Careers and Internships

Two students at an engineering career fair

Career Resources

The University's Career Studio offers information on résumé writing, interviewing and career research.

Need personalized help? Contact Joseph Bozsik in the College of Engineering to make an appointment.

What is the Career Pipeline?

The College of Engineering Career Pipeline works to develop relationships with local, regional and national engineering companies to help students find employment and internship opportunities

Our twice-annual career fair allows you to connect with employers who are on-campus specifically to interview engineering students. Recruiters from top employers in both private industry and the public sector travel to campus to meet with our students. You can take advantage of the opportunity to learn more about career options, network with potential employers and get your resume in front of top companies.

We also offer one-on-one career counseling and workshops covering topics such as cover letter and résumé writing, networking and interviewing skills, and internship and employment searches.

Job and Internship Openings

The Career Pipeline office maintains postings for current job and internships opportunities. To see openings listed by major, please select the appropriate link below:

  1. Biomedical engineering
  2. Chemical engineering
  3. Civil engineering
  4. Computer science and engineering
  5. Electrical engineering
  6. Engineering physics
  7. Environmental engineering
  8. Materials science and engineering
  9. Mechanical engineering

Check out the Career Pipeline blog for a complete list of job openings or head over to Career Navigator to search by industry or location.