Career & Internships

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The CSSE provides career preparedness, career and internship guidance to students as they move through their academic careers. All Career & Internship learning and development workshops and resources are developed and tailored to incorporate one or more NACE (National Association Colleges and Employers) competentices to help strengthen College of Engineering student's career preparedness. NACE defines career preparedness skills as egith competencies (benchmarks) to prepare students for a successful transition into the industry after graduation. 

Maximize the benefits of career readiness. Career planning is an important segment of your college years. There is a Four-Year Career Plan that begins your freshman year when you determine what career and/or major you will pursue. The SDSU Career Services has career counselors available to guide students through a career assessment. 




College of Engineering Student Career & Internship Guidance

  • Resume and Cover Letter Review

  • Professional Development Workshops

  • Career & Internship Preparedness Resources, Training, and Tools

  • College to Career Connections

Current students can stay up to date by logging into the College of Engineering Homeroom in CANVAS. For more information please email Liza Aguirre-Oviedo, Career & Internship Coordinator - [email protected]. To schedule an appointment, current engineering students can make an appointment by accessing Navigate.

Future Events - Check CoE Canvas Homepage For Further Details

SDSU Career Services Career Fairs 2024

  • *Summer Career Fair - May 29, 2024

  • Virtual Summer Career Fair - May 30, 2024

  • STEM Career and Internship Career Fair - Day 1 September 11 and Day 2 September 12

  • Fall Career and Internship Fair (All majors) - Oct. 17

  • SDSU Veterans Center and Troops to Engineers Career Expo - Oct 18

  • Part-Time and Seasonal Job Fair - Nov. 7

* = Open to the public

Career & Internship Preparedness Basics


Career Prep Tips


EMPLOYERS - Industry Partners - College to Career Connections

There are multiple capacities for employers to contribute to helping our College of Engineering students make career connections, introduce them to internship opportunities, and enhance their professional development.


Thank you to our Industry Partners 2023/2024!

2023/24 industry partnerships


How can Industry partner with the College of Engineering and recruit engineering students?




Internships allow students opportunities to learn professional skills, refine career interests, and make valuable connections in the San Diego Engineering community.

Established Employer Internships - Please send employer internship announcements for engineering students to Liza Aguirre-Oviedo, Career & Internship Coordinator, at [email protected].

How to start an Employer Internship - An employer has an interest in starting an internship program or designing a new internship opportunity? SDSU Career Services offers services to employers to help them set up an internship program and guides for employers to follow when creating an internship opportunity. For further details

Engineer Panel Series and Professional Development Workshops

For engineering students, throughout the academic year the College of Engineering hosts virtual and or in-person panel discussions featuring engineers who represent different companies and engineering majors and disciplines, and professional development workshops. These valued events provide an opportunity for students to meet professional engineers, learn about industries, and professional career paths.

Thank you to the following companies and their engineers who participated with our February 2023 Engineering Panel Event Series: Griffith, HGA, CBG Building Co., 77 Electrical Services, GEI Consultants, EC Consultants, Meritor-Cummins, General Atomics, Qualcomm, Collins Aerospace, and Nothrop Grumman. 

If you would be interested in participating or hosting a workshop, please email Liza Aguirre-Oviedo, Career & Internship Coordinator at [email protected].



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