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  • UW-Madison ECS
    employers students alumni parents faculty staff University of Wisconsin Madison Engineering Career Services

    Original URL path: https://ecs.engr.wisc.edu/public/index.php (2014-09-13)
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  • UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Take me there Career Fair shipping hotels details for all attendees Get the pdf Career Registration see the myECS login below Go to CAMPUS VISITS in your account Engineering Career Services looks forward to serving employers by providing Resume profiles of engineering candidates seeking employment from freshmen to graduate students and experienced alumni Professional all inclusive assistance to employers visiting campus for interviews career fairs information sessions presentations and relationship building Direct hire opportunities for students and employers There are no fees for employer accounts job posting campus interviewing and resume profile access Fees are associated with career fairs University of Wisconsin Madison is one of the nation s largest campuses and consistently ranks among the country s top academic universities It is also one of the leading research institutions In the College of Engineering COE approximately 4 500 undergraduates and 1 200 graduate students are enrolled in eight academic departments and participate in a wide variety of interdisciplinary programs and research institutions Need an employer account Email your complete contact information name title employer website phone address to ECS and request a new account Email associated with an account must be employer based and person specific No gmail yahoo

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  • UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    to meet with ECS staff for job search assistance or to utlize the ECS print resources Please see our calendar for our next new membership meetings In the meantime use our web resources to assist you with your skills assessment resume development and interview practice You are welcome to schedule an individual appointment with a staff member at any time we are open all summer Already a member of ECS Account renewal for 2014 2015 begins on August 19 DO NOT SUBMIT 2013 2014 Member Agreements Wait until 2014 2015 is available Log in to myECS COE Road Map Fall 2013 First year Students Here is a planning guide COE ROAD MAP to use as you plan your future academic and cocurricular experiences at UW Madison Your COE Road Map Planner Leadership Center Prezi Show International Studies PowerPoint as PDF Off Campus Housing Tips Fall Rush Housing Myth Finance Tips Academic Performance Tips Science Based Learning Test Anxiety Coping Kit myNewsUpdate See the latest National Association of Colleges employment information Six Steps fo Checking Your Facebook Privacy Source Chronicle of Higher Education Brian Croxall outlines the specifics for locking down your FaceBook account to eliminate potential damage to your job

    Original URL path: https://ecs.engr.wisc.edu/public/student/index.php (2014-09-13)
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  • UW-Madison ECS
    employer volunteers Take full advantage of a large variety of campus interviews Attend employer information sessions Review co op or intern papers written by previous students Meet individually with ECS staff regarding any aspect of their job search Be persistent professional and confident in developing skills Students achieve success in the job market when they in priority order Maintain an overall GPA of 3 0 Secure at least one summer internship or co op prior to graduating Become a leader in one or two at most student organizations Study abroad in a unique culture Interesting facts Freshmen can search for a summer internship prior to being accepted into a College of Engineering department Approximately 85 of BS graduates secure at least one work term as a summer intern or co op engineer prior to graduation Seniors can seek an internship between their BS graduation and the start of graduate school Interns and co ops are paid on average 75 of a FT engineering salary and gain valuable real world experience See the statistics bar above to review salary averages the undergraduate report and current employers recruiting on campus lists A few topics of importance include Job Search ECS offers all the programs and services required to develop the skills required to get a job Forbes Top Seven Things To Do To Get A Job Be sure your on line profile is professional and private Careerbuilder Warning Social Networking Can Be Hazardous to Your Job Search Networking is an important tool you can help A Successful Job Search It s all about Networking Employer Perspectives In a tight job market employers can be selective in screening candidates Therefore it is important for candidates to focus on the basics GPA secure an internship or co op experience soon in their undergraduate career

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  • UW-Madison ECS
    students to become an ECS Member during their freshmen year or at the start of their sophomore year Each year we register over 1 500 engineering students and alumni into one of our programs and work closely with hundreds of employers to assist them in identifying qualified students co ops interns or professional hires and alumni for experienced hires We provide valuable resources and expertise in the areas of career exploration resume writing interviewing skills corporate site visits co ops internships summer jobs and permanent jobs In addition we offer assistance in skills assessment graduate school decisions and transitioning from student to professional In addition we connect employers with University of Wisconsin Madison engineering students through our on line webECS recruiting system for resume access Fall and Spring Career Connection career fairs and on campus interviews We also assist in the scheduling of employer information sessions Please read further to see our full array of services Six Steps fo Checking Your Facebook Privacy Source Chronicle of Higher Education Brian Croxall outlines the specifics for locking down your FaceBook account to eliminate potential damage to your job search read the article A Successful Job Search It s All About Networking Source

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  • UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    and provides continuous employment for approximately eight months This co op lends itself best to employers with project based work that requires more extensive training Undergraduates may participate during the sophomore junior or senior years THE SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM is for employers seeking undergraduate or graduate students during the summer months These assignments provide students exposure to engineering while enabling the employer to fill short term project needs Advantages to the employer include participating in the educational process developing a stronger experienced workforce identifying outstanding students for potential employment at graduation maintaining effective college relations evaluating an individual s performance prior to making a full time commitment sharing new technology research and procedures Successful Programs Require Quality Assignments Planning is important to the success of the co op or intern experience A clear understanding of the student s projects and responsibilities is crucial to the quality of the assignment A challenging work assignment slightly above the student s abilities will motivate and educate the student and increase the contribution to the organization The student should be considered a professional within the organization and be included in appropriate decision making processes and meetings Employers are encouraged to provide opportunities for students to participate in training programs Program Requirements The employer ensures a quality work environment that promotes learning and professional ethics designates challenging projects relevant to student s major assigns an engineer as a supervisor provides ongoing support and feedback to the student offers appropriate compensation and training The university refers qualified students with good academic standing serves as campus liaison for the employer coordinates campus recruiting efforts The student performs meaningful engineering tasks and contributes to projects maintains good academic standing during school terms registers for academic credit when required by the university or employer displays a willingness and ability

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  • UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    24 Career Fair 25 26 27 28 29 30 OCT 1 2 3 Interviews Begin 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 University of Wisconsin Madison Calendar College of Engineering Calendar Fall 2014 Resume Profiles Available On line On line student resume profiles are available to employers through myECS to review prior to recruiting September TBD Fall Career Connection 2014 Career Fair Multi day event chance to meet students

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