Whether you are seeking an internship or job in industry, pursuing further education, or looking for academic jobs, the Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations is available to support you.

We encourage you to take advantage of the resources and events below. When you’re ready to meet with an Engineering Career Coach, schedule an appointment in Handshake. Engineering Career Coaches can help you:

  • Network with alumni, employers, and campus resources
  • Explore career possibilities
  • Develop targeted job search strategies
  • Review and customize tailored application materials
  • Communicate your skills and interests throughout the job search process



  • myIDP – Individual Development Plan I  A unique, web-based career-planning tool tailored to meet the needs of PhD students and postdocs in the sciences. Provided by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
  • InterSECT Job Simulations I  An online platform that allows PhD-level scientists to explore future career options.
  • Science Careers I  A section of the AAAS Science Magazine focused on career information and job postings.
  • Beyond the Professoriate Blog I  An organization that seeks to empower PhDs to build impactful careers and engaged lives, wherever smart people are needed.



Resume and CV Resources


The Engineering Office of Career Development and Corporate Relations is committed to supporting students from all backgrounds in our career coaching, programming, and approach to cultivating employer partnerships. We encourage you to reflect on how your unique sense of identity contributes to your career decision making and invite you to review these Diversity and Inclusion Career Resources.