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by Katy Arenschield | April 4, 2018
Jordan Lucki and Katy Arenschield, ECS Co-op and Intern Program Manager
How cool would it be to be recognized as “Intern of the Year” by a national engineering organization? This recognition includes being flown to attend a conference luncheon and reception, being awarded in front of a room full of engineering education professionals and employers, and given a hefty cash prize to top it off. Just ask Jordan Lucki, recent Chemical engineering grad and recipient of the 2018 Intern of the Year Award from the American Society of Engineering Education.
Jordan volunteered as a Career Fair Coach with ECS this past fall, putting him on the radar of ECS’s Co-op and Internship Program Manager, Katy Arenschield. His commitment to give back to the college and community and his impressive resume made him an obvious choice for nomination for this award. The nomination packet included a letter of support … Read More
by Alex Austin | March 27, 2018
Join the #BuckeyeEngineersWork campaign between March 26 - April 20 and enter to win free business attire! Every student who participates in ANY of the below activities will be entered in a drawing to win a $300 gift card to Easton Shopping Center to buy professional attire. Multiple activities = multiple entries!
ALREADY GOT WORK?
If you’ve already accepted a position, participate in any or all of the following:
- COOKIES! Report your internship, co-op, or career employment, and then come to ECS to receive an individually wrapped Cheryl’s cookie. Note: Enrollment in ENGR 4191 is not a requirement for the summer work term.
- Photo-op with Brutus! Come to ECS on April 13th between 2:30-3:00pm for a chance to meet Brutus. You’ll get your photo taken with him, holding a chalkboard sign celebrating your upcoming work term.
- Attend the “Student Success” panel on Thursday, March 29th from 5:00-6 …
by Alex Austin | March 13, 2018
You just received a job offer from a company. They were a good company, however, you have an interview coming up with another employer. You want to interview to see which position is the best fit for you, but you need to respond to your original offer before the interview. How do you approach the situation?
Managing offer deadlines can be a tricky part of the search process and requesting a deadline extension might be an option. Make sure you understand when you are likely to hear back from other companies, so you have a firm timeline for how long you will need. While it may seem impossible to navigate without hurting your chances with a company, there are some steps to help you with the process.
1. Call the person who issued your offer well in advance of your deadline. Calling is usually better than emailing in this situation … Read More
by Alex Austin | February 20, 2018
If you are interested in consulting, you can expect case interviews to be part of your job search experience. Representatives from Accenture and Deloitte Consulting are here to offer firsthand advice for conquering the case interview!
First, what is a case interview?
Accenture: A case interview is a type of job interview that allows an applicant to demonstrate his/her ability to solve a given business problem. During a case interview, an interviewer presents a situation or case and then asks the applicant to explore the underlying causes of the problem and suggest recommendations to remedy the problem.
Deloitte: If you're a candidate for Deloitte Consulting, you’ll be asked to participate in a case interview as a part of the interviewing process. Through the case interview, you will be given a client scenario similar to what you may face as a Consultant at the firm, and asked a number of questions … Read More
by Rachel Kaschner | February 6, 2018
When many people think about engineering careers, design engineering is often the first to come to mind. Others might think of career options like test engineer, quality control engineer, product engineer, etc. The beauty of this field is that there are SO many paths, students often don’t realize all of the options available to them! In ECS we meet with a variety of employers, many of which are trying to find talent for more unique technical careers that perhaps students don’t immediately think of when they hear “engineering.” Enter the new “Careers in…” series happening this February!
“Careers in…” is a 3 night series offering students insights into less traditional (but exciting) engineering career paths. Any engineering student is welcome to attend, and you may come to just 1 of the nights, or all 3! Here is the lineup:
- Tuesday, Feb. 20th: Careers in Consulting
- Wednesday, Feb. 21st: Careers in Technical …