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ECE Career Fair Attracts 40 Employers and Over 650 Students

ECE Career Fair Attracts 40 Employers and Over 650 Students


The 7th annual Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Career Fair attracted 40 employers and more than 650 students on February 4, 2011 in the Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building.

The career fair included the following employers:

Accenture, Aerospace Corporation, Argon ST, Army Research Lab, Assured Information Security, Inc., Booz Allen Hamilton, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Center for Advanced Transportation Technology, Central Intelligence Agency, Cisco, Cobham, comScore, ENSCO, Force3, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems, Gibbs & Cox, Inc., Global Prior Art, Hughes, IBM, Intelligent Automation, Inc., Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab, Key Tech, L-3, LGS, Lockheed Martin, MIT Lincoln Laboratory, Microsoft, MicroStrategy, National Instruments, NPR, National Security Agency, Naval Research Lab, Northrop Grumman, Opera Solutions, Proteus Technologies, Raytheon, SAIC, Sterne Kessler Goldstein Fox, Texas Instruments, and White Oak Technologies, Inc.

The participating employers offered opportunities for internships and co-ops, as well as full-time positions. The department invited all ECE, Telecommunications, and Computer Science undergraduate, graduate and post-doctoral students to attend. Jason’s Deli catered lunch for the employers and the students.

The ECE Career Fair’s sponsors were the Engineering Co-op & Career Services Office, the ECE Graduate Student Association, the ECE Undergraduate Student Council, the Maryland Cybersecurity Club and Eta Kappa Nu.

Photos from the event can be seen at:
http://www.ece.umd.edu/News/images/11_2_4_ECE_Career_Fair/

For more information, visit www.ece.umd.edu/fair or contact Ted Knight at teknight@umd.edu.

February 8, 2011


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