IEEE Spring 2020 Career & Internship Fair

Thursday, February 13, 2020
9:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Centennial Student Union

The Engineering Career & Internship is held annually in spring and is sponsored by the IEEE organization. No Pre-Registration or Attendance Fees Required for Students. This expo is a great networking opportunity for students and many obtain internship and employment offers after attending it. 

2020 Engineering Career & Internship Fair sponsored by IEEE: Join Handshake

Employers

Register your spot to our annual IEEE Career Fair

   

 

First-year and Sophomore students-

Explore positions and fields of study, get more information about specific organizations and employers and develop your network of contacts. Get ahead of your competition by networking as a first-year/sophomore student!

Juniors, Seniors, Internship/Job Seekers-

Meet and engage with potential employers and professionals in the field! Dress for success and be prepared to talk about your projects and coursework. Impromptu interviews may take place!

Get prepared by visiting the Career Development Center to learn more about how you can best prepare for this event!

This Engineering Career and Internship Fair serves students in the following majors: 

Automotive Engineering Technology
Civil Engineering
Computer Engineering (Technology)
Computer Information Technology
Construction Management
Electrical Engineering 
Electronic Engineering Technology
Information Systems
Integrated Engineering
Manufacturing Engineering Technology
Mechanical Engineering
Mathematics &
Physics

This is an opportunity for you to present yourself as a professional and engage in meaningful career conversations and explore career opportunities.  Below is information to help you prepare for the events:

  • Preview the employers who will be attending by logging into Handshake visit preview employers
  • Prepare for the career fair; for tips, view this video.

Professional Attire

  • Dress pants
  • Dress shirt
  • Dress/skirt must be to the knee length or lower
  • Dress shoes must be closed-toed and in good condition

 Dress for success!  Please watch the short videos below for tips on what to wear (and not to wear).


Contact

Jaqui Menke
jaqui.menke@mnsu.edu

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