Recruiters seek these 5 skills in Engineering graduates:

Hire Me!

You’ve done what was expected of you. You performed well in the classroom and (you have almost) completed your Engineering curriculum requirements. You gained some additional project and/or research experience outside of the expectations surrounding your Senior Design project. You …

By Kate Kastl
Kate Kastl Career Counselor, College of Engineering
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By Kate Kastl
Kate Kastl Career Counselor, College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineers: here’s what you need to know about entry-level jobs in your discipline!

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Engineering Job Search via Student/Professional Organizations

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Ever wonder why we recommend to join, at minimum, the student organization associated with your Engineering discipline? Aside from on-campus group meetings where you can better connect with your classmates and peers + social engagements, there are many professional and career …

By Kate Kastl
Kate Kastl Career Counselor, College of Engineering
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3 questions to answer in your Cover Letter…

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While many applications for employment do not require a cover letter, you may choose to attach one so that you may further highlight your qualifications and credentials for that particular job posting. Whether an application requirement or not, be sure to …

By Kate Kastl
Kate Kastl Career Counselor, College of Engineering
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Come to a Career Fair, Get Hired!

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In less than two weeks, we will be hosting the Spring 2017 STEM Career Fair and All Majors and Internship Career Fair. If you are a junior or senior, this is a wonderful way to start making connections with employers. …

By Meghan Murray
Meghan Murray Events Manager
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