Learn about how Engineering Alums have used their Degrees

Want to hear from Cornell Alumni about their career paths, industry knowledge and expertise? Come to the Engineering Career Center’s Alumni Career Conversations! These conversations are a great opportunity for students to learn about potential career fields of interest and to hear first-hand how our alumni are using their degrees, all while getting to know Cornell Alumni in a small-group setting. Register in Handshake.

 

Employer Alumni Major Date Time Location
Lord Abbett Kewjin Youh Operations Research 8-Nov 4:30pm Carpenter 220
Schwegman Lundberg Woessner Gregory Rabin   1-Nov 4:30pm Carpenter 220
Cloudera Daniel Sturman, 91 Computer Science 25-Oct 4:30pm Gates Hall, TBD
Telos Matt Richwine ECE 18-Oct noon Carpenter 220
Ursa Space Systems Adam Maher Mechanical Engineering, BA & M.Eng 4-Oct noon Carpenter 220
Morgan Stanley Kejing Jiang, 2014 Civil Engineering 3-Oct 4:00pm Carpenter 220
GE Aviation John Martin, 80 Mechanical Engineering 3-Oct noon Carpenter 220
Alta Devices Tasnuva Tabassu Materials Engineering 27-Sep noon Carpenter 220
Dow Jones; Director of Cybersecurity Governance, Risk and Compliance Jian Gong ECE 26-Sep noon Google Hangout, Carpenter 220
Arcadis Mark Lenz Environmental Engineering 20-Sep noon Carpenter 220
Lutron Russ MacAdam Electrical Engineering, BS & M.Eng 13-Sep noon Rhodes 195
Ridgeline Mark Funari & Frances Barrameda Mechanical Engineering 10-Sep noon Carpenter 220

Volunteer for Expanding Your Horizons!

Call for volunteers!

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a conference for 7th-9th grade girls designed to introduce them to amazing math and science experiences and give them access to great role models. Over 400 girls will be participating in this year’s conference and each one will attend 2-3 hands-on workshops that have been developed by Cornell graduate students and faculty. This year, conference will be held on Saturday April 27th, 2019. We have many great opportunities for volunteers to get involved. Please consider helping for this great event! All volunteers receive a free EYH T-shirt to be worn the day of the conference, as well as free breakfast, lunch, and afternoon reception!

EYH Buddies accompany girls without an adult chaperone on the day of the conference. This allows a much wider diversity of girls to participate and gives them the added benefit of close contact with a potentially great role model. Because EYH is a conference for girls, we are looking for buddies who can represent the experience of women in STEM fields and act as role models for the girls attending the conference. Please contact CornellEYHbuddies@gmail.com if you have any questions about your eligibility to be a buddy. Note: Buddies must be able to attend the entire conference (8:00 am-5:00 pm).

General volunteers are also needed to help direct girls and their parents around campus, help set up the event, and with other important and fun tasks. General volunteers can be any gender and do not need to stay the entire day!

If you would like to sign up to be a buddy or volunteer, please go to our Registration Form and submit your registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSewI3Q-yYprzw8644LEL1eSgqsvJjQy7ZImqMJ2OPYXoXYPTQ/viewform

Please let us know if you have any trouble accessing the form or if you have questions about EYH.

Hillis Johnson
EYH Buddy Coordinator
CornellEYHbuddies@gmail.com

Kara Andres
EYH Volunteer Coordinator
CornellEYHvolunteers@gmail.com

Volunteer at this Year’s Expanding Your Horizons Conference

Would you like to volunteer your time to help the next generation get as excited about math and science as you are?

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a conference for 7th-9th grade girls designed to introduce them to amazing math and science experiences and give them access to great role models. Over 500 girls will be participating in this year’s conference and each one will attend 2-3 hands-on workshops that have been developed by Cornell graduate students and faculty. The conference will be held on Saturday April 27th, 2019. More information about EYH can be found at https://www.eyh.cornell.edu.

We have many great opportunities for you to get involved. Please consider helping for this great event! All volunteers receive a free EYH T-shirt to be worn the day of the conference, as well as free breakfast, lunch, and afternoon reception!

EYH Buddies accompany girls without an adult chaperone on the day of the conference. This allows a much wider diversity of girls to participate and gives them the added benefit of close contact with a potentially great role model. Because EYH is a conference for girls, we are looking for buddies who can represent the experience of women in STEM fields and act as role models for the girls attending the conference. Please contact CornellEYHbuddies@gmail.com if you have any questions about your eligibility to be a buddy. Note: Buddies must be able to attend the entire conference (8:00 am-5:00 pm).

General volunteers are also needed to help direct girls and their parents around campus, help set up the event, and with other important and fun tasks. General volunteers can be any gender and do not need to stay the entire day!

If you would like to sign up to be a buddy or volunteer, please go to our Registration Form and submit your registration: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSewI3Q-yYprzw8644LEL1eSgqsvJjQy7ZImqMJ2OPYXoXYPTQ/viewform

Please let us know if you have any trouble accessing the form, if you have questions about EYH, or if there is anything else that we can help you with. You can reach us at CornellEYHbuddies@gmail.com or CornellEYHvolunteers@gmail.com.

Hillis Johnson
EYH Buddy Coordinator
CornellEYHbuddies@gmail.com

Kara Andres
EYH Volunteer Coordinator
CornellEYHvolunteers@gmail.com

Career Fair – Employers of Interest in Specific Areas

The Engineering and Entrepreneurial Career Fair is approaching quickly; on Wednesday, February 6 from 9:00 AM- 2:00 PM.

Below is a list of employers that are attending the Career Fair that will be of interest for students seeking jobs or internships in Aerospace specifically.

Aerospace

  • Collins Aerospace
  • Advanced Atomization Technologies
  • Northrop Grumman Innovation Systems Sector
  • Honda Aircraft Company
  • Moog

 

Below is a list of employers that are attending the Career Fair that will be of interest for students seeking jobs or internships in Internet & Software, Electronic & Computer Hardware or Computer Networking specifically.

Internet & Software

  • viagogo
  • Oracle
  • Yelp
  • Assured Information Security
  • Wayfair
  • Atlassian
  • Indus Valley Partners
  • Ridgeline
  • 1stdibs
  • MathWorks
  • VMware, Inc.
  • OSIsoft, LLC.
  • Microsoft
  • Epic
  • eBay
  • SimpleBet
  • Next Jump Inc.
  • Klaviyo
  • Squarespace
  • Infosys
  • JRI America, Inc.
  • Oracle
  • Google, Inc.
  • Rapid Response Monitoring Services
  • Mentor Graphics Corporation

Electronic & Computer Hardware

  • ASML
  • Formlabs
  • Intel Corporation
  • Datto Inc.
  • Marvell Semiconductor
  • Applied Materials
  • com
  • Infinera
  • Analog Photonics
  • Cognex Corporation
  • Lutron Electronics Company, Inc.
  • IBM
  • Sensata Technologies

Computer Networking

  • Pulse Secure
  • Kitware
  • Arista Networks
  • Cisco Meraki

Consider researching these employers on Handshake and attending the Career Fair to speak with them in person.

Engineering Innovation Competition 2018

Engineering Innovation Competition 2018
http://innovation.engineering.cornell.edu/

APPLICATION DEADLINE APRIL 20, 2018
Are you an entrepreneurial undergraduate student with a great idea to impact society?
Have you designed a new, innovative product as part of a class, research or in your garage?
Have you developed a physical prototype that you think is feasible to take to market?

Enter the Cornell Engineering Innovation Award Competition for a chance to win awards to help further advance your innovation and the chance to participate in future startup opportunities.

INFO SESSIONS
April 10 at 5 pm
Upson B02

PRESENTATIONS
May 7

http://innovation.engineering.cornell.edu/

2017 Innovation Competition winners featured in Cornell Chronicle

Adulting 101: Career Planning (brought to you by the Engineering Career Center)

Adulting 101: Career Planning

Take ownership of your professional trajectory today! Please join the 2018 Class Council, Prof. Rick Evans, and amazing Cornell alumni for a workshop on how to explore all your options to mold and shape your path after graduation. Food will be provided!

Time: March 21 (Wed) 6-7 PM
Location: Goldwin Smith 132 [HEC auditorium]
Panelists:
Danya Contreras ’13 ENG – Leasing Associate at Fordham Bedford Housing Corporation; Experience in medicine and completing a Masters in Molecular Biology; planning on applying to medical school
Max Martinez ’13 A&S – Lead Creator at Maxfuture; Experience in entrepreneurship, finance, tech & venture capital, previously at General American Capital Partners, Instagram, and Phroogal
Josh Grider ’14 CALS – Community Lead at WeWork; Experience in property management, business development, and sales, previously at RecruitLoop and Waffle House
Vernice Arahan ’14 AAP – Program Associate at National Federation of Community Development Credit Unions; Experience in logistical and outreach support in unbanked and underbanked communities, previously at the Bureau of Space and Design and Office of Refugee and Immigrant Affairs in the NYC Human Resources Administration
Ritu Raman ’12 ENG – Forbes 30 Under 30 Class of 2018; Postdoctoral Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Experience in STEM – develops bio-hybrid materials and devices for applications in translational medicine, and STEM education; MS & PhD in Mechanical Engineering at UIUC

Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/371133933356341/

 

 

Enterprise Engineering Colloquium Featuring MAE Alum, Today

Keith Ryoo, M.Eng. ‘12

Corning Inc.

“Engineering Talents to Assets”

Many students in the field of engineering often ask what roles and responsibility do engineers have in a corporation. This talk will provide an overview of engineer’s responsibility and examine its relationship to enterprise functions. Keith will illustrate how engineers are “mercenary scientists” and how Corning Incorporated has maintained its leadership for more than 160 years by turning engineering talents into assets.

Enterprise Engineering Colloquium
open to the public
4:30 PM Wednesday, February 21, 2018
B-11 Kimball Hall

Career Fair: Employers List and Preparation Opportunity

The Engineering and Entrepreneurial Career Fair is approaching quickly; on Wednesday, February 7 from 9:00AM- 2:00 PM.

Below is a list of employers that are attending the Career Fair that will be of interest to MAE majors specifically.

Datto Inc.
Orbital ATK
Arconic
Teach for America
Schlumberger
Regeneron Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
The MITRE Corporation
Infinera
IXL Learning
Lutron Electronics Company, Inc.
Raytheon Company
Stantec
Momentive Performance Materials
ASML
General Dynamics, Electric Boat
BorgWarner
Uncommon Schools
Dennis Group
Sensata Technologies
Formlabs
CognitiveTPG
CONMED
Air Liquide
Oliver Wyman
Mott MacDonald
Infineum USA L.P.
United States Navy
Intel Corporation
Build-It-Yourself
Gomez and Sullivan Engineers, DPC
The Raymond Corporation
Schluter Systems L.P.
Brown and Caldwell
Cognex Corporation
Pitney Bowes
Applied Materials
Moog
Grapeshot
Cornell University, Systems Engineering Program
Jerome Glass
United Technologies Climate, Controls & Securities
AVANGRID (RG&E/NYSEG/CMP/UIL/CNG/SCG/BGC)
ThinkB1G
NYS OGS – New York State Office of General Services
Honeybee Robotics
Ursa Space Systems Inc.
SRC, Inc
Delta Engineers, Architects, and Land Surveyors, DPC
Exelon Corporation
Procter & Gamble  (P&G)
Doron Precision Systems, Inc.
Cerebras Systems
Merck & Co., Inc.
Green Mountain Energy

Consider researching these employers on Handshake and attending the Career Fair to speak with them in person.

Career Fair Preparation:
Master Your Future: How to Successfully Navigate a Career Fair is hosted by Regeneron and will be held on Thursday, February 1st from 4:45-5:45 PM. Learn optimal strategies for making the most of a career fair and other employer events. You will leave with an understanding of what employers seek in candidates and how to best present yourself.