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New engineering jobs are posted weekly at the UVM Career Center. Click on the Catamount Job Link icon under the rotating banner.
The liaison from UVM's Career Center to the College of Engineering & Mathematical Sciences (CEMS) is Danielle Gallant (Danielle.Gallant@uvm.edu; 656-3450). She works with engineering, math and computer science students on all career-related activities.
She assists students in identifying internship/co-op, summer job and post-graduate opportunities. She also helps students to expand self-knowledge and awareness of the many possible career paths available, and to develop a career plan. In addition, she can help with preparing resumes and cover letters, researching graduate programs, and networking with employers and UVM alumni.
While students can gain hands-on training and transferable skills from team projects in classes, student organization competitions and other extracurricular activities, pre-professional work experience can greatly enhance academic learning. We encourage students to gain work experience through internships, co-ops and summer jobs.
During each academic year, Career Services organizes career fairs, on campus interviews, and employer information sessions so that students can network directly with employers.
For online information, see our Useful Career Links.