2005 Internship Open House
Tuesday, March 1, 2005
Wozniak Lounge, Soda Hall
11:30am - 2:30pm
Please drop by between 11:30am and 2:30pm to meet technical managers, company representatives, and interns to gain information about employment and summer internship opportunities.
We invite our Member Companies to take part in the EECS Internship Open House being held March 1, 2005. The event will be held in the Wozniak Lounge, 4th Floor Soda Hall, 11:30am to 2:30pm. Set up can begin at 10:00 am. Please register here to reserve your table (6ft.).
Information for ILP Member Companies
The University of California, Berkeley EECS Internship Program places top
Berkeley EE and CS majors in competitive and challenging summer assignments
in industry. The program was established in 1989 with the goal of professionally
developing our students prior to graduation. Our mission is to serve both
the students of the Berkeley EECS department as well as the high tech companies
that participate in the Industrial Liaison
If your company seeks a closer relationship with the talent of Cal EECS majors,
The EECS Internship Program builds upon existing relations with members of the Berkeley EECS ILP. It is a joint effort between the EECS Center for Student Affairs and the Industrial and Public Relations Office (IPRO).
ILP Member companies get the following benefits :
1) Direct contact to Berkeley EE and CS majors.
publicity: The program is coordinated through the EECS Center for Undergraduate
Matters – located at the heart of the Berkeley EECS community. Center
staff provide publicity at the department level, utilizing banners,
flyers, webpages, email and informational workshops to inform and prepare
students to apply for the program. Unlike recruitment at the campus level,
intern events are held in Soda and Cory Halls, where CS and Engineering
students are taking classes, working in the lab, and socializing. Each
year hundreds of students attended the EECS Internship Open House.
The Open House is a career-fair style event showcasing the internship companies’ summer opportunities. Past interns joined hiring managers and human resources staff to inform prospective interns about employment options. The Internship program received over 175 applications total in 2004, with companies receiving on average 100 applications each.
with information sessions and possible student interviews on campus.
4) Feedback from interns highlighting their experiences.
5) Resume cd, etc.