Texas Instrument Career Session Today! (Aug 29th)

Texas Instruments will be here in ECE today to talk to you for internship and full-time positions.

They will have a booth in the MSEE Atrium 10 am – 4 pm. And then they will have an information session from 5-6 pm in the ECE Design Studio.

You do not necessarily have to register prior to talking to the TI representatives, though if you do then they will have your relevant contact information and CV.

IUPUI hosts undergrad research opportunity

We are glad to share with you that IUPUI will be offering research opportunities for undergrad students. Funded by National Science Foundation, selected students will have the following benefits: (1) Stipends: $6,000; (2) Travel assistance up to: $600; (3) Free on-campus housing; (4) Living expense: $120/week; and (5) Conference support (for selected students) up to: $1,700. The research project title is REU Site: Research Experience for Undergraduates in High Efficiency Computing. More information can be found here: https://cavalonordestino.wixsite.com/reu-iupui

GM to host info session for new, exclusive co-op opportunity

General Motors to host information session for new, exclusive co-op opportunity

General Motors will be on campus to share information about their exclusive partnership with Purdue students offering a unique, yearlong co-op assignment through a new extensive experiential learning program called Learning While Working (LWW).  They will be recruiting a cohort of domestic students beginning their junior courses in BSEE or BSCmpE, and will hire five students to work on-site in Michigan with competitive pay, housing stipend per term, and a hybrid work schedule.

Students will be engaged to build their professional skills while still making significant progress towards their degree. LWW students will be matched to a business area where they will be exposed to a variety of product development work. Students will also be paired with a Purdue faculty member to complete industry projects for academic credit.   This is an opportunity for innovate, high-performing engineering students looking to gain extensive industry experience and developed unmatched skills before graduation. To review the General Motors Global Product Development co-op posting, click here.

Event Details:

Monday, March 21st – 6:00pm

Location BHEE 170

Food will be provided

PFSB- Callout Meeting!

PFSB’s recruitment timeline is coming up and we ask that you’d be willing to distribute the following information through your channels and to students that would be a good fit. We are looking to bring current Freshmen and Sophomores into our organization:

  • We will be having a callout meeting on March 10th in WALC 1121 at 7 PM ET.
  • “Experience PFSB” Night on Wednesday, March 9th at 7 PM in Dauch Alumni Center (RSVP here). During this event, attendees will learn more about private giving, PFSB’s impact on campus, and connect with our members.
  • Applications for PFSB open on March 7th and will be found on our BoilerLink page under the “Forms” header; you can access the application once logging into BoilerLink. Applications will close at 11:59pm on Sunday March 20th.

For more information, visit our website, www.pfsbpurdue.com, or connect with us on social media (@pfsb_). Please do not hesitate to reach out with questions to me at cthicks@purdue.edu.

Lockheed Martin Scholarship- Apply by April 1st

Lockheed Martin corporation’s four-year STEM Scholarship program is focused on high school seniors and undergraduate students who are or are planning to pursue a major in various engineering disciplines or various disciplines of computer science.  The deadline to apply is April 1, 2022.  For more information, please visit the Lockheed Martin STEM Scholarship webpage

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OPP Summer Internship Applications due 3/4

Looking for a summer internship experience? The Office of Professional Practice (OPP) is working with startup and early stage companies in Indiana to provide a 10-12 week internship experience (paid) called Interns for Indiana (IFI). From medical devices to agriculture to tech and more, click here to search the opportunities and submit an application by March 4. Students who complete these internships will earn a minimum of $6,000. IFI is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors that are hard-working, driven and ready to help five into the world of startup and early stage companies to gain and develop skills for professional development.

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