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Start Your M.Eng. Job Search Here!

Essential Skills for Career Planning and Job Searching

  • Career Exploration - You have an awareness of and ability to manage your career development process.
  • Applications and Interviews - You communicate with confidence about your skills and abilities.
  • Networking - You make connections with others who can assist you in your career development and advancement.

The M.Eng./MPS Career Modules will guide you through the process of developing these skills.

 

SAVE THE DATES: There will be opportunities to further enhance your career planning and job search skills just before classes begin in August 2018.  Please keep August 20, 21, and 22 open for M.Eng./MPS department and career-related events.

 

 

Emmanuel P. Giannelis

Congratulations on your acceptance to Cornell University's College of Engineering. We are excited you have decided to attend Cornell!

Once you arrive on campus you'll be busy with academics, getting to know the college, exploring resources and meeting faculty and colleagues. Most of you will also be pursuing employment opportunities toward securing a job before graduation.

The fall is a busy time so we have put together a two-step program to help you begin to prepare for your job search; a summer career curriculum and a daylong job search orientation.

The web based M.Eng. & MPS Career Curriculum consists of 4 modules for you to complete over the summer and many resources you'll use often during the academic year. Once you arrive on campus you'll attend a daylong Job Search Orientation on August 20 to practice your skills.

On campus recruiting begins in early September, so completing the summer career curriculum and attending the daylong job search orientation is a good way to begin to prepare yourself to apply for these position. Details and deadlines are covered in the summer career curriculum.

We look forward to meeting you in August and welcoming you in person to our college community and Cornell.

 

Emmanuel P. Giannelis

Associate Dean for Research, and Graduate and Professional Programs