, partnerships, and other types of engagement. The College has approximately 1,700 students in three academic departments - Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, and Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. We offer 22 different degrees: undergraduate, masters, or Ph.D. across the three departments.
Organizations that work with the College of Engineering and Applied Science Internship Office receive customized assistance in identifying the best engagement strategies to meet internship and hiring needs.
Plan ahead, start early, and think competitively.
Consider career-focused engagement opportunities within the College to connect with students.
Expand Your Talent Pool with College of Engineering and Applied Science Students:
Consider an internship program to create a hiring pipeline, retain talent and convert interns to employees after graduation.
Think competitively to engage with students early and often to brand your company.
Utilize short- or long-term student employment to assist with projects at minimal cost.
Hire students already trained in your methods and practices as permanent employees for faster onboarding after graduation.
Handshake Job/Internship Board
STEM Career Fair (Fall/Spring semesters)
Industry Tabling in the Engineering/Osborne Buildings
Student Engagement/Industry Branding Opportunities:
Engineering Week Activities
Senior Design Sponsorship
Students are responsible for project planning and management, interacting with their project sponsor client, working as a team, learning about their problem’s domain, utilizing an engineering design process, understanding and effectively using all types of communication practices, and creating final client deliverables, in addition to fulfilling requirements of the senior design course.
Benefits of project sponsorship:
A dedicated and energetic team of 3-5 students working for 1-2 semesters to address a problem for your organization
A fresh set of eyes on your problem, perhaps shedding a different light on the issues surrounding it
A thorough test-run for the 3-5 students on your team as potential new hires in your organization
Exposure to the entirety of graduating engineering students for recruitment purposes
The knowledge that you are helping to educate the next generation of engineering professionals