Learn More about Engineering and Network with Students Passionate about the Field!
Engineering focuses on solving complex technological problems, and as the discipline expands on campus, so should your network and skillset! The Engineering Fellows program prepares students by getting involved in the engineering community and exploring the many exciting career paths.
The Engineering Fellows program is a three-year, selective program for students who have a strong interest in pursuing a career in engineering including: Chemical, Quantum, Biomedical, Materials, and many more! Recent employers we've engaged include Whirlpool, Boeing, and BP!
The program is open to rising second years and transfer students! All prospective or declared majors are eligible!
Invest in Cohort Building and Experiential Learning Opportunities!
The Engineering Fellows program offers a curriculum designed to expand your network at both the peer and professional level - while offering experiential learning opportunities. The program provides three years of career preparation programming where you will develop leadership skills and collaborate in project-based scenarios! Throughout the process, Fellows receive mentoring from employers, experts in Career Advancement, and recent alums in the field!
Over the course of the three years, students may engage in the following programming and experiences:
- Engineering Immersion sessions where we bring in employers and/or recent alums to provide expert insights on professional development topics
- Engineering Competition where the cohort will be split into teams to design, to deliver, and to present a solution given a complex technological challenge
- Employer information sessions to learn about opportunities in the field
- Networking events to encourage cohort building and mentorship opportunities
Applications for Engineering Fellows are open until October 2nd! Interested students can complete a short application form.
For more information about Engineering Fellows, please contact Program Director of Careers in Engineering, Matt Hebron at email@example.com.