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General Resources and Announcements

Selected upcoming career-related workshops and events:

Personal Statements for Graduate & Professional School
Monday, October 23, 12:15-1:00pm
Lazarus Center Workshop Room
Does the thought of writing a personal statement for graduate or professional school make you panic? Relax and attend this session on crafting a winning personal statement.

Summer Jobs and Internships for STEM Students
Friday, October 27, 12:15-1:00pm
McConnell 103
An overview of specific resources and techniques for securing a summer position in the STEM field. Students of all class years are welcome to attend. Pizza will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.

For a complete list of fall semester programs visit our website.


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Internships, Jobs, Research opportunities and Recruiting Events

Deadlines are subject to change. Visit E-Access for the most up-to-date information about
On-Campus Recruiting. Click the position title link for more info.

BETE Fog Nozzle, Inc.
Design Engineer (full time) -
Greenfield, MA
Deadline to apply: 10/21/17
Use creativity and engineering skills to design products for customers with fluid spray processes problems in a diverse range of critical industrial processes. Implement product and process improvements to improve product lines and support world class quality manufacturing and customer service at a dynamic and growing company. Work on the full scope of the product design process as a member of the Design team and interact with customers, Sales, Applications Engineering, Quality, R&D and Manufacturing to create innovative design solutions for customers' spray process problems in the fast paced fluids industry. Provide technical product line expertise to support manufacturing processes such as CNC machining of polymers and alloys, investment casting and welding of a range of alloys. Develop prototypes, analyze test data, create design documents, and make design change recommendations for new and existing products. Standardize and improve product lines and design processes using engineering principles. Utilize equipment such as a rapid prototype machine, coordinate measurement machine and water spray lab to expand the technical design basis for BETE products. Technical Skills: Creativity, initiative and problem solving using engineering skills; Demonstrated proficiency with 3D CAD packages (AutoDesk Inventor preferred) and MS office software; Demonstrated proficiency with design practices and manufacturing processes applied to product design for manufacturing Ability to identify process improvements and solve technical problems; Understanding of fluid dynamics, R&D, and CAD/CAM manufacturing is a plus; Experience with pressure piping codes and standards, such as ASME B31.3, and design of welded assemblies is a plus; Experience with design of control systems is a plus; Fluids background is a plus.

The Port Authority of NY & NJ
2018 Engineering & Architecture Associates Program
- New York, NY
Deadline to apply: 11/3/17
The Port Authority of NY & NJ is looking for career-minded individuals with a passion and commitment to public service to join our distinguished Engineering & Architecture Associates Program! This is a two-year rotational program designed for students who expect to receive their degree in Fall 2017 or Spring 2018. This program is a two-year commitment in which students apply to one of openings below in either design or construction. Associates spend their first year rotating across several different Port Authority facilities completing a series of work assignments on large- and small-scale projects involving different fields of construction and design. These work assignments are designed to expose you to the different functions of the Engineering Department and provide you with broad exposure to the various functions within engineering. In their second year, Associates begin working in their permanent assignment.

Mosaic Microsystems
Microelectronics Engineer (full-time)
- Rochester, NY
Deadline to apply: 11/4/17
The Manufacturing Engineer is responsible for working with the founders and partner companies to develop and implement optimal, cost effective manufacturing processes and methods for Mosaic products. This includes hands-on fabrication involving glass substrates used in micro / electrical / optical /mechanical packages.  The role also includes responsibility for a variety of initiatives, from requirements definition to project planning and implementation.  A part of this position is to provide a proactive interface between Mosaic and companies that supply equipment and materials for the manufacturing process.

Gigamon Manufacturing
Summer Manufacturing OPS Intern
- Santa Clara, CA
Deadline to apply: 1/21/18
Will have cross-functional assignments in Manufacturing, Document Control, Part Design  and New Product Introduction. This position will have a varying degree of assignments working in various aspects of manufacturing. Key Responsibilities: On-Site support for NPIM Engineers for New product Introduction and production transfer transitions. On an “As need” basis.
To take Auto-Cad generated dwgs and convert them Solidworks 3D and 2D .PDF’s.
Reverse Engineering. Generate BOM ( Bill of Materials) with all associated documentation for ECO release. Support Corporate Quality goals for FPY, RTY as needed.
Support Supply Chain with material expedites shipping and planning as needed.
Provides technical support analyzing and /or performing failure analysis for discrepant production components, assemblies and field returns as needed.

National Science Foundation
Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
- Various locations
Application deadlines vary, typically January-March
The National Science Foundation (NSF) funds a large number of research opportunities for undergraduate students through its REU Sites program. An REU Site consists of a group of ten or so undergraduates who work in the research programs of the host institution. Each student is associated with a specific research project, where he/she works closely with the faculty and other researchers. Students are granted stipends and, in many cases, assistance with housing and travel. Undergraduate students supported with NSF funds must be citizens or permanent residents of the United States or its possessions. An REU Site may be at either a US or foreign location.

Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) National Internship Program
Paid Internships for Summer 2018
- Various U.S. locations
Deadline to apply for summer 2018: 2/16/18
The HACU National Internship Program (HNIP) has been a premier student program for 25 years promoting diversity in the federal and corporate workforce. We seek the best and brightest from across disciplines to fill hundreds of internship opportunities per year. Gain work experience, acquire new skills, and grow your professional network! Federal and corporate internships are available in the nation's capital and across the U.S. Be part of the more than 12,000 former interns who have taken on the challenge and used their internships to launch their professional careers. In 2017, HNIP  provided 457 internships: of those, 438 were with federal agencies while the remaining 19 were corporate.
Summer 2018 Sessions: June 1-Aug. 10 or June 14-Aug. 24. Airfare is arranged and paid for by HACU for Washington, D.C. orientation and round-trip to and from your internship site if necessary. Housing accommodations can be arranged by HACU. Eligibility: Be enrolled in a degree-seeking program or within a year of having graduated, Have completed first year at college, Have a minimum GPA of 3.0, Be authorized to work by law in the U.S. While all majors are welcome to apply, Engineering (Civil, Electrical, Mechanical, & Petroleum) majors are in demand by HNIP partners. Undergraduates placed in federal agencies earn $550/week; corporate interns will be paid salaries similar to federal interns based on 40 hours per week, at minimum.

MathWorks
Engineering Development Intern
- Natick, MA
MathWorks is looking for interns who are actively pursuing a B.S. in Engineering. As part of this program, you will receive a combination of practical experience and training in a work environment that fosters and rewards cooperation, teamwork, learning, and fun. As an intern you will work on technical projects with our experienced software engineers. After training on MathWorks development processes and tools, you will work with a development team on implementing features such as algorithms or UIs for a future release of one of our 90+ products, or help to develop automated tests to verify that features in MATLAB are working as designed.


Smith College
Lazarus Center for Career Development /84 Elm St. Drew Hall
(413) 585-2582