Our students and graduates are highly recruited into engineering and non-engineering fields.

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Recruiting Our Students

We help your organization access our top-quality students

Career Fairs

There are opportunities at Duke for recruitment for internships and full-time jobs throughout the year.

TechConnect Career Networking

TechConnect, held twice a year—in September and January—engages you with engineering and computer science students in an intimate, social environment. Quickly target students through a comfortable networking/interviewing process.

Spring Engineering + Computing Showcase

The Showcase—held in January—is a unique networking event where students share their tech projects. In this "reverse career fair," the students get the presentation space and employers come to them.

Duke Career Fairs

The Duke Career Center holds career fairs throughout the year, including the annual Career & Summer Opportunities Fair each January.


Internships

Duke Engineering

Internships are an excellent way to tap into the outstanding student talent Duke Engineering has to offer.

More than 75 percent of our undergraduates participate in an industry internship. We are always working to expand internship opportunities for our students.

  • Contact Kirsten Shaw to build your brand recognition at Duke Engineering.

Professional Practice & Research Opportunity Program for Students (PPROPS)

PPROPS is a university-industry partnership in which a student participates in an industrial internship and a full year of research with a Duke faculty member who is leading ground-breaking research and product development in a related field.


New Graduate Employment

Duke Engineering graduates are well-trained, inspired and creative engineers, ready to make big impacts:

  • Three-quarters of our undergraduates complete industry internships
  • More than two-thirds have had an intensive research experience with our faculty
  • Greater than 8-in-10 have jobs or job offers before graduation

Contact Kirsten Shaw to recruit Duke Engineering students into your organization.