Getting Started

Engineering Career Development offers a variety of work-integrated learning programs available to students in McCormick.We are pleased you're considering a work experience as a part of your studies at McCormick. Career advisors in Engineering Career Development can work with you to ensure that you have every opportunity to participate.

If you are a company or prospective employer, please view our information for employers.

How to get involved

To participate in one of our programs, there are steps that correspond with your level of study to ensure a successful enrollment experience.

Follow the appropriate link to begin your process:

Undergraduate Students
Graduate Students

Work-Related Resources

Engineering Career Development offers a variety of resources to assist students with:

  • creating a job search strategy
  • seeking internship, service learning, or research opportunities
  • seeking a full-time position
  • monitoring progress throughout employment

Working with Career Advisors

Learn about the different types of advising appointments, how to make an appointment, and the names of advisors by major or program.

Job Search

Find tips and resources for your job search. Learn more about resumes, cover letters, interviewing, networking, and more.

Report an Offer

Learn more about reporting your offer with Engineering Career Development, how to enroll in CRDV courses, and grading policies.

International Students

Resources for international students including Curricular Practical Training (CPT) and verification.

McCormickConnect

Discover more about the secure database used by Engineering Career Development to maintain student and employer information regarding job postings, resume submissions, interview schedules, career events, and more.