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Career & Internship Resources

  • Discover a myriad of opportunities, valuable, professional guidance, and gain hands-on work experiences through our career and internship resources.

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  • Career Center @ Engineering (CC@E) »

    CC@E is here to help you with every step of your job search. CC@E's services include career counseling, job-seeking guidance, resume and portfolio-building assistance, skill development, and networking opportunities. You can schedule an appointment, or drop by during walk-in hours, to get feedback on anything career and job-search related.

    Location: Loew Hall 301S
    Hours: Monday through Friday, 8:00a.m. to 5:00p.m., with reduced summer hours
    Walk-in hours: Monday through Thursday, 1:00p.m. to 3:30p.m.
  • Engineering Internship Program »

    CC@E also runs the Engineering Internship Program, through which you can get academic credit while you participate in an internship. Internships are one of the best ways to get experience in your field, because you learn, hands-on, how to work within real-world business environments and constraints.

    By taking ENGR 321 or ENGR 601, undergrad and graduate students can maintain full-time student status while away from campus.

  • IISE Career Center »

    The Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers hosts a Career Center with nation-wide job information for its members. IISE's resources include a Job database with opportunities across the United States and beyond, as well as a Mentoring Board to help experienced and new IISE members connect.

  • Career Events

    CC@E, the UW Career Center, and the UW chapter of IISE all host career events, from info sessions, to workshops, to career fairs.

  • Handshake » 

    Handshake is a free tool for UW students and alumni to search through hundreds of internship and job opportunities. Log in to Handshake to see all jobs, narrow your search, or filter by location, job type, etc. Upload your resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts to apply directly for jobs. You'll find up-to-date information about employers and which ones are interviewing on campus.