Recruitment: Finding a Great Match
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Does your organization need engineering support?
Whether you’re in business or government, large or small, focused on electronics, energy, construction, bioengineering, nanotechnology, defense, or any other engineering field, the Clark School can help you obtain the cost-effective support you need from our highly capable students. Through internship and co-op programs you can supplement your work force while at the same time, evaluate and prepare possible future full-time employees.
Students in the Clark School of Engineering are among the most talented in the country. Our 4043 undergraduate students enter with average SAT scores of over 1400 and grade point averages over 4.3. Our 1968 graduate students enter with average GRE scores of over 1450. The Clark School offers programs in aerospace, bioengineering, chemical, civil & environmental, electrical & computer, fire protection, materials, mechanical, systems, telecommunications, reliability, and project management. Women represent 23% of our student enrollment and 12% of our students are under-represented minorities. And each year more than 1800 Clark School students participate in a co-op or internship opportunity. That translates into graduates with hands-on, practical work experience.
Let Us Help You!
The Engineering Co-op and Career Services office can assist in you hiring talented undergraduate students for post-graduation employment, internships, and co-op positions. Employer services include on-line job postings, campus interviews, resumé database searches, information sessions, career fairs, networking receptions, employer-in-residence opportunities, and many more.
To learn more, contact us at:
Director: Heidi Sauber
Assistant Director for Employer Relations
Deborah Vidmar, email@example.com, 301-405-8096.