The School of Engineering offers many avenues for businesses – from small startups to large manufacturing operations – to become involved with our faculty and students. We invite you to review your options below and to explore those of interest to your company.
You may wish to:
Support a Scholarship — set up merit-based scholarships
Sponsor a Senior Design Project — sponsor customized senior design projects
Find an Expert — locate a faculty expert in a technology-specific area
Explore Research Partnerships — partner with our faculty on SBIR proposals or research projects
The Connection — join the Connection, a symbiotic and collaborative network linking practicing engineers and business with UConn Engineering
Technology Commercialization — team with faculty entrepreneurs or access UConn technology
Our undergraduate and graduate students are exceptionally well qualified, eager to contribute to your organization, and important contributors to innovation and economic competitiveness. Whether your business is a small startup, medium sized company, or large manufacturing operation, you will find superbly skilled UConn engineering students suited to your needs.
Our students are available for:
For personal assistance in promoting your internships, co-ops and employment opportunities, please contact:
John Bau, Career Consultant
School of Engineering Career Fair
February 18th, 2014, Rome Commons Ballroom, 11am to 3pm
The UConn School of Engineering hosts a number of career fairs during the academic year. These venues provide employers an excellent opportunity to meet outstanding engineering students who may be ideal candidates for your internships or employment opportunities. For details of the upcoming career fairs and how your company can exhibit during these prime events, please view our Career Fair web page.
In addition, you may post your career opportunities on the UConn Career Services portal.