Participation in organizations on campus can help you to explore new interests, meet new people, develop leadership skills, supplement your career preparation, and have a lot of fun! Explore a list of active groups with contact information in our CEMS Student Organizations. If you have questions, please write to the individual groups or CEMS Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Readiness Program
The mission of the CEMS Career Readiness Program is to provide opportunities that prepare students for active, productive, and successful postgraduate careers.
- Assist and coach students to secure practical, high-quality internships, co-ops, and jobs related to their major and career goals.
- Coordinate and promote professional development opportunities for students to engage with employers, alumni, and community members to explore career paths, develop workplace skills, and build their network to enhance overall postgraduate success and satisfaction.
- Foster partnerships with local companies to enhance student opportunities, allow employers the opportunity to participate in events, and ensure the development of qualified entry-level candidates.
- Improve student retention and recruitment.
For more information please visit the Career Readiness webpage.
Spotlight on the UVM student chapter of the American Society of Engineers
At the New England Regional ASCE Steel Bridge Competition, hosted by the University of Connecticut on April 8, 2017, UVM placed second in construction speed, second in stiffness and second in efficiency. By landing in third overall, UVM qualified to go to the 2017 National Student Steel Bridge Competition, hosted by Oregon State University in Corvallis. Read an article about the steel bridge team that was featured in our Summit college magazine.
Learn about the UVM chapter