The Fall 2018 Fulton Schools “Roadmap of Engagement” highlights some of the ways you can connect and build a partnership with us.
The Fulton Schools of Engineering 20,000 students are clustered around 6 interdisciplinary schools offering 25 baccalaureate, 26 master and 11 doctoral degree programs. The schools are ranked in the top 15 percent of all accredited engineering programs in the nation by U.S. News & World Report, with 10 academic programs ranked in the top 50. Many of its 300-plus faculty members have been honored with the highest awards in their fields.
Three-day Engineering Career Fairs are held in Fall and Spring.
Corporate Affiliates Program
Our Corporate Affiliates Program (CAP) provides a streamlined avenue for industry partners to connect with ASU’s Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering. Members enjoy a distinct association with the Fulton Schools Career Center, which fosters contact with students and alumni, supports industry/academia collaboration, and raises branding profiles. Supported by corporate membership fees, the CAP program provides industry-funding for student career development programs while increasing a company’s access and visibility to Fulton students.
Schedule an information session via Handshake in conjunction with on-campus interviews, career fairs or as stand alone events. Info sessions are formal company presentations that provide company, job and application details to potential candidates. Connect with targeted ASU student organizations to spread the word to their membership.
Experiential opportunities like job shadowing, mentoring, internships, co-op, site visits and research projects offer the opportunity to identify technical talent early and help students get to know your company. You will gain highly qualified short-term employees who bring enthusiasm, new ideas and new knowledge. Plus, you’ll be helping provide real work experience and you may just find your future employees.
Career Exploration Night for Freshmen
Designed to get our first-year students thinking ahead about career planning as they embark on their college studies. Professionals have the opportunity to meet our 3000 students early in their educational experience.
Student Professional Organizations and Clubs
Connect with over 60 Fulton student chapters of professional organizations and clubs. Easily find ways to connect directly with active students.
Innovative programs like E2 for freshmen, Fulton Schools residential communities, undergraduate research opportunities like our FURI program, student organizations and Engineering Projects in Community Service (EPICS) help students become “engineers from day one.”
EPICS: Engineering Projects in Community Service
An award-winning social entrepreneurship program that organizes teams of undergraduate students to design, build and deploy systems to solve engineering-based problems for not-for-profit organizations such as charities and schools.
Working individually or in teams, senior students take a project through definition, design, implementation and testing. A critical component of the program is our network of industry partners. We continue to expand both individual and corporate sponsors of senior capstone projects locally, nationally and globally.
Industry partners engage with the Fulton Schools and its students in a mutually beneficial relationship; challenges defined by industry partners are solved through student teams working under the expertise of faculty members.