2022-2023 EECS Job Openings
EECS Student Portal
Like completing your degree, finding an internship or job typically takes time and planning. For best success, start your search at the EECS Student Portal.
October & February Networking Night
Whether you are interested in learning about a future career, looking for information on jobs or internships or just want to learn more about graduate school, this event is for you! All organizations attending Networking Night recruit ECE or CS majors, making it a great place to connect with potential employers, ask questions and learn more about different career options.
Clubs sometimes invite speakers from industry to share about a cool high tech development, software, etc., plus talk a little bit about the company and its mission. Join a club to be notified of the next seminar.
While there are no guarantees of employment, the companies whose logos are listed on this page are interested in getting to know Beavers — and many are actively recruiting. Visit their websites for more information.
MECOP Internship Program
Innovative partnership with industry that offers two different 6-month internships for OSU engineering students.
OSU Career Development Center
The Oregon State Career Development Center is a campus office that assists current students and alumni in finding the right job. They offer a number of programs and resources, from teaching you how to dress for an interview to writing a resume. They also offer a free job board called Handshake to help you in your career search.
Having an online resume is just as important as having one on paper. Here’s are some tips to help you get started.
- The 31 Best LinkedIn Profile Tips for Job Seekers
- 7 Expert LinkedIn Tips A Lot Of People Don't Really Know About
- 9 mistakes you're making on LinkedIn that could sabotage your job hunt — and how to fix them
- What Do I Put in My LinkedIn Profile if I am a College Student?
And when building your professional network, be sure to join the Oregon State University EECS Alums Group on LinkedIn. Any EECS student (or alum) can join!
The School of EECS has partnered with AfterCollege, a network for college students and recent grads who are looking for entry level jobs, internships, and other opportunities nationwide.
If you have already 1) set up your LinkedIn profile, 2) visited these websites, 3) participated in Networking Night, 4) participated in the Career Fairs for engineering majors, and 5) utilized the Career Development Center's resources, but still have questions, email us with a specific question or area that you need help with.