You’re invited!

The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Oregon State University invites industry to our Corvallis campus on a special night. Come meet our EECS students at the Oct. 17 Networking Night - the night before the October 18 STEM Career Fair. Students attending this event are majoring in either Computer Science (CS) or Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE).

A tremendous opportunity

During the course of the evening, sponsors are invited to:

  • mingle with students during Check-In/Reception.
  • meet students during four break out sessions. Each session is approximately 20 minutes.
  • connect with students, sharing an overview of your organization, culture, values, roles you hire for, your cool technology, etc. See our Company FAQ for a list of ideas.
  • engage ECE/CS students from a variety of levels. Undergraduates, master's and PhD students are invited to this event.

What happens at Networking Night?

After the Reception, companies are assigned a room. Students sign up ahead of time, registering for the breakouts of their choosing. This quick video may help you better visualize the event.

Talking with students is a great way to spend an evening. We hope you will join us!

How Do I Register for this Event?

Click on Company Registration. Registration closes Friday, Sept. 29. Suggested donation is $1K. Please make checks payable to the OSU FOUNDATION and forward them to:

School of EECS 
Oregon State University 
1148 Kelley Engineering Center 
Corvallis, OR 97331 
Attn: Tina Batten/Renee Lyon

Arrangements must be made prior to the event. To make arrangements via credit card, or for more information on this event, contact Tina Batten, EECS Corporate Relations.

INSPiRE Members: Your organization already has a space reserved and will receive a resume book, but must still register.

Please note

The Oregon State STEM Career Expo is a separate event. For details or to register for the fair, visit the OSU Career Development Center website or call 541.737.4085.

Join us on October 17 and network with our EECS students!