Aerospace, Biomedical, Chemical, Civil/Construction, Electrical, Environmental, Industrial, Materials, and Mechanical Engineering; Computer Science/Systems and Informatics; Construction Management and Engineering Management
Aviation, Human Systems Engineering, Manufacturing Engineering, Software Engineering, Information Technology, Environmental & Resource Management, Technological Entrepreneurship & Management
|Tuesday, October 16, 2018
|Wednesday, October 24, 2018
|Memorial Union, second floor [map]||Sun Devil Fitness Center, basketball courts [map]|
Casual. Heavy hors d’oeuvres. Free. Close free parking.
Come when you can, leave when you must.
The more the merrier. Please invite your network.
Share your knowledge with Fulton freshmen
The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering Career Center invites anyone with formal education in aviation, engineering, technology, computer science, construction management or any related technical discipline. You represent YOU and your path from freshman to student professional to professional!
Each guest must register individually: Tempe Campus and Polytechnic Campus Select the employer registration button. On the next page select the right-hand NEW PARTICIPANT and the “proceed to registration” button. Please do not use the left-side “sign in with an existing employer account” because it won’t work even if you have used the system previously.
For more information: Call 480-965-2966 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is expected from the professionals who attend? Students have an assignment to ask questions about various professions and their chosen major. This is an opportunity for professionals to share their college experiences, career history and advice with future innovators.
What is the commitment? Come when you can. Leave when you must. One evening spent talking with students in a one-on-one or small group networking atmosphere.
What is the format? Professionals will be assigned to rooms based on your academic major or experience within each of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Students and guests can move around the rooms and mingle. Based on majors, there will be round tables with chairs for students and professionals to gather and talk with each other. There will also be perimeter tables for displays.
YOU are the best interactive display. If you’d like, bring small devices, prototypes, blueprints, products, or other visuals as conversation starters and to enhance students’ understanding of technology and career options. There are a limited number of display tables with power available, so reserve one early. Most professionals will be at large tables to just talk with students and answer their questions.
Will refreshments be available? Yes, there will be appetizers, desserts and beverages in our VIP Lounge.
Free Parking? YES
In Tempe, parking will be validated for the Rural Road structure only [Rural Road Parking Map]. Enter the structure from Terrace. Pull your non-validated parking pass. BRING YOUR PARKING PASS WITH YOU TO CHECK-IN TO HAVE IT VALIDATED. From the shuttle pick-up sign, a van will take you and any small interactive displays to the Memorial Union drop off point where volunteers will have small handcarts. Once in the MU, go to the second floor Guest Check-in [map], please.
At Polytechnic, follow the signs to Visitor lot # 16 [Parking Map Polytechnic] for free parking. Volunteers will have small handcarts to assist you with your displays to your table a short walk away.