October Senior Dinner
Looking for a job after graduation, or an internship before grad school? Then don't miss this event. At the Senior Dinner you are seated with one organization for dinner, and a second for dessert. This is your chance to ask the questions! Considering graduate school? We'll also have professors available for you to talk with.
February Industry Reception
Whether you are looking for an internship or a job or just want to learn more about your career options, this event is for you! Mingle with industry representatives and learn more about their companies at the Industry Reception.
EECS Weekly News
The EECS e-newsletter lists jobs and internship postings each week. The archive of newsletters can be found here.
Clubs (like IEEE) invite speakers from industry to share about a cool high tech development, software, etc., plus talk a little bit about the company and its mission. Presentations are scheduled throughout the academic year and usually include free pizza. Join a club to be notified of the next seminar.
While there are no guarantees of employment, the companies below are interested in getting to know Beavers - and many are actively recruiting. Visit their websites for more information.
Innovative partnership with industry that offers two different 6-month internships for OSU engineering students.
OSU Career Services
Career Services is a campus office that assists current students and alumni in finding the right job. They offer a number of programs and resources, from teaching you how to dress for an interview to writing a resume. They also offer a free job board called Beaver Careers to help you in your career search.
- Read how one EECS student used Career Services to find a job at: “Real stories. Real students. How I got the job: Adam Fargher”
Having an on-line resume is just as important as having one on paper. Here’s are some tips to help you get started.
And when building your professional network, be sure to join the Oregon State University EECS Alums Group on LinkedIn. Any EECS student (or alum) can join!
The School of EECS has partnered with AfterCollege, a network for college students and recent grads who are looking for entry level jobs, internships, and other opportunities nationwide.
If you have already set up your LinkedIn profile, visited these websites, been to IEEE Seminars and checked out Career Services' resources, but still have questions, email us with a specific question or area that you need help with.