Call for Industry-Sponsored Design Project Topics

All CECS students complete senior design projects. Past designs have placed in national design contests, were used to facilitate human function, and positively influenced the environment. Projects challenge students and exhibit their apt ability to solve problems, create, and innovate.

Learn more about some research projects in the Design Teams and Research Opportunities brochure.

Interested? Contact Michael L. Raymer, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies.

Call for Volunteer Instructors for EGR 1900

CECS strives to provide superior education experiences for all students. You can play a crucial role in preparing our students for excellence by volunteering and participating in a number of employer programs CECS offers. Contact BCDC to discover the ways you can connect with students on campus.

EGR 1900: Exploring Engineering Internships

The one-credit-hour EGR 1900 course prepares first- and second-year WSU CECS students for their internship/career search through discussions of industry opportunities, résumé and cover letter creation, networking, LinkedIn, and interviewing etiquette. Students participate in informational and mock interviews.

EGR 1900 provides your organization direct access to future talent - WSU CECS students! Options include:

  • Present directly to EGR 1900's small discussion-based classes
  • Volunteer as an informational interviewee
  • Conduct mock interviews

These are just a few of the unique ways to connect with students across CECS, share your industry knowledge, and provide information about your company.

If you or any of your colleagues are interested in these volunteer opportunities, please contact BCDC.

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Shout Out!

The Brandeberry Career Development Center would like to thank the following community partners who contributed to making the EGR 1900: Exploring Engineering Internships course a success! The CECS students and BCDC staff appreciate your time, enthusiasm, and knowledge.