UCLA Henry Samueli School of Engineering is one of the top-ranked schools in the world. This is a product of a diverse student population, a talented faculty whose members have won multiple awards, honors, and distinctions, dynamic and interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs, and our omnipresent, constant drive to find solutions to challenges in fields including energy, sustainability, healthcare, communications, transportation, infrastructure and information technology. Together, the students and faculty members are making a world of difference.
At UCLA, companies are guaranteed to recruit from some of the brightest undergraduate and graduate Civil & Environmental Engineering students in the nation. There are many reasons why UCLA Civil and Environmental Engineering consistently produces top engineers with strong technical backgrounds and leadership experience. It begins with the multitude of student engineering associations including our very own American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), California Geotechnical Engineering Association (CalGeo), Institute of Transportation Engineering (ITE), Engineers Without Borders (EWB), Chi Epsilon, and Tau Beta Pi. Along with classroom lectures and labs, these organizations and honor societies help enrich the students’ educational experiences through active collaboration in hands-on project and research. They also provide opportunities for students to communicate with many industry members through workshops, field trips, and social events. All of these student-run organizations truly cultivate a vibrant, social environment for students where they can learn from each other and freely share their experiences, stories and occasionally, good puns! Truss us, you do not want to miss the moment!
Career Fair student attendee impressing the company representative.
We host two Civil and Environmental Engineering Career Fairs every year. Unlike the general career fairs where all sorts of companies show up, these two career fairs specifically bring companies from the civil, environmental, geotechnical, hydrologic, structural, and transportation engineering and construction management industries. The tone is very professional and the talent is top-notch. They are great opportunities for students to establish professional relationships with employers and to show off their talents and résumés. Last time, our career fair attracted more than 300 undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students.
Date & Location
Over the years, the size of our career fairs has expanded tremendously. To accommodate this size, we host both Fall and Winter Civil and Environmental Engineering Career Fairs in Ackerman Grand Ballroom on the UCLA Campus. This academic year, Fall Career Fair will take place on November 2, 2017 and Winter Career Fair on February 1, 2018.
For more information including a list of attendees, visit: http://www.ascebruins.org/career-fair.html