CU engineering graduates are heavily recruited for positions in the engineering industry by Fortune 500 companies and small start-up firms alike. Their excellent technical training, broad education, and strong hands-on experience prepares them to enter the workplace as an asset to the company. Our Career Services and internship programs can help you arrange contacts with these top students. Select from the following options:
Internships & Co-ops
Internships and co-ops play a significant role in linking students with prospective employers, with as many as half of the internships held by senior engineering students leading to job offers. Internships are defined as experiences in which learning enhances students' academic studies and/or career interests, while co-ops are longer term commitments with progressive work responsibilities. For more information, select from the following links:
Employers interested in engaging students in an internship or co-op arrangement should contact Michael Deragisch at 303-492-4123 or firstname.lastname@example.org, along with the department of interest.
The college also offers an International Engineering Certificate Program that places students in internships in several countries in conjunction with language and cultural studies. For more information on setting up an international internship, contact the Engineering Dean's Office at 303-492-5071.
Keep up with the latest news about the college by reading the 2013 issue of CUEngineering magazine online.