Alumni play an important role in the lives of Auburn Engineering students. You can make an impact on student career development related to major choice, co-op and internship opportunities, and chosen career paths. Consider the following ways to support and engage with future Auburn engineers.


  • Coffee Chats with EnGINNers | Schedule brief sessions with current Auburn engineering students to discuss a day-in-the-life of your work, role and company. Chat about your professional experiences and career journey.
  • Mock Interviews  I  Each fall semester, young alumni are invited to join members of the Engineering Young Alumni Council to offer mock interviews for current Auburn Engineering students. This event allows for students to receive feedback regarding their resume and interview performance from industry professionals prior to the fall career fair season.
  • 100+ Women Strong  I  The 100+ Women Strong program seeks to attract, support, and retain female students in Auburn Engineering. Join 100+ Women Strong to offer mentorship to female students and contribute to resources and programming that will advance the next generation of female engineers.


Post jobs and internships  I  We encourage alumni to share job, co-op, and internship postings in Handshake. Learn more in our employers section.

Engage in recruitment opportunities

  • Employer-in-Residence | Designed for 20-minute (times adjustable) one-on-one sessions with students regarding professional development topics such as Resume Reviews, Mock Interviews, Elevator Pitch Practice, Networking Tips. 2 - 4 hours are recommended for this event.
  • Virtual Job Shadowing | Designed to educate a limited number of students on a specific engineering role within your company. One hour is the recommended timeframe for Job Shadowing.
  • Career Fairs and On-Campus Interviewing  I  Register to attend the career fairs organized by the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and schedule on-campus interviews.