- CO-OP Opportunities - Put your Major to Work in a Paid Co-Op Position
Put your Major to Work in a Paid Co-Op Position
Interested in a co-op position? Co-ops typically involve full-time (35 - 40 hours per week) paid work experience with the same employer over at least one semester and adjacent summer (6 contiguous months). Work is closely related to the student’s major. Some students work at a co-op for three or even four terms over the course of their programs, which is typically a combination of some semesters and summers. Co-op students gain financial support along with significant professional experience prior to graduation. Employers often make full-time offers to students upon completion of a co-op. The best time to start a co-op is sophomore or junior year, although freshmen may be eligible for some co-ops. You can find out more information about co-ops here.
You can find Handshake links for several open co-op positions at companies that have been working with the College of Engineering here:nVent:
Engineering R&D Co-op.
Sustaining Engineer Co-op
Electronics Engineer Co-op
Mechanical Engineer Co-op
Firmware Engineer Co-op
- Undergraduate Researchers Wanted
Dr. Ram's Vascular Mechanobiology Lab. Under the guidance of graduate students, learn wet and dry lab techniques to build your scientific skill set while contributing to scientific research. Conduct experiments, perform alaysis, attend conferences, publish papers and learn about the mechanics of biological systems.Send an Email indicating interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Opportunity for Women Engineers - Applied Materials
The Momentum Fund, Last Mile Education Fund, and Applied Materials are collaborating to move the semiconductor industry forward, accelerating access to opportunity and strengthening pathways for women engineers.This is an opportunity for women engineers pursuing an undergraduate degree in engineering for a scholarship from Applied Materials. Undergraduate female students on an F-1 visa can also apply. They need to be within four semesters from graduation. .
HonorsX is an interdisciplinary minor. Students will be part of a cohort consisting of students from different majors to propose new solutions to social problems. The program is co-taught by faculty from different majors/colleges across campus, bringing students the opportunity to network with mentors from industry professionals and experts. HonorsX values different backgrounds and experiences and centers the vision and voice of students in their own learning journey.