• Fill out the form below to indicate which workshops you plan to attend.
  • Unless noted, workshops are held in 1131B Glenn L. Martin Hall.
  • Expect each workshop to last about an hour. Bring pen and paper to take notes.
  • We will send a reminder one business day before each workshop.
  • To request a custom workshop for your department or student group, send us an email request at least one week in advance.
  • Not an engineering student? The University Career Center in Hornbake Library offers workshops for all majors.

Learn how to talk about your research to potential employers at career fairs, networking events, and in job interviews. Presented by Martha Heil of the Maryland NanoCenter.

Learn how to write a resume that will make it easy for employers to see why they should hire you. We'll discuss how to organize and highlight your relevant education, experience and skills.

Our Find an Internship workshop tailored just for international students. Review terminology for the U.S. workplace and the process for activating and using our jobs database, Careers4Engineers. Discuss cultural norms of the U.S. work world and learn where and when you can work and how to stand out in your job search.

When should you include a cover letter with your application? How can you write letters that show employers you are a great candidate?

Be ready when you receive your first job offer! We'll discuss salary research and negotiation, evaluating multiple job offer, and asking for more time to make a decision.

What do employers expect from you at a job fair? We discuss how to prepare for a career fair, what to wear and what to bring. Learn and practice how to approach and engage employers to have the best chance of moving forward in the interview process. This workshop is offered multiple times in the weeks before campus career fairs.

Introduction to Careers4Engineers and career services resources. Learn the difference between internships and co-ops, and tips to get work experience that employers value before you graduate.

How can you prepare to impress in your next interview? We will discuss what to wear, what to bring, and how to practice what (not) to say.

Bring your resume and your laptop. Get started creating a LinkedIn profile, with the help of a peer advisor.

Graduating in the next year or just graduated? Want to know how to stand out in your job search? Expand your job search tools beyond Careers4Engineers. Practice building your professional network at events and online.

Learn about different paths to work authorization in the U.S. for international students. Presented by Mark Rhoads of McCandlish Holton.

For Ph.D. students: What is the difference between a CV and a resume in the job search? What does each include, depending on whether the audience is academia or industry?