EEE / ECP Showcase

Connect with Student Leaders

Michigan Tech electrical and computer engineering (EEE/ECP) students are in high demand – with good reason! Ensure you are their top consideration by engaging top talent before the Spring Career Fair. The EEE/ECP Showcase, in conjunction with the 2013 Spring Career Fair Continental Breakfast, provides companies the opportunity to interact with EEE/ECP student leaders and to get involved with the Electrical and Computer Engineering department. Additionally, every company in attendance will have access to the Electrical and Computer Engineering Resume Book.

Event Information

  • Date: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 
  • Time: 9:00am-10:00am (Continental breakfast provided) 
  • Location: SDC – Career Fair Hospitality Suite

 Schedule:

  • 9:00-9:05am – Welcome by Department Chair, Dr. Daniel Fuhrmann 
  • 9:05-9:15am – Faculty Showcase  
  • 9:15-9:30am – Student Group Showcase  
  • 9:30-9:40am – Student Highlights  
  • 9:40-9:45am – Close by HKN President, Andrew Deckert  
  • 9:45-10:00am – Mingling

Program Highlights

  • Department Keynote by Dr. Daniel Fuhrmann, Chair of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
  • Student Keynote by Andrew Deckert, President of Eta Kappa Nu
  • EEE/ECP student group poster exposition
  • Meet and greet with EEE/ECP student leaders

More Opportunities

We know you will love the EEE/ECP Showcase and if you are looking for even more exposure on campus, please consider the following opportunities:

  • HKN Corporate Sponsorship – Eta Kappa Nu (HKN) is the Electrical and Computer Engineering Honors Society. HKN represents the top students of the department and regularly interacts with EEE/ECP students through career opportunity presentations. Please contact Andrew Hoekstra (ajhoekst@mtu.edu) for more information.
  • Senior Design – This program connects students and industry through open-ended, industrial projects. This provides students the skills and experiences to launch them into successful careers while industry partners gain access to tomorrow’s Electrical and Computer Engineers today.
  • Department Research – Faculty and students in the ECE Department carry out cutting-edge research in signals and systems, power systems, applied physics, and computer engineering. This activity is sponsored both internally by Michigan Tech, and with approximately $2M annually in external research expenditures from government and industry sources.