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  • Title: UW-Madison ECS
    Descriptive info: employers.. students/alumni.. parents.. faculty/staff.. University of Wisconsin-Madison.. Engineering Career Services..

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  • Title: UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Descriptive info: Engineering.. Career Services.. ecs.. services.. calendar.. staff/contact.. best practices.. sponsorship.. recruiting.. career fairs.. interview.. visit COE.. view resumes.. advertise jobs.. hire international.. salary.. co-op/intern.. bs level.. graduate.. additional.. demographics.. college.. college home.. majors/degrees.. research cntrs.. student orgs.. university.. uw home.. visitor info.. uw calendar.. badger sports.. add.. career off.. Information for Employers.. Welcome Employers!.. Become an ECS Employer Sponsor -.. More Detail.. Career Fair Basics for first-time attendees -.. Take me there!.. Career Fair - shipping, hotels, details for all attendees -.. Get the pdf.. Career Registration - see the myECS login below.. Go to CAMPUS VISITS in your account.. Engineering Career Services looks forward to serving employers by providing:.. Resume profiles of engineering candidates seeking employment from freshmen to graduate students and experienced alumni.. Professional, all-inclusive assistance to employers visiting campus for interviews, career fairs, information sessions, presentations, and relationship building..  ...   one of the leading research institutions.. In the College of Engineering (COE), approximately 4,500 undergraduates and 1,200 graduate students are enrolled in eight academic departments and participate in a wide variety of interdisciplinary programs and research institutions.. Need an employer account?.. Email your complete contact information (name, title, employer, website, phone, address) to.. ECS.. and request a new account.. Email associated with an account must be employer based and person specific.. No @gmail, @yahoo, hr@company.. com, etc.. emails can be used to establish an account.. Accounts are individual specific and log in information can not be shared.. Multiple individual accounts are available for each organization.. THERE IS NO FEE FOR AN ACCOUNT.. Already have an employer account?.. To access your job listings, resume profiles, interview schedules, or retrieve your login information.. Proceed to myECS!.. Take me to myECS account request/guidelines.. ecs@engr.. wisc.. edu..

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  • Title: UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Descriptive info: professional.. alumni.. join.. contact.. events.. ecs calendar.. career fair.. interviews.. mock ints.. prepare.. job search.. assessment.. resume.. letters.. international.. practice.. interviewing.. sample ?'s.. what to wear.. phone ints.. offers salaries.. links.. coe.. uw.. madison.. Information for Students.. Welcome Students and Alumni!.. Not Yet a Member?.. Consider joining for access to on-campus interviewing, on-line job posting, and our on-line resume referral service.. You do not need to be a member to meet with ECS staff for job search assistance or to utlize the ECS print resources.. Please see our.. for our next new membership meetings.. In the meantime, use our web resources to assist you with your skills assessment, resume development and interview practice.. You are welcome to schedule an individual appointment with a staff member at any time; we are open all summer!.. Already a member of ECS?.. Account renewal for 2014/2015  ...   Your COE Road Map Planner.. Leadership Center Prezi Show.. International Studies PowerPoint as PDF.. Off-Campus Housing Tips.. "Fall Rush" Housing Myth.. Finance Tips.. Academic Performance Tips.. Science Based Learning.. Test Anxiety.. Coping Kit.. myNewsUpdate.. See the latest.. National Association of Colleges employment information.. Six Steps fo Checking Your Facebook Privacy.. Source: Chronicle of Higher Education.. Brian Croxall outlines the specifics for locking down your FaceBook account to eliminate potential damage to your job search.. read the article.. A Successful Job Search: It's All About Networking.. Source: NPR.. Networking isn't just helpful, it's essential to a job search.. Job Outlook 2013: Hiring Outlook Positive in All Regions.. Source: National Association of Colleges and Employers.. NACE's Job Outlook 2014 Fall Preview survey shows the hiring outlook up 7.. 8% domestically for the college Class of 2014.. Resources for UW-Madison Engineering Students.. 608.. 262.. 3471..

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  • Title: UW-Madison ECS
    Descriptive info: programs.. visit us.. staff.. partner.. search.. involvement.. how to help.. market.. skills.. resources.. statistics.. fun facts.. Welcome Parents/Guardians!.. The.. Engineering Career Services (ECS) staff.. welcomes you to browse our website to become familiar with the many career related resources and events available to your Wisconsin Engineer! ECS is one of nine career services offices on campus and specializes in coordinating recruiting activities and developing career/job search programs.. Our team works year round to connect engineering employers with our students and alumni.. As professionals who have each worked a decade or two in the field, we want to offer you some advice to pass on to your son or daughter, as well as some highlights of our programs and pertinent news articles.. General advice:.. Encourage your son or daughter, but do not do the work for them.. Support and provide information, but allow them to take responsibility.. ECS offers three programs for students and alumni:.. Summer internships (freshmen graduate students).. Cooperative education (co-ops) opportunities (sophomores graduate students).. Professional hire after graduation (graduates and alumni with BS, MS and PhD degrees ).. To maximize their job search, students should refer to the ECS Calendar of Events and:.. Register with ECS in their freshmen or sophomore year by attending one of our member meetings.. Attend ECS job search workshops, panel discussions and seminars on resume building, interview preparation, transitioning to professional, graduate school considerations and financial planning.. Participate in career fairs held each September and February.. Sign up for mock interviews with employer volunteers.. Take full advantage of a large variety of campus interviews.. Attend employer information sessions.. Review co-op or intern papers written by previous students.. Meet individually with ECS staff regarding any aspect of their job search.. Be persistent, professional and confident in developing skills.. Students achieve success in the job market when they (in priority order):.. Maintain an overall GPA of > 3.. 0.. Secure at least one summer internship or co-op  ...   Can Be Hazardous to Your Job Search.. Networking is an important tool - you can help!.. A Successful Job Search: It's all about Networking.. Employer Perspectives.. In a tight job market, employers can be selective in screening candidates.. Therefore it is important for candidates to focus on the basics (GPA), secure an internship or co-op experience soon in their undergraduate career, and hold a leadership role in a student organization.. NACE: What Do Employers Look for in Candidates.. Job Market.. As many big companies are announcing mass layoffs, these 20 top employers have at least 350 openings each right now.. CNN: They're Hiring!.. The overall recruiting activity index for January 2010 is 98.. 6, which continues the trend toward increased on-campus activity.. NACE: On-Campus Recruiting Activity Climbs, Hiring Plans Slip.. While the job market for new college graduates remains tough, there are signs that the job market is improving.. NACE: College Job Market Shows Signs of Improvement.. New college graduates may be entering the worst job market in decades, but there are still some majors that pay off and all of them are in the applied sciences.. WSJ: Engineering Grads Earn the Most.. Young workers are flocking to city centers.. A Youthful Migration Prompts Companies to Relocate Source: Workforce Management.. Student Job Offers Decisions.. Senior college grads often accept job offers because they are closer to mom and dad.. Read article.. NACE: Salary, Proximity to Mom and Dad Key to Job Acceptance.. Madison ranks number one! And Milwaukee is not far behind.. Forbes: Ten Cities for Job Growth.. They May Still Need Your Support.. College grads are facing one of the most difficult job markets in decades.. They, however, are optimistic, yet realistic about the length of time needed to find a job.. WSJ: Survey Shows Optimism for Long Haul.. Copyright 2007 National Association of Colleges and Employers, 62 Highland Avenue Bethlehem, PA 18017 --->.. Resources for Parents of UW-Madison Engineering Students..

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  • Title: UW-Madison ECS
    Descriptive info: assisting.. partnership.. referrals.. stats.. sources.. Welcome University of Wisconsin-Madison Faculty and Staff!.. welcomes you to encourage your students to take full advantage of our many career and job search services.. We urge students to become an ECS Member during their freshmen year or at the start of their sophomore year.. Each year, we register over 1,500 engineering students and alumni into one of our.. and work closely with hundreds of employers to assist them in identifying qualified students (co-ops, interns or professional hires and alumni  ...   skills, corporate site visits, co-ops, internships, summer jobs, and permanent jobs.. In addition we offer assistance in skills assessment, graduate school decisions and transitioning from student to professional.. In addition, we connect employers with University of Wisconsin-Madison engineering students through our on-line webECS recruiting system (for resume access),.. Fall and Spring Career Connection.. career fairs and.. on-campus interviews.. We also assist in the scheduling of employer information sessions.. Please read further to see our full array of services.. Resources for UW-Madison Engineering Faculty and Staff..

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  • Title: UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Descriptive info: Engineering Career Services Programs.. Our goal is to connect talented engineering students and alumni with employing organizations.. We work directly with recruiters and corporate contacts assist in their hiring and outreach efforts.. In addition, we have an educational mission to serve our students and alumni.. Cooperative Education and Internship Program.. Students gain invaluable "real world" engineering experiences working with a variety of industries and governmental agencies throughout the world during our dynamic co-op/summer intern program.. Employers have the opportunity to hire outstanding students early in their engineering education and to participate in the education process while pre-screening potential full-time hires.. COOPERATIVE EDUCATION.. requires the completion of up to 12 months of engineering experience distributed over three work terms.. Participants are undergraduates and typically begin during the sophomore or junior years.. The three work terms are comprised of summers and semesters.. THE MODIFIED CO-OP.. begins in January or June and provides continuous employment for approximately eight months.. This co-op lends itself best to employers with project-based work that requires more extensive training.. Undergraduates may participate during the sophomore, junior or senior years.. THE SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM.. is for employers seeking undergraduate or graduate students during the summer months.. These assignments provide students exposure to engineering while enabling the employer to fill short-term project needs.. Advantages to the employer include:.. participating in the educational process.. developing a stronger, experienced workforce.. identifying outstanding students for potential employment at graduation.. maintaining effective college relations..  ...   ethics designates challenging projects relevant to student's major assigns an engineer as a supervisor provides ongoing support and feedback to the student offers appropriate compensation and training.. The university: refers qualified students with good academic standing serves as campus liaison for the employer coordinates campus recruiting efforts.. The student: performs meaningful engineering tasks and contributes to projects maintains good academic standing during school terms registers for academic credit when required by the university or employer displays a willingness and ability to learn and perform in a professional manner.. Professional Program.. Interview students graduating with BS, MS, and PhD degrees in over ten degree areas.. On-campus interviews, on-line resume data sheets, two annual career fairs, a job posting system, and our staff can assist you with satisfying your professional hiring needs.. Alumni Program.. Experienced alumni and recent graduates also utilize ECS.. Resume data sheets are available and you can post your positions on-line, as well as include alumni in your on-campus interviews.. Degrees Offered:.. Major.. BS Level.. MS Level.. PhD Level.. Biomedical Engineering.. BS.. MS.. PhD.. Chemical Engineering.. Civil & Environmental Engineering (Construction option).. Computer Engineering.. Electrical Engineering.. Engineering Mechanics (Astronautics option).. Geological Engineering.. Industrial Engineering.. Manufacturing Systems Engineering.. Material Science.. Mechanical Engineering.. Nuclear Engineering & Engineering Physics.. Polymer Engineering & Science.. ME.. Additional programs served by ECS:.. Biological Systems Engineering (Agricultural).. Computer Sciences (Letters & Sciences).. Operations & Information Management (Business).. Physics (Letters and Sciences).. Pharmaceutical Sciences (School of Pharmacy)..

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  • Title: UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Descriptive info: Engineering Career Services Calendar.. SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2014.. Sun.. Mon.. Tue.. Wed.. Thu.. Fri.. Sat.. 31.. 1.. Labor Day.. 2.. Class Begins.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. myECS resumes available.. 13.. 14.. 15.. 16.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. 21.. 22.. Career Fair.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. 29.. 30.. OCT 1.. Interviews Begin.. University of Wisconsin-Madison Calendar.. College of Engineering Calendar.. Fall 2014.. Resume Profiles Available On-line.. On-line student resume profiles are available to employers through myECS to  ...   in less formal environment.. Registration begins July 1.. Further details.. September 22, 23, & 24.. Fall Campus Interviews Begin.. October 3.. Sign-up Begins for Spring Career Connection 2015.. November 1.. Spring 2015.. Spring Career Connection 2015 (Career Fair).. Registration begins November 1.. February, 1 & 2 - Union South, Varsity Hall.. Speed Majoring.. Employers meet with small groups of students to talk about majors and their relation to work.. Engineering Centers Lobby.. Summer 2015.. Sign-up Begins for Fall Career Connection 2015.. July 1..

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  • Title: UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Descriptive info: ECS Staff and Contact Information.. M1002 Engineering Centers.. 1550 Engineering Drive.. Madison, WI 53706.. Due to volume, email is the most efficient contact method.. Reception Desk 608.. John Archambault, Assistant Dean for Student Development.. arch@engr.. edu (preferred) or 608.. 5691.. Student interaction concerns.. Developing faculty/administration connections.. Career fairs.. Employer account set-up in myECS.. On-campus recruiting for employers..

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  • Title: UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Descriptive info: Best Recruiting Practices for Employers.. Follow NACE Principles for Professional Practice/Recruiting.. Employing International Students.. Marketing Your Employer on Campus.. Through our own student surveys and those conducted by the Scott Resource Group* we have identified the following "best practices" for recruitment strategies as seen from the student's viewpoint:.. General.. Practice timeliness in responding to candidates.. Follow through by time stated in interview.. Provide accuracy in recruiting process.. Tell students where they stand.. Be honest.. Don't mislead students.. Help them assess the true "fit".. Provide itinerary for second interview.. Develop an excellent web page to recruit students.. Send relevant and brief recruitment materials prior to interviews.. Include job descriptions, pictures, and locations.. Sponsor positive internship and cooperative education opportunities.. Student Organizations.. There are many other opportunities to get involved in on campus events with student organizations.. For a complete list of organizations see the College tab above.. Recruiters.. Send a recruiter who understands the specific job requirements for which s/he is interviewing.. Send a recruiter who practices good interviewing skills.. Understand the importance of his or her impact upon the overall employer image on-campus.. Students more highly value campus interviews.. They value phone or video interviews less and are neutral on greeters.. Information Sessions.. Hold information sessions  ...   * Source: Scott Resource Group.. Mary Scott.. Presented at National Association of Colleges & Employers.. Co-op/Intern Foundations.. The experience must be an extension of the classroom: a learning experience that provides for applying the knowledge gained in the classroom.. It must not be simply to advance the operations of the employer or be the work that a regular employee would routinely perform.. The skills or knowledge learned must be transferable to other employment settings.. The experience has a defined beginning and end, and a job description with desired qualifications.. There are clearly defined learning objectives/goals related to the professional goals of the student's academic coursework.. There is supervision by a professional with expertise and educational and/or professional background in the field of the experience.. There is routine feedback by the experienced supervisor.. There are resources, equipment, and facilities provided by the host employer that support learning objectives/goals.. * Source: National Association of Colleges & Employers.. Employing U.. S.. Citizens Abroad.. Over 300 U.. students in the College of Engineering speak one or more of 15 languages.. Many of these students are interested in international internships, co-ops or professional engineering employment.. Increasingly employers are sending US students abroad as part of their cooperative education rotation or corporate training..

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  • Title: UW-Madison Engineering Career Services
    Descriptive info: ECS Corporate Sponsors 2014-15 Academic Year.. GOLD SPONSOR - $25,000 over 5 years.. Spectrum Brands.. 2010-2015.. SILVER SPONSOR - $12,000 over 3 years.. Extreme Engineering Solutions.. 2014-2017.. BRONZE SPONSOR - $5,000 - One-time.. Optiver US LLC.. Oracle.. General Electric.. Allston Trading LLC.. CONTRIBUTORS.. Women in Engineering Reception Sponsor - Optiver US, LLC.. Engineering Career Services thanks our employer sponsors and  ...   many of our student services would not be possible.. We invite all of our employers to become an ECS Employer Sponsor to support a specific ECS program or to provide general sponsorship.. To discuss details of sponsorship, contact John Archambault at 608.. 3471 or.. archambault@engr.. Here is a.. list of suggested employer sponsorship options.. Donate conveniently on-line through the.. UW Foundation..

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