The College of Engineering & Applied Science (EAS) encourages all students to participate in at least one internship during their degree program to gain valuable skills. Experiential learning is an integral part of the degree program and allows students to transfer their coursework to real-world applications, develop soft skills, and increase employability upon graduation.
Benefits of Internships
Transfer academic curriculum to real-world application and experience
Participate in a mentored, positive learning experience
Receive employer-specific training and increase technical skills
Improve attractiveness to employers
Learn soft skills: teamwork, communication, business practices, self-confidence, deliverables
Improve classroom learning for all students with information and technology transfer
Improve future salary and job prospects by having applied experience
College of Engineering & Applied Science Internship Office
The College of Engineering and Applied Science Internship Office is ready to assist you in finding an internship or employment.
Technical Resume Reviews, Cover Letters, Search Help, Tips, Career Events
Working with students to form an internship/employment plan and make sure you have the resources you need.
Make an appointment today!