You have numerous opportunities as a graduate student to develop your professional skills and prepare for your career. Below are some important resources offered by the College of Engineering and others.
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The Individual Development Plan (IDP) will help you prepare for your future and make the most out of your time as a graduate engineering student at Purdue University. There are two versions of the IDP
Funds for engineering Ph.D. candidates traveling to professional conferences to present papers on their research.
Wide range of free workshops for engineering graduate students and postdocs.
Check out the Engineering Graduate Communications Lab website for recordings of recent panel discussions as well as online resources and links for technical writing, presentations, and other communication skills.
College-level and University-level teaching experiences, seminars, and certificates.
Graduate-level opportunities for internships, co-ops, and research-related training.
Mentorship guides and opportunities to mentor undergraduate student researchers.
Resources for developing and commercializing intellectual property.
Internship, co-op, and job search information.