The University of Toledo Engineering Career Development Center will host the
Fall 2016 Engineering Career Expo Wednesday, Sept. 21.
Representatives from more than 160 companies will be available to talk to students and alumni of the UT College of Engineering.
This event is held to connect students with companies seeking talent needed for success.
“Many companies from across the United States participate in this event,” said
Dr. Vickie Kuntz, director of the Engineering Career Development Center. “A few of the nationally recognized companies scheduled to participate include BP America, Eaton Corp., Fiat Chrysler, FirstEnergy, GE Appliances, Honda, Johnson & Johnson, KIEWIT, Marathon and SSOE Group. The quality of the attending companies speaks highly to the quality of our engineering students.”
The expo is a great opportunity for job-seeking students to network with employers, Kuntz added.
More than 600 students annually attend the event, and Kuntz expects between 600 and 700 students and alumni to participate at this fall expo as well.
The expo is open to University of Toledo College of Engineering students who are enrolled in the mandatory co-op program. Additionally, alumni of the UT College of Engineering and students searching for full-time opportunities are welcome.
The UT Engineering Fall 2016 Career Expo will be held at the College of Engineering from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Attendees can pre-register the morning of the event from
9 to 11 a.m. or register just prior to the event starting at 12:15 p.m. in North Engineering Building Room 1022.