Event Calendar

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Photo of industry representatives and students talking


Build connections with EECS students

If you are looking for ways to connect with our students, we have several events strategically designed to help you connect and build relationships throughout the year. Space tends to go quickly, so if you have questions or are interested in participating, please contact our EECS Corporate Relations office at your earliest convenience.

Year-round Webiner Wednesday - Virtual + In-Person options
Sep. 16 [In-person] Career Showcase. Register by Sep. 1 – Speed network with online computer science students – face-to-face.
Sept. 1 Upload your ECE or CS Capstone Senior Project and mentors. Sponsor two projects – and automatically become an INSPiRE member.
Sept. 1 INSPiRE industrial affiliates fall deadline. Affordable student engagement plans.
Oct. 8 [Virtual] Engineering Connections Fair on Handshake – Organized by the College of Engineering for a broad group of engineering students.
Oct. 11 [Virtual] EECS Networking Day Register by Sept. 15 – for ECE, CS and a few AI students.
Oct. 16 [Virtual] Career Fair on Handshake – Organized by the Career Development Center.
Oct. 23 [In Person] STEM Career Fair – Organized by the Career Development Center.
Jan. 15 Virtual Career Showcase – for online CS students
Jan. 24 Virtual EECS Networking Day for ECE, CS and a few AI students.
Feb. 12 Virtual Engineering Connections Fair – Organized by the College of Engineering for a broad group of engineering students.
Feb. 19 OSU Career Fair – Organized by the Career Development Center.
April. 16 Spring Career Fair -– Organized by the Career Development Center.
June TBD Engineering Expo

For additional information on these and other ways to connect with our students and faculty, visit the Student Engagement website. You can also download these slides (in PDF format) to save or share with others about the ways your organization can work with EECS students.

And if you are looking to connect with other engineering majors (chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, etc.) be sure to contact the College of Engineering Industry Team.

Thanks again for connecting with Oregon State!