Most events for engineering students (employer information sessions, presentations, tech talks, product demo's, showcases, coding events, competitions, and pre-nights) are set up by Engineering Student Organizations. We have trained and certified the organizations listed below. These organizations will assist in arranging your connection. To start the process, complete one of their forms below.
Fall College of Engineering Showcase - Save the Date!
The College of Engineering will host the Fall Cornell Engineering Showcase on Tuesday, September 4th from 4:30 - 6:30 PM. Information sessions are not to be scheduled in conflict with this event. Recruiters, please plan to connect with student organizations, other student leaders and Cornell Engineers at the Showcase.
** PLEASE NOTE Request events four weeks prior to the desired date. Cornell University Student Activities Office require Engineering Student Organizations to register events at least three weeks in advance. Completing your request form four weeks prior to your desired date ensures your event is registered with the University within this time frame. Student organizations may be fined for late filing or lack of filing an Event Registration Form. Requests received less than three weeks prior to the desired date will not be processed.
Please choose an organization below to assist in arranging your information session. The organization will handle logistics for your event and will work with our office to advertise.
American Institute of Chemical Engineers
American Society of Civil Engineers
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Association of Computer Science Undergraduates
Biomedical Engineering Society
Biomedical Engineering Society - Grad
Engineering Career Fair Team
Engineering Graduate Student Association
Information Science Student Association
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers
National Society of Black Engineers
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers
Society of Women Engineers
Tau Beta Pi
Theta Tau Professional Engineering Fraternity
Women in Computing at Cornell