For Employers


Career Coach

Book an appointment with Bonnie Martin, Assistant Director of Career Services, or the Engineering Career Guide team through MyPlan.


W204 Nebraska Hall, Location within Engineering Library

Engineering Career Services Engineering Career Services serves the College of Engineering to join and empower each student on their individual path to success. Through key signature programming—career coaching appointments, licensure workshops, development events, career fairs, and more—Engineering Career Services offers a myriad of ways for students to seek and obtain support toward their professional goals.

By visiting Engineering Career Services, you can:

  • Create and refine your application documents
  • Hone your interviewing skills
  • Meet and network with future employers
  • Gain industry knowledge
  • Learn to negotiate your salary
  • Build your future

Career Fairs & Events

The College of Engineering offers career fairs throughout the year for students to interact with employers for full-time and internship opportunities. To view upcoming career fairs, visit the Event Calendar.

Additionally, Engineering Career Services hosts employers on campus, pop-up events, career development seminars, and workshops throughout the year. Stay up to date through your weekly Job Alert email or contact the Engineering Career Services office to learn more.

Internships, Co-ops, & Full-Time Jobs

Advance your career and develop professional skills prior to graduation through gaining hands-on experience in your engineering discipline. With the support of Engineering Career Services, our alumni find excellent employment offers, with many students securing their post-graduation plans long before graduation.  

To learn more about engineering co-op expectations, visit Engineering Co-ops.
To explore employers and job opportunities, visit Handshake.

Undergraduate Research & Graduate School

Engineering Career Services supports students looking for roles beyond the engineering industry too. Meet with our team to learn more about other opportunities afforded with an engineering degree and to develop your application materials.