Helpful Career Links

EME works closely with the College of Engineering. They have several helpful links available including resources specific for undergaduates and graduates. They also have information on resume building skills, salary information, and additional resources that can assist you in your career.

Helpful Career Links

  • Career Resources & Employer Relations - The College of Engineering provide career advising for more than 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students pursuing majors within the College of Engineering as well as students pursuing engineering majors in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences. They also help connect students and employers at a wide variety of career events each academic year.
  • Salary Spotlight, Co-op & Internship Average Hourly Salaries - Average hourly salary information is provided on a voluntary basis by engineering undergraduate and graduate students who have completed their Co-op & Internship Employment Surveys.
  • Resources for Undergraduate Students - If you’re an undergraduate student in the College of Engineering or a student in an engineering major in the College of Earth and Mineral Sciences, we can help you prepare for your career or for graduate studies.
  • Resrources for Graduate Students - Whether you are pursuing a master’s or doctoral degree, we can help you prepare for a career in either industry or academia.
  • Action Verbs for Resumes - The way in which you describe your background and skills in a résumé, CV, or cover letter is just as important as the actual information you are presenting.  Use some of these descriptive action verbs to describe your skills, experience, and accomplishments.
  • Sample Documents - View examples of resumes, cover letters, curriculum vitaes and more.

 

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