Mark your calendars: College of Engineering’s Internship and Career Fair

On September 22, the College of Engineering will connect students with employers and agencies offering internships and jobs.

Employer and student shaking hands at table

The Engineering Career and Internship Fair connects students with potential employers. (Photo taken from pre-pandemic Career & Internship Fair.)

Mark your calendars: College of Engineering’s Internship and Career Fair

On September 22, the College of Engineering will connect students with employers and agencies offering internships and jobs.

The Engineering Career and Internship Fair connects students with potential employers. (Photo taken from pre-pandemic Career & Internship Fair.)

Employer and student shaking hands at table

The Engineering Career and Internship Fair connects students with potential employers. (Photo taken from pre-pandemic Career & Internship Fair.)

The College of Engineering’s semiannual Internship and Career Fair will be held Wednesday, September 22, from 10-2 in the Joe Crowley Student Union Grand Ballroom (fourth floor). The fair allows students to connect with employers from around the region to hear about career options and to network with representatives from top companies. To help students excel, Engineering Career Services also offers one-on-one career advising and resume workshops.

“The fair is an excellent opportunity for students to see the options available to them to pursue satisfying and meaningful work in our community,” Engineering Career Services Director Joe Bozsik said. “We have a lively engineering and computer science community in northern Nevada, and we’re excited to invite so many exceptional companies, organizations, and public agencies to campus.”

To date, 59 employers have registered to attend the Fall 2021 Internship and Career Fair.

Know before you go

What: Fall 2021 College of Engineering Internship and Career Fair
When: Wednesday, September 22, from 10-2
Where: Joe Crowley Student Union Grand Ballroom (fourth floor)
Who: 59 employers and students interested in a career in engineering and computer science
Remember: Dress for success, and bring copies of your resume!

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