• 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.

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.

How can you use the weeks of winter break to expand your network, learn new skills, gain technical experience and prepare for your job or internship search?

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.

When should you start thinking about internships and co-ops? What's the difference? How can you get started with our jobs database, Careers4Engineers. Learn from a peer advisor about resume-building activities and networking opportunities.

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

In this workshop, representatives from Engineering Career Services and International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) will review the steps and forms needed to enroll in ENCO099/098 to request CPT work authorization.

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.

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.

When applying for graduate school or summer research experiences, you may need to submit a statement of purpose. Learn how to write a cohesive, engaging personal statement.

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?

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

Is there another workshop you would like us to offer? Please indicate the topic(s) as well as your availability in the comments.