STUDENT WORKER II | COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
POSITION LOCATION: Reno, NV
This position will assist the College of Engineering Internship & Career Support Coordinator in maintaining the COEN Career Services Access database, with logistics for the biannual Engineering Career Fair, with marketing various career services opportunities/events to students and employers, and other miscellaneous tasks as they may come up.
- Possess strong critical thinking and communication skills, professionalism, and be detailoriented
- Comfortable with communicating via telephone, email or in-person with students or professionals
- Ability to use Microsoft Office including Word, Excel and PowerPoint
- Can work 14-18 hours per week and interested in continuing employment throughout the year, especially summer
2016 REU PROGRAM | JOHN HOPKINS WHITING SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Students from institutions nationwide, with a focus on women and under-represented minorities and from a wide range of engineering disciplines including electrical, mechanical, biomedical, computer science, and physics will be recruited to participate in the program. These students will contribute to specific research projects pursued by faculty and researchers at the Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR). Each student will be a part of a collegial research team, including a faculty project supervisor and a graduate student mentor, and will work on a challenging research project. The projects will be designed to match each student’s interest and to maximize the potential for making a contribution during the session. Some students may contribute to research on medical image registration and fusion or image enhancement and segmentation. Other students will help to develop new robotic devices to help support surgeons in the operating room. Many more projects have been identified and new projects will emerge each year. Participating students may receive instruction on technical communication, oral presentation skills, and research ethics to aid in the completion of the required final research report and presentation. Additional activities will include tours and trips to other labs.
ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING RESEARCH EXPERIENCE | MISSOURI S&T ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING
Would you like to be paid to learn about the latest developments in additive manufacturing while gaining a valuable research experience? Then welcome to Missouri S&T’s Research Experience for Undergraduate (REU) Program in Additive Manufacturing (AM)! Participation in the AM REU Program will provide you with:
- an exciting opportunity to participate in an interdisciplinary team working closely with faculty and graduate students to conduct a research project in additive manufacturing
- a foundation in conducting research and effectively communicating your results
- a chance to network with students, faculty, and people in industry actively pursuing the latest manufacturing research
- a $5000 stipend plus housing and meals
- a chance to attend the 2016 International Solid Freeform Fabrication Symposium in Austin, Texas
- an opportunity to enjoy wonderful outdoor activities in the Ozarks
ME2L STUDENT TEACHER | UNIVERSITY OF NEVADA, RENO
- setting up and conducting demonstrations in classrooms
- speaking to young “future engineering” students
- driving the ME2L van to local schools
- keeping the contents of the van organized
- developing new experiments and demonstrations for K-12
- gain valuable experience while using engineering skills
- advance your communication skills
- work approximately 10-15 hours a week
- have a flexible work schedule
NEVADA CLEAN ENERGY CORPS | NEVADA GOVERNOR’S OFFICE OF ENERGY
The Nevada Governor’s Office of Energy is hiring 10 AmeriCorps members for the new Nevada Clean Energy Corps.
The program starts January 4, 2016 and runs for one year. Participants will receive training and certification as home energy auditors, and will gain experience working with local energy companies. Members will provide free LED light bulbs and high-efficiency showerheads to ~2,000 homes in the Reno/Sparks community.
Join the renewable energy industry today! Please apply by December 11th.
EP FIELD INTERN | ST. JUDE MEDICAL
St. Jude Medical will be on campus next week for an information session/interviews. This opportunity is for a student who will be graduating preferably in December, but also open to May grads. Biomedical, Electrical, Chemical, and Mechanical engineering students, especially any with a biomedical emphasis are encouraged to apply. This opportunity is for a position in Reno.
HOW TO APPLY:
Please let Elicia Rollins at email@example.com know you are planning on attending their information session/interviews on Monday, November 16 from 4-5:30pm in HREL 106. Bring your résumé and dress appropriately. Interviews will be 5-10 minutes. If you have any questions, please let me know.
DISTRIBUTION ENGINEER | SOUTHWEST GAS
The Distribution Engineer is involved in existing and new facility design and planning within Engineering. The incumbent is also involved in field decisions for the installation/construction of gas facilities. Responsibilities typically include advanced level gas engineering, project management and intermediate level supervisory role.
This position requires three to five years of relevant work experience and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering from an accredited university. Area(s) of specialization may dictate a specific engineering discipline.
DESIGN AND TEST ENGINEER INTERN | NEO MEDICAL
- Assist in Product Development Projects according to the company’s design control program
- Assist in developing specifications and requirements for Products, Product Components, Tooling and Fixtures.
- Maintain all Product and Manufacturing related Controlled Drawings and procedures.
ANNUAL INTERNSHIP SURVEY – CHANCE TO WIN $100 AMAZON.COM GIFT CARD
We invite all engineering students who attended UNR last academic year to participate in our Annual Internship Survey. The information gathered in this survey will help measure the success of our students in obtaining jobs & internships for the previous academic year. The responses we receive will help us make better decisions about our career services functions and provide better advice to our students about opportunities and expectations for engineering internships that are critical to gaining hands-on engineering experience before graduation.