Berkeley Engineering is rich in resources that can amplify the impact of your business. There are a variety of ways in which companies can partner with Berkeley Engineering students and faculty.
Berkeley Engineering’s college-wide industry affiliates program,the Berkeley Engineering Partnership Program, offers companies opportunities to recruit top talent, form strategic alliances with specific departments, support college-wide events and programs, champion diversity initiatives and support philanthropic initiatives across the college.
Berkeley Engineering attracts the world’s best and brightest students. If you would like to reach Berkeley Engineering students across the college with employment, internship or research opportunities, please contact Emily Novick.
Two departments manage their own individual recruiting programs: for Civil and Environmental Engineering, please see American Society of Civil Engineers; for Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, please see the Corporate Access Program.
For information on career fairs and general campus recruiting, please visit Berkeley’s Career Center.
Executive and professional education
Berkeley Engineering’s executive and professional education programs are tailored to the needs and demands of your company — in content, length and location. We draw on the talents of our faculty and industry practitioners to design educational programs that create global technology leaders.
In Berkeley Engineering’s research centers, our faculty collaborate with industry colleagues and provide students with advanced training in fields that serve your business. Many centers offer industrial liaison programs that offer access to research results, faculty and student expertise and other benefits.
Capstone design projects provide students with a hands-on opportunity to create a product or solve a real world challenge supplied by companies and entrepreneurs. These companies and entrepreneurs benefit from having a student team address their business goals, and provide unexpected insights and solutions.
Students spend a semester working on an engineering project, one that will challenge them and allow them to put into practice what they have been learning in the classroom. These programs provide a unique opportunity for companies and entrepreneurs to partner and interact with students and faculty both in and out of the classroom. Please contact Emily Novick for additional information.