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Do you have an internship lined up for this summer?
– OR –
Have you already had an internship during the year (anytime between the beginning of fall term and now)?
If yes, please complete the 2016-17 CBEE Internship Survey – for any internship that began or will begin between September 21, 2016 and September 19, 2017, that is, in Fall 2016 or in Winter, Spring or Summer 2017.
Tracking CBEE student internships helps to improve future internship opportunities. Thanks!
Peer Mentors will be back in the fall! They can assist you with job search advice, resume & cover letter review, interviewing tips, and academic advising issues.
For Undergraduate Academic Advising, go to: http://cbee.oregonstate.edu/undergraduate-advising
Career & Internship Advising: If you still have questions after you've had your resume & cover letter reviewed and explored the resources here and at the Career Center , please email your question or set up a career advising appointment.
Entry-level career position after graduation
Engineering internship in industry
Research internship in the summer or during school
Study or work abroad - or both!
Job search skills improvement
Go to: OSU Jobs Board to find paid work on-campus full-time or part-time, during school or in the summer
Go to: International Students - Employment to find out how to work in the US as an international student on a F-1 or J-1 visa
Learn about past student internships in the Fall '15/Winter'16 CBEE Alumni Newsletter, Diffusion. Story starts on page 5.
Check out the new career management platform, Handshake, and set up your profile and email alerts. Handshake is a networked platform that allows employers to connect with students nationwide and includes internships, entry-level and alumni career opportunities.
Bookmark (and check regularly) the OSUCBEE subreddit for CBEE Career and Internship Opportunities and related events
Read the weekly CBEE Bulletin, especially the Jobs & Internships section, for the latest news
Sign up for the cbee-jobs listserv for timely updates on new job postings
Improve your Job Search skills
Search online Job Boards
The MECOP program offers two 6-month internships for chemical or environmental engineering students and is a five-year Bachelor's degree program.
Watch the video here: What is MECOP?
MECOP Company List (Note: not all companies on the list hire chemical or environmental engineering students)
Many companies hire engineering interns! Just follow the job search process used to find a career position, listed above. By learning these skills now, you'll have a head start when you're ready to graduate!
The Pete and Rosalie Johnson Undergraduate Internship Program provides research opportunities in the summer following the completion of the first academic year. The Johnson Internship is available to any CBEE student who has successfully completed a first-year engineering intro course (such as CBEE 101) and CBEE 102. Applications are due in mid-March each year.
Information about Letter of Recommendation Requests from Faculty
Use these lists to explore internship and career opportunities available for CBEE students and graduates and get started on your job search. The lists are just a sampling of places where CBEE student interns or alumni have found employment; there are pleanty of opportunities beyond those listed here.
Employers - please contact CBEE Corporate Relations at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to be added to these lists.
International Internships - Explore IE3 Global Internships, IAESTE, DAAD and others in Switzerland, France, Germany and Japan
OSU Office of Global Opportunities - Research opportunities to study and work abroad
GoinGlobal - This is a great source for searching for jobs abroad, as well as gaining valuable information about the culture of various countries in which you'd like to work.
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*The complete university diversity statement can be found here: http://leadership.oregonstate.edu/diversity/diversity-oregon-state/vision-and-principles