The CC@E is a resource available to students that provides a full suite of services, from resume feedback to professional development. Let us help you navigate the path to career success. The CC@E also works with employers coordinating job postings and linking you to future hires.Career Center @ Engineering
There are many resources available for MSE students to find internships. A large source of internship postings is the UW's Handshake system. MSE department advisors also send out numerous department-generated internship postings to students via student email lists.
The UW Career Center provides extensive guidance and support around finding internships.
The CC@E also houses the Engineering Internship Program. Undergraduate (via ENGR 321) and graduate (via ENGR 601) students who participate in a structured internship program may be eligible to receive credit through the College of Engineering.
Handshake is a free tool for UW students and alumni to search though hundreds of internships, part- and full-time jobs, volunteer opportunities, and more. Learn more about Handshake access for students and alumni.
Log in to Handshake to see all jobs, narrow your search, or filter by location, job type, etc. Upload your resume, cover letter, and unofficial transcripts to apply directly for jobs. You'll find up-to-date information about employers and which ones are interviewing on campus.Log in to Handshake - Students
The university-wide Career & Internship Center provides additional resources for students and recent graduates. The Career Center also runs Handshake, a job and internship database just for UW students and alumni. Current UW students and recent graduates (those who have received their degree within the past 24 months) can schedule appointments for one-on-one career counseling or mock interviews.UW Career & Internship Center
Events and networking
- Participate in MSE's annual Industry Day
- Take MSE 398: Leadership Seminar in winter quarter to connect with MSE professionals and learn networking skills
- College of Engineering career events
- UW Career Center events
- Join an MSE student club or professional organization
- Search through UW’s numerous Registered Student Organizations (RSOs) to meet peers across campus with similar interests.
- Participate in a diversity program such as Women in Science & Engineering (WiSE) or the Minority Scholars Engineering Program (MSEP)
- Follow UW MSE on LinkedIn