Post internships. Connect with students. The Engineering Internship Program supports your company’s existing internship program and helps you build a program if you don’t yet have one.
Internship is the first building block of your company’s talent pipeline. Participate in our internship program and let us help you take the first steps toward cultivating your next generation of talent. Internship provides better than 70 percent conversion rate from interns to full-time employees (NACE’s 2016 Internship & Co-op Survey).
By participating in the Engineering Internship Program, you can give enhanced exposure of your employment opportunities to motivated and qualified students. We want to partner with your company to build a solid pipeline of future talent, and we'll provide resources to support your internship program or help you build one.
How the program works
Register using the form on the right. This lets us know your interest and a little about your company.
We leverage a number of tools to communicate your internship positions to students. So that we can best connect you with appropriate candidates we ask that you register in Handshake, the Career Services portal. This will give you control in how your company is represented to students and allows us to connect you with the appropriate cohort of candidates.
We host two internship fairs a year, one in mid-October and one in mid-March. We invite you to come and meet candidates for your positions, either for summer or mid-year.
About CU Engineering
The College of Engineering and Applied Science is the second largest college at CU Boulder. In fall 2017, 4,848 undergraduates and 1,960 graduate students were enrolled in CU Engineering degree programs. Over the past five years, the college has experienced significant enrollment growth, with a 43 percent increase in undergraduates and a 22 percent increase in graduate students.
CU Engineering is the highest-ranked engineering program in the Rocky Mountain region, according to U.S. News & World Report. The publication ranks CU Boulder 16th in the nation for public undergraduate engineering programs and 18th in the nation for public graduate engineering programs, noting particular strengths in environmental, aerospace and chemical engineering.