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Cornell Engineering Career Center serves undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Engineering by providing resources for career exploration, development, and planning. We are also dedicated to building and maintaining relationships with employers seeking to recruit Cornell Engineering talent.

Mission 

Inspire and empower Cornell Engineers to create lifelong career success.

Location & Hours 

201 Carpenter Hall; Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM- 4:30 PM

Drop-In Hours (start January 24, 2017)

Mondays: 2:30-3:30 pm
Tuesdays: 9:00-10:00 am
Thursdays: 1:30-2:30 pm
Fridays: 10:30-11:30 am
15 minute appointments for general career questions (NOT for resume/cover letter critiques or mock interviews).
Drop-In Hours are canceled for the following dates: Feb 16, 17 & 23; March 2 & 3 

Co-op Drop-in Hours (start January 25, 2017)
Wednesdays: 10:30-11:30 am
Thursdays: 2:30-3:30 pm
15 minute appointments for students CURRENTLY enrolled in the Engineering Co-op Program.

Appointment Worksheet 

Have an upcoming appointment? Please complete the appointment worksheet BEFORE your appointment.

Post Graduation Plans? Tell us!

Class of 2017, tell us what you are doing after graduation! Complete the Postgraduate Survey today.

Register this spring for Career Development in Engineering (ENGRG 2350)

Mondays 10:10-11:40 OR Tuesdays 2:55 - 4:25 PM, 2 credits, Letter grades only
INSTRUCTORS: J. Belina, C. Downey, N. Kiechle, and T. Brant; UP TO 20 SPACES PER SECTION

"The thing that stands out most in my mind when I think about this course, and what I learned, is that forming a career takes work--- and continuous work nonetheless."~2350 student

Prepare to engage, reflect, and explore! This discussion based course will consist of in-class activities, journaling exercises, and homework assignments for shaping your career goals, choices, and planning. Through this course, you will develop an awareness of and ability to manage the career development process. You will be able to communicate with confidence about your values, skills, and strengths. You will learn to make connections with others who can assist you in your career development and advancement. You will create your own personal mission and vision statements. And, you will apply engineering knowledge to product design. If you are looking for a challenging and thought-provoking experience that encourages asking question, being curious, and taking risks you have found it! Email Nadia with questions (nnd5@cornell.edu).

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Student Spotlight

Andrea Bowring

"I wanted a great engineering school but one that was contained in a full-service university." read more

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