Below is a listing of career development resources you will want to familiarize yourself with during your time as an Engineering Management student.
Professional Practice (Co-Op)
Students in the 2 year program will participate in a co-op, and are expected to take an active role in working with the Office of Professional Practice to update their resume, identify their ideal companies, and then attend the Industrial Roundtable in the fall to speak with employers recruiting for co-op assignments.
Center for Career Opportunities (CCO)
The Center for Career Opportunities offers resources for interviewing practice, including mock interviews.
Mock "Practice" Interview
Mock Interviews can be scheduled by either visiting STEW 194 or calling (765) 494-3981.
Preparing Future Professionals (2 credit hour course)
This graduate-level course focuses on the transition from graduate students to professionals in industry and is available in the fall only.
This course may NOT be used to count as credit on your plan of study. However, it is a good resource for those of you wanting to strengthen your professional skills.
Professional Development Community
Access presentations, videos, handouts, and other professional development resources 24/7 through Blackboard.
Tools and Techniques for Career Success
Graduate Student Professional Development offers several workshops including Networking, Interviewing for Job Offers, Negotiating Job Offers, and more.