Employers: See recruit our students.
Alumni: See career resources for alumni.

How we can help you:

Career counseling

CSE career counselors offer guidance to help you evaluate your options, whether you’re exploring majors, searching for a job, or applying to graduate school. Career counselors also offer a variety of assessments, books, and other resources.

Schedule an individual counseling appointment or stop by during drop-in hours.

Career fairs and employer events

Nearly 200 employers attend the College of Science and Engineering’s career fair each semester seeking students to fill science and engineering internships, co-ops, and full-time jobs.

The CSE Career Center also organizes company site visits, on-campus information sessions, and career panels to help you connect with employers and learn about industries.

Career workshops

Each semester, the CSE Career Center hosts workshops on career-related topics such as resumes, cover letters, interviews, job search strategies, career fair preparation, networking, LinkedIn, and more.

Graduate school preparation

The CSE Career Center can connect you with information on graduate or professional school and provide guidance on the application process.

Job and internship search assistance

Career counselors provide career guides, resume reviews, and other resources to help you in your job or internship search.

The CSE Career Center also organizes on-campus employer interviews, the Resume Marathon, Practice Interview Days, and more.

More information:

Student Services in the College of Science and Engineering  (Academic Advising, Career Center and Collegiate Life) are committed to creating and maintaining a welcoming and inclusive community of learning and scholarship by generating and maintaining support systems for all persons to thrive, especially those individuals and groups highlighted by the University of Minnesota’s Office of Equity and Diversity.

Diversity is embraced and recognized as enrichment to the overall educational experience. We strive to ensure that students, especially those from groups traditionally underrepresented in science and engineering, have the opportunity to realize their aspirations while also valuing their contributions to the daily life of the College of Science and Engineering.