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  • Rockwell Automation Engineer in Training Program

    Rockwell Automation has an excellent entry-level opportunity for current and recently graduated engineering or technology students.

    The Engineer in Training (EIT) Program is an entry-level program for engineers to learn core Rockwell Automation product technologies and to develop fundamental field/remote support engineering skills. 

    Please read more for further information.

  • The Organization of Latinos at Exelon (OLE) Scholarship Application

    Earn a $2,000 scholarship! Application deadline: Monday, May 11 at 5:00pm CST.

  • GE Aviation Female Diversity Recruitment Leadership Summit

    GE Aviation Female Diversity Recruitment Leadership Summit
    October 19 - October 21, 2017
    GE Aviation - Cincinnati, Ohio

    The Female Diversity Recruitment Leadership Summit seeks to identify and recruit highly talented minority female students from a wide spectrum of backgrounds.

    YouTube Video:

    Those selected for attendance at the summit receive:

    • Meals, transportation and lodging paid for by GE Aviation
    • Professional Development Seminars
    • Networking with GE Aviation leadership
    • Interview opportunities for Co-Op/Internship assignments with GE Aviation

    Application criteria:

    • Currently enrolled in one of the following degree programs: IE, EE, MechE, AE, Materials, Ceramic, Software Eng., Computer Eng., Computer Science, Computer Information Systems, IT Security, Information Technology Management, Risk Analysis, Management Information Systems
    • Legal authorization to work in the U.S. is required - NOTE: Sponsorship will not be provided by GE*
    • Maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 without rounding

    How to Apply:

    To be considered for the 2017 summit you must complete the following:
    1. ) Complete this survey linked below no later than 11:59pm Monday September 18th

    2.) Apply for a co-op/intern position via the link below:

    Candidates selected to attend the Summit will be notified via email no later than September 21st

    * Note: 1) U.S. Citizen or National 2) U.S. Lawful Permanent Resident 3) Person granted refugee status in the U.S. 4) Person granted asylee status in the U.S. 5) A special agricultural worker under section 210 or 6) a beneficiary of legalization through an amnesty program under section 245A of the U.S. Immigration and Nationality Act.


  • OLE Scholarship for Latino Students- Due Friday, May 9th

    The Organization of Latinos at Exelon (OLE) is an Employee Resource Group within the Exelon family of companies.  The OLE Scholarship was established with specific goals in mind: to help students gain access into post-secondary education, help students stay in their respective institutions, and help students pursue their dreams. 

    Deadline for the applications is Friday, May 9th at 5pm CST.

  • The idea of clustering classes

    When students "cluster" in courses, they simply sign up for the same sections for select courses. By doing so, they know that they will have the same academic experience with others that they are familiar with. I would like to encourage MEP students to do this so that we can provide academic support whenever possible. It is easier when students have a common experience. If you would like to cluster with other MEP students, please post a reply stating what class(es) and section(s) you're signing up for. If it is a special section (e.g., merit, honors, etc), please say so. Lets focus on math and science courses, but feel free to post any classes you want others to consider signing up for.

  • PwC Events

    Event: PwC Info Night

    Who: Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors in a 5-year program

    Date:  Monday, February 3rd, 2020


    Event:  Start & Career Preview Info Night

    Date:  Tuesday, February 4th, 2020


  • JPMorgan Chase 2017 Freshman & Sophomore Diversity Programs

    From JPMorgan Chase:

    We are excited to announce some of our new undergrad diversity programs targeting Freshmen and Sophomores for 2017. We are rolling out two programs: The Freshman Experience and the Sophomore Development Fellowship. Attached are the program flyer and FAQs for each program.

    The Freshman Program will introduce and educate diverse students about the financial services industry and JPMC. The Sophomore Development Fellowship will develop and train students on their professional skills (analytical, technical and communications skills). 

    Program qualifications: Both programs are open to students who have a cumulative 3.2 GPA or above who self-identify as Black, Hispanic or Native America and expect to graduate in 2020 for the Freshman Experience or 2019 for the Sophomore Development Fellowship. Students from all majors who meet the criteria are encouraged to apply.

    Applications are now open.

  • About this blog

    Thanks for taking the time to read this. I intend to use this blog as a forum to communicate all sorts of opportunities and advice to MEP students (yes, this includes ICE participants). Initially, we'll use the listserv to remind you of this content. As always, please feel free to contact me or the MEP staff if we can help enhance your experience on campus.

  • Goldman Sachs Exploratory Programs

    Our program includes skill-building workshops, interactive case studies and networking sessions with Goldman professionals.

  • Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP)

    Application Deadline:  Friday, February 17, 2017

    NASA’s Illinois Space Grant Consortium (ISGC) announces that its 15th Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) will take place this summer. UROP is a program designed to cultivate and support research partnerships between University of Illinois College of Engineering undergraduates and faculty members. All projects focus on NASA-related science and engineering research. We would like to invite highly-motivated sophomores, juniors and seniors as well May 2017 graduates to apply to participate in UROP.   

    Eligibility criteria:

    US citizens (no exceptions)
    GPA of 3.0 or higher

    For more information and to apply, go to   If you have questions, contact Diane Jeffers,

  • Illinois Club Scholarships

    Scholarships for any major. 
    Minimum GPA 2.75

    Find out more here

  • SHPE Virtual Career Fair 12-4pm EDT April 18

    Register here for SHPE's Virtual Career Fair on April 18, 2020 from 12:00-4:00pm EDT. Please have your resume ready. Registration closes April 15. 

  • HOPE Scholarship for FAFSA-Ineligible Students

    Some circumstances that may disqualify students from receiving federal financial aid include legal status, gender-non-conforming identities, and previous misdemeanors. 
    Deadline: May 1, 2020 at 5 pm.

  • Apple Latinx Exchange

    The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) has partnered with Apple to bring engaging and varied experiences to college students.

    Apple will be hosting a career panel discussion on April 28, 2021, titled Latinx Exchange.

    Offered by their employee resource group Amigos@Apple, is open to undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing a technology career.

    The Latinx Exchange provides a forum for Apple Latinx employees to share their respective stories and offer advice to students in the early stages of their professional careers as they speak of the infinite possibilities in the world of technology.

    Software engineers who work for the Apple Cloud Services (ACS) organization will discuss challenges and inspirations as members of the tech field.

    The Apple Cloud Services team is responsible for crafting systems for Apple services such as iCloud, iTunes, Siri, Maps, and Apple’s software developers take great pride in providing user-friendly products.

    Students who would like to learn more about applying to work at Apple, will have the opportunity to speak with recruiters from the Apple Cloud Services team, and receive guidance in Apple’s hiring process.

    Additionally, students will hear about the importance of diversity and inclusion from Apple’s Latinx employees, and learn how commitment to this mission makes it  one of the top technology companies in the nation.


    The Latinx Exchange is scheduled for April 28 at 2:00 PM PDT. 

    Deadline to register is April 21.

    Link to register:

    If you have any questions about this event, please feel free to contact Student Services at  We hope to see your university represented at the Amigos@Apple Latinx Exchange!


  • Summer 2013 Employment Available

    Applications being accepted until April 26, 2013 

    Illinois Connections in Engineering (ICE) is now accepting applications for these positions:

    • Resident Counselor
    • Classroom Aide


    Please read more for further information

  • Internship Opportunities for Summer 2017 at SRAM

    Still looking for work this summer? SRAM LLC is looking to hire a Test Development Engineer Intern in both Indianapolis, IN and Chicago, IL.

    Education/Minimum Qualifications:

    - Currently working towards a BS, MS, or advanced degree in Mechincal Engineering, Electrical Engineering, or a relevant engineering program
    - Excellent verbal communication skills; strong attention to detail is a must
    - Ability to work with others, but high self-motivated to achieve individual tasks efficiently in a fast-paced environment
    - Knowledge or interest in bicycles is a bonus

    Interested? Learn more in the linked documents and apply here:


  • 2013 Berkeley Edge Conference

    The 2013 Berkeley Edge conference will be held on October 24 - 26, 2013 at UC Berkeley.

    Application Deadline is September 8th.

    The annual Berkeley Edge Conference brings underrepresented students who are competitively eligible for our Ph.D. programs to the Berkeley campus.

    Please read more for further information.

  • 2019-2020 Hispanic Scholarship Fund Scholarship

    The deadline for phsase I of the HSF Scholarship is February 15! Create a MyHSF profile and start Phase 1 of the application today don’t let the opportunity to apply for an HSF scholarship pass you by! This phase should only take 30 minutes to an hour, to complete. No essays or recommendations are required for Phase I.

  • MIT Converge Program

    Attention juniors and seniors: Interested in graduate studies at MIT? Participate in CONVERGE.

  • REU at UCONN for Students with ADHD

    This REU Site is funded by The National Science Foundation (NSF), Division of Engineering Education and Centers, offering research opportunities in the security of crucial infrastructures to undergraduates with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD/ADD).  Studies suggest that students with ADHD are more creative and more willing to take risks. Those traits are exactly what the field of engineering needs. Therefore, these students may offer the potential to present revolutionizing solutions to complex problems dealing with cyber and physical security of critical infrastructure. 

    The program combines a ten-week traditional summer REU research experience with close mentorship, specially designed seminars, brainstorming sessions, and workshops designed to address the strengths and needs of participants.  Students will participate in their own original research projects in the morning and in the afternoon there will be laboratory rotations to provide a multidisciplinary research experience.  Participants will have the opportunity to present their creative ideas relating their experiences from different research areas.


    - Students diagnosed with or showing signs of ADHD who are traditionally underrepresented and underserved in engineering programs
    - Must be US citizens or permanent residents enrolled as engineering majors
    - Must have completed their sophomore or junior year by June 1, 2017
    - Must have a minimum GPA of 2.8 (out of 4.0)

    Applicants must provide a document from the doctor or complete a self-assessment for proof of eligibility upon acceptance. Project investigators will do diligence to protect the privacy of each participant.

    The registration website will be launched on the high security server of the UConn School of Engineering.  However, it should be noted that, if you are selected to participate in the program, lab directors and possible the graduate students who will be in the program will be aware of the eligibility requirement for this REU Site. If you have any questions regarding your privacy you may contact the Principle Investigator Arash E. Zaghi at or (860) 486-2468.

    Apply Online Now!

    APPLICATION DEADLINE:  March 17, 2017

  • SUPERB-ITS REU at UC Berkeley

    UC Berkeley's Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences is proud to offer our SUPERB-ITS: Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research at Berkeley-Information Technology for Sustainability, pending renewal from the National Science Foundation.

    We are targeting high-potential rising juniors and seniors who have a strong interest in graduate studyand who are either socio-economically disadvantaged, low-income, first-generation college students, or have limited access to undergraduate research in their undergraduate institution. Over half of the EECS faculty have mentored SUPERB students during the past twenty summers and we are proud of the achievements of these students. One of them is now a faculty member here at UC Berkeley. A very high percentage of former SUPERB students have earned graduate degrees in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

    As a participant in this program, students will be eligible for a graduate school application fee waiver to our Berkeley graduate school programs.

    SUPERB-ITS  June 8 - August 9, 2014. The deadline to apply is February 15, 2014.

  • ExxonMobil LOFT Fellowship- Hispanic Heritage Foundation

    Participate in the Harvard-certified ExxonMobil mentee program, receive a $1,000 educational grant, and gain career opportunities!
    *MechSE,ChemE, Civil, ECE, ISE, MatSE
    *3.5 Minimum GPA 
    *Deadline: April 20, 2018

  • 3M Leadership Summit in Chicago

    Meet and have one-on-one conversations with 3M executives! Travel and expenses covered. 

    Tuesday, April 10, 2018 10:30am-12:30pm

  • ENG 199 EM: Engineering the Mind

    New 2nd-half, 8-wk course for 1 credit for Spring 2017! Meets once a week on Tuesdays from 3:30-5pm. This course explores topics like optical illusions, magic tricks, and how the brain can be fooled. The purpose of the course is to show you a whole new world and leverage our understanding of the brain to improve how you learn. Currently, this course is open only to first- and second-year engineering students, but the restric tions will soon be opened up for more students. For more information, you may contact DS Choi at

    Here is the link to the course explorer:

  • INFO 490 Makerspace Studio Classes

    Markerspace Studio Classes at the CU Fab Lab

    Explore your creative side in one of these hands-on Makerspace Studio Classes.

    Learn to use digital fabrication tools like: electronic cutters, laser cutters, small electronics, digital embroidery machines, and 3D printers.

    Curiousity and playfulness encouraged. Artistic talent not required!

    Digital Fabrication Rapid Prototyping: Section A includes an emphasis on iteration and self-directed learning through making. Students will complete and present an independent project at the end of the course that combines multiple tool areas.

    Section A: Iterative ProjectCRN 65245
    FALL 2017

    Makerspaces in Schools, Libraries, & Museums: Section B includes an emphasis on community engagement in makerspaces. Students in this section will evaluate makerspace curricula for classrooms, libraries, and museums and will have the opportunity to conduct a workshop with our community partners.

    Section B: Community Engagement
    CRN 68131
    FALL 2017

  • Dow Diamond Symposium

    The Dow Diamond Symposium is an exciting three day event intended for African American, Latino, and American Indian undergraduate students majoring in Engineering, Supply Chain Management, Accounting/Finance, and Business Administration with one of the world’s largest and leading chemical companies. Selected participants will be exposed to potential career opportunities within Dow and learn more about the Science to Our Success.

    Diamond Symposium participants can expect to:
    - Hear from dynamic Dow leaders on “How to Create Your Personal Brand” and “Build Networking Skills”
    - Learn more about Dow, our technology & products, our sustainability, and our employee resource groups
    - Participate in a cross-functional case study
    - Meet and network with Dow leaders and employees

    The event runs from August 21st through August 24th in Midland, Michigan. The symposium is before the first day of instruction for Fall Semester. Travel, food, and accommodation expenses will be covered.

    You should apply as Engineering or Supply Chain Management. Please review the qualifications and online expectations.

    For more information and to apply:

  • 2013 Civil Engineer Trainee Recruitment

    The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) has launched their 2013 Civil Engineer Trainee (CET) Recruitment Season.

    If you would like to learn more about this position and the Illinois Department of Transportation, please visit the website

     Read more for further information...

  • Accenture Scholarship Program for Minorities, Deadline: January 31, 2010

    Accenture is now accepting applications for the 2010 scholarship program for minority students. The Accenture Scholarship Program for Minorities, which is part of the companys commitment to growing and developing talent in the communities where our people live and work, supports minority students pursuing degrees in engineering, computer science, and programs related to information systems and decision sciences. We will award one-time scholarships of $2500 to students enrolled in full-time undergraduate programs during the 2010/2011 academic year.

  • 2017 Summer Internship at UCSD/Scripps Institution of Oceanography/Marine Physical Laboratory

    Applications will only be considered when submitted via

    Organization: UC San Diego Scripps Institution of Oceanography, Marine Physical Laboratory

    Call for Summer Interns

    Are you considering applying to grad school and interested in oceanography as a career path?  Contemplating a career in scientific research and development?

    The Marine Physical Laboratory, at UC San Diego’s world renowned Scripps Institution of Oceanography, is currently seeking inquisitive, motivated undergraduate students with exceptional aptitude for quantitative science to apply for the 2017 MPL Summer Internship Program. Undergraduate college students majoring in Applied Mathematics, Engineering, Physics, Chemistry, Biology or Geology are encouraged to apply. This ten-week internship will offer qualified students the opportunity to work with some of the most notable scientists in the world and learn about marine science and technology while earning a modest salary.

    UCSD is an equal opportunity employer, with a strong institutional commitment to excellence through diversity. 


    Currently enrolled as 1st, 2nd or 3rd year undergraduate - and not in your senior year - at a college or university with a major applicable to research done at MPL

    * A U.S. citizen or permanent resident 

    * Considering a career in scientific research* Available to start at MPL in La Jolla, California, between June 1, 2017, and the first week in July

    * Available to work the duration of the internship, ten consecutive weeks from the start date, for 40 hours per week at a salary of $14/hr

    * Not a former MPL summer intern

    * OK with working a short distance from some of Southern California's best beaches and surf 


    Visit to complete the application online* Applications will be accepted online through 4 p.m. Pacific time on February 17, 2017* Decisions emailed to applicants by the end of April 2017


  • 2019 ExxonMobil LOFT Fellowship

    Exxon Mobil Corporation has partnered with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation to create fellowship opportunities in the STEM fields for Hispanic college students. ExxonMobil is seeking to nurture motivated college students across the country, with a passion for Engineering and Science. There exists the possibility to interview for ExxonMobil positions (internships/full-time) upon successful completion of the Fellowship. The 2019 ExxonMobil LOFT Fellowship Application will close April 12, 2019, @11:59 p.m

    If you have questions please contact Please use "ExxonMobil LOFT Fellowship" in the subject line.

  • Illinois Leadership Scholarship

    Stan Sutherland is a LAS graduate (Class of 1968) who created a scholarship for LAS students who have been involved with the ILC. Those involved in the Illinois Leadership Center and enrolled in the College of LAS are encouraged to applyDeadline: April 12

  • Scholarships

    Inside are links to various scholarships from ISAC, MALDEF, HSF, SHPE: GMIS, and MPower Financing. Apply today!

  • STEM Summer Internship Program in the Washington, DC area

    Application Deadline:  March 1, 2013

    *Underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply*

    Session Dates:  May 28 – August 2, 2013                                 

    This ten-week, Washington, DC based summer internship will strengthen your work in research and will allow you to enhance your professional skills.

  • Engineering Learning Assistant (ELA) Positions Open

    Create an impactful first-year experience through intentional instruction, mentorship, and advocacy. Become an IEFX ELA. Apply today!

  • REU in Renewable Energy at Colorado School of Mines (May 27, 2013 to August 2, 2013)

    The Renewable Energy Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (REMRSEC) REU program invites exceptional undergraduate math, science, and engineering students to participate in a ten-week summer research program addressing fundamental materials issues related to the science and technology of renewable energy. These highly interdisciplinary studies focus on multiple areas that are open to all materials science, engineering, physics, chemistry, mathematics, chemical engineering, and computer science majors.

    Benefits include a $4,500 stipend, on-campus housing, travel reimbursement, and financial support to present research results at an upcoming national conference. Application materials, as well as videos of the college campus, REMRSEC, and previous student research projects can be found at

  • 2019 REACH Program

    The USC Viterbi School of Engineering seeks minority students to apply to REACH 2019, an exciting graduate engineering preview program this spring at the University of Southern California.Through the REACH program, under-represented engineering achievers get firsthand exposure to research opportunities, world-class faculty, academic programs, student services and mentoring resources. Apply to the 2019 REACH program taking place Thursday, April 25th - Saturday, April 27th. Application deadline is February 22, 2019

  • Counseling Center's Power Reading Course, Deadline: March 15, 2010

    The "Power Reading Course" is designed to help students improve their reading speed, concentration, comprehension and productivity. This is a non-graded, non-credit, twelve session course that meets for 50 minutes on a M-W or T-TH sequence. Sessions will be available twice a semester. Books and materials will be provided. A materials fee of $15.00 will be assessed each student.

  • UC Berkeley's 7-Day Explorations in Science Research Workshop

    Application Deadline is April 2, 2013.

    Workshop Dates:  June 15-23, 2013

    Women and underrepresented minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

    This short program is designed to encourage and help prepare students to attend graduate school in the sciences. It is aimed at undergraduates who are rising juniors or seniors.  Students will learn how earth & planetary scientists approach large, complex problems and how new research, instruments, data, and analytic tools that are producing results at the nexus of science, public understanding and policymaking. Students will gain a basic understanding of computing and visualization tools.   

     Please read more for further information.


  • Engineering Education Internship

    Application Deadline:  March 1, 2013

    This unique 10-week internship offers students the opportunity to work with National Subject Matter Experts on the National Cyber Discovery program; conduct K-12 teacher professional development workshops; work with high school students in the National Cyber Discovery program; participate in and work the Education Discovery Forum in Bossier City, LA; and assist with curriculum development initiatives.  Please read more for further details...

  • Shell Technical Scholarship and Shell Incentive Fund

    Hello from Shell Recruitment!

    Are you majoring in Engineering or Geosciences? Find out how you can apply for a $5,000 scholarship from Shell for the 2014-2015 academic year!

    We offer two types of scholarships: the Shell Technical Scholarship and the Shell Incentive Fund.

    • The Shell Technical Scholarship is for full-time students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in a specific technical major. 
    • The Shell Incentive Fund is for full-time students who are pursuing an undergraduate degree in a specific technical major and who belong to particular under-represented minority groups.

    For additional details about the application process and requirements for each scholarship, visit

    The application deadline is Monday, April 14, 2014, so don’t delay!

    If you have any further questions, please contact Sean Rutherford at We look forward to receiving your application!

    Best Wishes,

    The Shell Recruitment Team

  • Uber Career Prep Fellows Program

    This year-long program will consist of five virtual workshops.
    * Enrolled in a 4-year institution or community college transfer to begin at 4-year by Fall 2021
    * Major in CS or closely related field
    * Passion and drive to be successful in the tech industry
    Deadline: Februrary 11, 2021

  • NACME/Chevron Scholarship Opportunity for non-NACME Scholars

    NACME was awarded a grant from the Chevron Corporation to provide additional scholarship support for four (4) students at your institution.  Successful applicants will receive a $5,000 scholarship award for one year, for the academic year 2017-2018. Please note that this scholarship is for non-NACME Scholars.

    Attached is a copy of the application which includes the guidelines for the scholarship.  Eligible students must be freshmen, sophomores and juniors who are pursuing the following engineering disciplines: mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, civil engineering, computer science, etc . 

    Please distribute to your students and encourage them to apply and the due date is April 1, 2017.

  • 2019 Launching Leaders Undergraduate Experience

    Are you passionate about technology?

    JPMorgan Chase & Co. is seeking diverse college students to be a part of their Launching Leaders Program, November 30, 2018 in Brooklyn, New York.

    During this program you will take part in developmental workshops and get a chance to learn about their recruiting process. Your participation could lead to an opportunity to interview for their Summer Analyst program in 2019 and awards up to $10,000.

    Submit your application by November 11, 2018

    For any questions contact:

    Jennifer Arnau | 347-854-1051 |


  • BP's Discovery Days

    Application Deadline:  April 15, 2013

    Program targeted toward freshman and sophomore diversity candidates

    Introducing BP’s Discovery Days, a diversity leadership program specifically designed to develop the abilities you’ll need to be a success in your career – and prepare you to become a strong leader on campus and in your professional future. You’ll learn about the energy industry, build professional skills and earn a $1000 scholarship along the way.

    Please read more for further information.

  • The Vanguard Women in Information Technology Scholarship Program

    The Vanguard Women in Information Technology Scholarship Program provides merit-based scholarships of up to $8,000 to female students studying computer science, computer engineering, Web design, or another IT-related field. To be considered, you must: * Be a female college student entering your senior year of college in fall 2010. * Be enrolled full-time in a four-year accredited college or university in the United States. * Be pursuing a major in computer science, computer engineering, Web design, or another IT-related discipline. * Have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. * Be a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States.

  • Undergraduate Research Symposium 2019

    The Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) is currently accepting submissions for the 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS), set for Thursday, April 18. The URS is the signature event of Undergraduate Research Week (April 14-20), and brings together students, faculty, and staff from all disciplines on the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign campus, as well as corporate partners and sponsors, to learn more about undergraduate research and its potential to change the world. Over the course of the day, students present their work in concurrent oral and poster presentations (including creative performances), the breadth and scope of which reflect not only the wide range of academic disciplines at the University of Illinois, but also speak to the caliber of our undergraduates.

    For more information visit this link

    Deadline for submitting an application to the URS is Friday, February 1, 2019, at 11:59 pm.

  • Undergraduate Research Apprentice Program (URAP @ UI)

    Now in its third year of collaboration, the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR) and the Graduate College offer the opportunity for first and second-year undergraduate students (including transfer students) to assist advanced graduate students (those who have completed all coursework requirements and are in the dissertation research stage) with their research projects. Through a one-on-one research experience with their graduate student mentor, undergraduate students will have the opportunity to learn what it means to do research, create knowledge, and produce scholarship. Undergraduate students will begin work with their mentors in Spring 2018.

    Undergraduate researchers will be given course credit (3 credit hours). Undergraduate students will attend regular weekly class meetings with OUR and Grad College instructors, as well as work one-on-one with their graduate mentors. Students will also complete a final project, consisting of a research poster, to be presented during “Undergraduate Research Week” sponsored by the Office of Undergraduate Research (OUR).

    If you have any questions about the application process, the office will be holding informational meetings on Friday October 13 and Wednesday October 18, from 3-3:50pm in Bevier Hall Room 166. Get tips on creating a good statement of interest, why you should participate, and get your questions answered.

    For more information and to apply, please see the post on website: Deadline for applications is Monday, October 30.

    Questions may be addressed to: Please put “URAP” in the subject line.

  • EPA job announcement: 11/13/09

    Here is an example of a job window for the EPA... 4-days! Description here, HR contact info below. Opens: 11-18-09, Closes: 11-22-09 Environmental Engineer/Physical Scientist (Environmental) GS-819/1301-7/9, located in the Air & Radiation Division, Air Enforcement & Compliance Assurance Branch, Air Enforcement and Compliance Assurance Section (MI/WI) in Chicago, IL. This is a Federal Career Intern Position (FCIP).

  • United Airlines internship recruiting at UIUC

    Attention juniors and seniors majoring in Industrial Engineering or Systems Engineering and Design – Learn about internship opportunities available at United Airlines at the following events:

    Information Session

    Tuesday, September 6th

    7:30 PM

    Transportation Building, Room 114


    ECS Career Fair

    Wednesday, September 7th

    12:00 PM – 6:00 PM

    Activities and Recreation Center

    Please email Kelsey Blake  with any questions about these upcoming events

  • Sandia National Labs Scholarship Opportunity

    Critical Skills Master's Program

    Sandia's Critical Skills Master's Program (CSMP) is a special, entry-level hiring program, which provides new or recent technical bachelor's degree candidates the opportunity to pursue a fully funded Masters of Science degree. The CSMP program is designed to attract talent pursuing key disciplines aligned with Sandia's national security mission, including Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Cybersecurity and Electrical Engineering. Learn more about CSMP.

    Master's Fellowship Program

    Exceptional candidates with bachelor's degrees can receive fully funded master's of science degrees through Sandia's Master's Fellowship Program. Successful applicants will become full-time Sandia employees. After working at Sandia for at least two months, participants will enter graduate school full-time, while receiving benefits and stipends from Sandia. Participants are guaranteed job placement at Sandia after receiving their master's degrees. Learn more about MFP.