Educating tomorrow's leaders is our highest priority. Our superbly trained graduates find employment throughout the aerospace industry. From Boeing to NASA to SpaceX, our alumni forge successful careers in diverse sectors of the economy.
For expert advice on career planning (including internships, career fair prep, etc.) students are strongly encouraged to contact the Career Center @ Engineering.
CC@E - Student Services
The Career Center @ Engineering is happy to assist you throughout your entire job search process, from resume writing to salary negotiation. Whether you are a pre-Engineering student, graduating senior or graduate student, our office can help. It's never too early (or too late!) to begin your job search.
CC@E Walk-in Hours & Appointments
The CC@E is open from 8am - 5pm every day. No appointment needed during walk-in hours. Get feedback on anything career or job-search related: resumes, cover letters, interviews, internships/co-ops, etc.
Loew Hall, suite 014
Walk-in hours: 1:00 - 3:30pm, Tuesday through Thursday
Internships & Career Engagement
Internships are an opportunity to enhance your engineering curriculum through practical, hands-on work in industry. They are a great way to learn more about engineering, gain experience, and make connections with employers to increase your chances of full-time employment post-graduation. We encourage organizations and their recruiters to abide by the standards of the Department of Labor and National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE). For more information, contact the program at email@example.com.
Career events for engineering and technical students are held throughout the year at the University of Washington. Career Fairs provide opportunities to meet students and broadly advertise your position openings, including internships, co-op and full-time positions. Registration and event logistics are managed by the sponsoring organizations. More about UW Engineering Career Events »
Search the UW’s online job and internship search system at Handshake, free for currently enrolled UW students. When you find a position you're interested in, use Handshake to get up-to-date information about the hiring employer and whether they're conducting interviews on campus. Then upload your resume, cover letter, and other documents to apply directly through the site.