2014 ECE Boilermaker Circuit and Corporate Workshop
At a time when Purdue Electrical and Computer Engineers are hugely in demand, the Boilermaker Circuit is an excellent way for employers to take a targeted approach at recruiting our students. You will have the opportunity to connect with talented ECE students and increase your company's visibility in a focused setting before the campus-wide Industrial Roundtable gets underway.
You are also welcome to participate in the ECE Corporate Workshop from 11am-4pm on the same day. You will have the chance to meet ECE students, faculty, and staff and to discuss relevant issues concerning recruitment, curriculum, and research.
Please fill out the information below to register for the workshop and circuit. Once you have registered, you will receive detailed information for the events that you will be participating in. We cannot be responsible for shipped promotional or display items. We suggest making shipping arrangements with your hotel. If you have questions, please contact Kim Muldoon, Administrative Assistant for the Office of Development, 765-494-3441 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Boilermaker Circuit and Corporate Workshop are free and open to all companies*. A $5,000 donation is suggested, which includes membership in our ECE Corporate Partners Program. In addition to the Boilermaker Circuit and Corporate Workshop, benefits of this program include:
- Acknowledgment of partnership status on the Corporate Partners page
- Publication of job opportunities on ECE social media sites and ECE career webpage
- Facilitated access to student groups and organizations, including IEEE and HKN
- Assistance arranging "Tech Talk" presentations
- On-campus support for virtual interviews
To make a donation, please visit www.bit.ly/1l8wnZZ or send a check written out to Purdue Foundation to:
Electrical Engineering Building, Room 116
465 Northwestern Avenue
West Lafayette, IN 47907
Please note "ECE Corporate Partners" when you make your donation
*Invitations to the 2015 Boilermaker Circuit will be restricted to Corporate Partners