Looking for an Internship or Job? Here are some places to start:
- REGISTER ON GAUCHOLINK
is the official Career Services
site for jobs, internships, and campus interviews.
What Can You Do With GauchoLink?
- Find a part-time or full-time job
- Get an internship
- Create and store resumes, cover letters, transcripts
and other documents
- See which employers are coming to career fairs and
- Schedule interviews with employers who want to hire
you for a career position
- ATTEND CAREER FAIRS
Services has numerous fairs
during the year for: on-campus jobs, career opportunities,
graduate school, and regional employment. Regularly visit
the Career Services listing of current
workshops and events including fairs, resume writing
help, and grad school preparation workshops.
The Society of Women Engineers also holds their annual
Winter quarter Evening with
Industry, an event which gives an opportunity for
engineering students to meet with industry representatives.
- GO TO INFORMATION SESSIONS
are recruitment and informational events that companies hold
on campus where the company staff describes what they do and
what it is like to work for them. The College keeps a
current list Engineering-specific
information sessions; you can also check GauchoLink
for the entire information session schedule.
- DISCOVER OUR CORPORATE
Affiliates Program partners with companies in the
engineering and sciences fields to support student research
and offer internships and employment. Find out more about
what these companies have to offer.
- NETWORK, NETWORK,
- Contacts in Your Major — Check with
your departmental academic advisor for
major-specific internships or jobs. Talk to your
for career advice, internship opportunities, or
research jobs in their labs.
- Join a Student Organization — The
College of Engineering has numerous student
professional organizations you can join to
broaden your network.
- Participate In TMP Events — The Technology
Management Program (TMP) hosts many events
during the year, including their Lecture Series, New
Venture Competition, Mentorship Program, and
Entrepreneur at the Table lunches—all provide
opportunities for students to interact with
- GET YOUR RESUME READY
Work with Career Services to create a professional resume.
They have lots of resources
available for preparing resumes and cover letters,
and can also help critique your documents.
UCSB works with great companies
and so can you!