Michigan Engineering students are among the best in the world. To create the competitive advantage of the future by hiring these students, companies need to engage students on campus. There are critical resources available around campus that can assist corporate partners with recruiting and engaging EECS students. These resources include:
Utilize the Engineering Career Resource Center to post internship, co-op, and full-time job opportunities. Particpate in the Fall Engineering Career Fair (late September) and the Winter Engineering Career Fair (late January/early February). The MPowered Career Fair, designed exclusively for startups, is usually held in January.
Our student organizations, especially Michigan Hackers, HKN, and IEEE, regularly host companies who give tech talks or other presentations to our students. SWE is the go-to College-wide student group that organizes many recruiting activities. EECS students are involved in a wide variety of competitive teams, and oppotunities exist to provide support or to otherwise interact with these teams.
Each year in late October to early November, the College of Engineering hosts an Engineering Graduate Symposium, a college-wide event focusing on doctoral and master's programs and graduate student research. Come for a glimpse of the research happening in the department.
The day before the Graduate Symposium, Electrical and Computer Engineering hosts a career fair for industries interested in recruiting students in Electrical and/or Computer Engineering. Interested companies can complete an interest form.
ECE Expeditions serve as a means for ECE students to learn about the role of electrical and computer engineers in a variety of companies and fields. They also allow students to learn about different business and company atmospheres. If you would like our students to visit your company, please contact us.
The A2CS Tech Mixer is an annual event, generally held in the Fall, which is designed to build connections between tech companies in the Ann Arbor area and students in the Computer Science and Computer Engineering programs. The Mixer is intended to be a fun and relaxed venue for the local computer science/tech community to meet up. Interested companies can complete an interest form.
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