Current Students

CC@E - Student Services

The Career Center @ Engineering is happy to assist you throughout your entire job search process, from resume writing to salary negotiation. Whether you are a pre-engineering student, graduating senior or graduate student, our office can help. It's never too early (or too late!) to begin your job search.

Walk-in Hours & Appointments

During Autumn, Winter and Spring quarters, the CC@E is open from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. every day. No appointment needed during walk-in hours. Get feedback on anything career or job-search related: resumes, cover letters, interviews, internships/co-ops, etc.

Loew Hall, suite 014
Summer 2017: Services by APPOINTMENT ONLY


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Career Events

Career events for engineering and technical students are held throughout the year at the University of Washington. Career Fairs provide opportunities to meet students and broadly advertise your position openings, including internships, co-op and full-time positions. Registration and event logistics are managed by the sponsoring organizations. More about UW Engineering Career Events »

More calendars: All UW Engineering Events | UW Career Center Calendar | UW Events

Internships & Career Engagement

Internships are an opportunity to enhance your engineering curriculum through practical, hands-on work in industry. They are a great way to learn more about engineering, gain experience, and make connections with employers to increase your chances of full-time employment post-graduation. We encourage organizations and their recruiters to abide by the standards of the Department of Labor and National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). For more information, contact the program at More about Internships »

Workshops & Programming

Check out these valuable resources from the UW Career Center, including the current year's Career Guide.

International Students

It is important that you understand your visa status and work eligibility options. The CC@E works in conjunction with the UW International Student Services to answer any questions. For questions about Curricular Practical Training (CPT), which allows you to work as an intern, and Optional Practical Training (OPT), which allows for limited post-graduation employment, review the International Student Services' employment information.