As a graduate of EAS, you are uniquely situated to represent us to the world and to help potential Cornell students and current Cornell students personally and professionally before they join the ranks of EAS alumni.
The involvement of alumni, parents, and friends strengthens the Cornell Engineering in many ways.
Are you an employer? - Recruit Cornell Engineering students.
Do you want to help Cornell recruit the best students? - Become a member of the Cornell Alumni Admissions Ambassador Network (CAAAN)
Are you interested in hiring outstanding Cornell Engineering students as apprentices in your company? - Participate in our Co-op Program
Please contact us with questions and/or suggestions.
Ways to Connect with EAS Students
Cornell hosts several career fairs throughout the year. Learn more about the Fall and Spring Career Fairs.
The best way to reach your target population is to post positions in Cornell Handshake, which is the student portal for jobs and upcoming career events.
The Engineering Career Center provides currently enrolled Cornell students the opportunity to interview on campus for internships, co-ops, and entry-level positions.
Engineering Student Organizations have been trained and certified by the Cornell Engineering Career Center. These organizations will assist in arranging your connection.
Looking for a way to give back? Host a career conversation with current students to share your career path, industry knowledge, and expertise. These conversations are a great opportunity for students to learn about potential career fields of interest and to hear first-hand how our alumni are using their degrees.
If you would like to schedule a phone call to discuss your Cornell recruiting strategy, please contact the Recruiting Coordinator in the Engineering Career Center or call the front desk at (607) 255-5006.