Engineering Career Services | A. James Clark School of Engineering, University of Maryland

Announcements


Services During COVID19
In order to protect the health of our UMD community, the Engineering Career Services staff will be working remotely. 
 
We will offer email advising, phone advising, and video advising (most likely through Zoom or Google Hangouts), during normal business hours.  Please feel free to reach us at CareerEngr@umd.edu with your questions and attach any necessary documents (resume, cover letter, job listings).  If you need to leave a voicemail message (301-405-3863), please include your name and phone number.
 
Thank you for understanding and stay healthy!

 

Accepted an Internship or Job for after Graduation?  Please let us know.  This survey is incredibly short. 
We promise!

 

 

CANCELLED:  Cipher Tech Solutions Tech Talk
Thursday, April 16
5:00 pm
CANCELLED

 


 

     

 

 

The Engineering Career Services Office assists all engineering students and employers with finding or filling internships, co-op jobs, and entry-level positions.

Both students and employers can take advantage of online job listings, on-campus interviews, resume books, information sessions, career fairs, and much more.

Resume Critique Walk-in Hours
8:30 am-4:30 pm, Monday-Friday

Best CPT Hours for F-1s
8:30 am-11:30 am, Monday-Thursday

Office Location
1131 Glenn L. Martin Hall

 

Engineering Career Services

If you want to see your own photograph and story on our website, you can submit your photos and information about your internship here, https://hsauber.wufoo.com/forms/zljg51m1dda8n4/.

  • Photos must be high-resolution.  (Select "actual size" on your phone, not small, medium, or large.)
  • There are 2 potential uses for your photos.  The first is for a general photo on our website.  This can include a photo of your company's building/signage, a project you are working on, or a photo of you on site.  Think about what you would like to see on a website.
  • Answer some questions for us so that we can create a "student story" based on your internship experience, something like, https://eng.umd.edu/careers/student-stories.

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