The main purpose of the Engineering Career Resource Center is to serve our engineering students and alumni. We are here to help you with all of your professional and career development needs.
Career prep checklist
As an engineering student, it is critical that you plan your career pathway early. We've created a Career Prep Checklist to help you start thinking about the best time to do an internship, co-op, apply for work, and to become an in-demand professional.
Even after you have graduated from the College of Engineering, we are here to help you in your professional and career development goals. You are welcome to attend our career fairs, networking events, workshops and to join our Handshake site to search for new opportunities.
We love seeing our alumni get involved and give back on campus, especially when it is to help current students prepare for their own budding careers. Are you an alumni interested in giving back to Wayne State University? You don't have to donate money, we can use your skills, time, insight and expertise to help current students have the same career success as our alumni.
Please visit our alumni site if you're a graduate interested in getting involved.
Connecting employers with our highly trained engineering and computer science students is one of our most important goals. Employers who are interested in hiring Wayne State University students can work with Career Resource Center staff to share opportunities, recruit talent, schedule information sessions, get involved on campus and attend on-campus events.
One of the best ways employers can get involved on campus is by participating in on-campus events or hosting events for our students on-site at individual companies. There are many event opportunities for employers on campus throughout the academic school year.
Companies interested in partnering with the College of Engineering in a broader range of ways can learn more by visiting our Corporate Partners Program page.
Below are some of the many employers that have participated in events, hired our students, and partnered with the College of Engineering.