Career Services

Trienbach and Link

Civil engineering co-op student Jeremy Triebenbach and his supervisor, Mike Link, at United Water

The Career Services Office provides a link between education and the real world. The office is dedicated to helping all CEAS students secure engineering or compupter science-related work experience before graduation. We know that relevant work experience in combination with solid academics is among the criteria that employers use to select entry-level candidates. Placement available to current and former students includes: co-op, internships, graduation internships and full-time placement.

CEAS uses a web-based system, PantherJobs, for students to post resumes, search and apply for jobs, and sign up for on-campus interviews. Employers can utilize PantherJobs to find students' resumes, post available positions, and schedule interviews.

In addition, Career Services provides a host of services to students - from resume reviews to interview coaching and information on market trends and salary negotiation.