1. If you're planning on "walking" during the COE Commencement, please be sure to sign up at http://engineering.berkeley.edu/news-events/events/engineering-commencement.
Have a restful weekend!
Applied Predictive Technologies, together with Tau Beta Pi, will be hosting a case competition open to students at Berkeley this March. The competition will be a great opportunity for you to gain exposure to real world business questions, interact with APT's consultants, and compete for prizes. All participants will be considered for internship and full-time recruiting.
Registration: Registration has recently opened and ends Tuesday, February 28th, 11:59 p.m. To sign up, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with team member names, email addresses, majors, and class years.
Kickoff Event: Wednesday, March 2nd, 7 PM (290 HMMB)
Office Hours with APT by Appointment: Thursday, March 3rd
Case Solution Due via Email: Thursday, March 3th, 11:59 PM
Live Presentations: Friday, March 4th (TBD)
Reception and Winners Announced: Friday, March 4th, 4:00 PM
Guidelines and Details:
Team Size: All teams must be comprised of 3-5 individuals.
Eligibility: All current Berkeley students are welcome to participate, regardless of major and experience, although students may not be in their final year of study.
Prizes: The cash prizes are:
· 1st place: $200 per team member and dinner with APT employees
· 2nd place: $100 per team member
· 3rd place: $50 per team member (only given if 10 or more teams competing)
Engineering Student Council is hosting our annual week long event, Engineers Week!
Our week will kickoff with our keynote speaker, Thuan Pham, the CTO at Uber and will end with a carnival and movie screening of "The Martian." Check out our website for the full schedule (eweek.berkeley.edu) and like our Facebook page to keep updated with events! https://www.facebook.com/UC-Berkeleys-Engineers-Week-1529774413936182/
Berkeley Engineering Stars in Technology (BEST) is a new annual workshop that brings together prominent Berkeley Engineering faculty, alumni and students who aspire to become leaders in technology, for information exchange and mutual inspiration. Thursday, March 10, 10am-4pm, Sutardja Dai Hall. Invited speakers will share their personal experiences as well as their perspectives on challenges and opportunities in technology today, and offer advice to undergraduate and graduate students, particularly for overcoming barriers to professional success for underrepresented minorities. The goals of BEST are to: 1) increase the visibility of diverse alumni and their contributions, 2) inspire the next generation of engineering leaders, 3) increase awareness of issues (and solutions) for underrepresented minorities, and 4) foster support for underrepresented minority students in engineering. For more information visit their website.
With Spring recruiting in full gear, we know practice interviews can be quite useful to prepare for first or second round interviews in the technical and engineering fields, for both full-time jobs and summer internships.
You can expect to practice traditional and behavioral questions*, and potentially industry-specific questions, depending on your career goals. For those interested in consulting, there is no time to do case interviews or brain teasers, though the consultant can help you prep for them.
*The consultant is not able to work on technical interview questions with you. For reference, we recommend referring to books such as Cracking the Coding Interview.
To make the most of your session, review our interviewing resources online
Also, prepare your answers to the most common questions: Tell me about yourself/Walk me through your resume, Why do you want this job, and Why our company. (Remember to speak to the employer's needs, focusing on the talents and skills you offer, not just want you'll get from the job.)
You may schedule only ONE appointment per semester. These interviews will run Feb. 1 - March 11, 2016
The Mock Interviews for Engineering and Technical Undergraduate and Graduate Students service is available to students in the Colleges of Engineering and Chemistry as well as to students from other majors such as Computer Science and Statistics in the College of Letters & Science who are interested in technical careers and internships.
How to Schedule a Mock Interview
1. Log in to Callisto at http://callisto.berkeley.edu and select "Callisto Search" from the Shortcuts menu, and do a keyword search for listing #909888 (or enter: Spring Mock Interviews for Engrg. & Tech. Students)
2. After uploading a resume (please list the types of jobs you are recruiting for in the objective section of your resume) , select View/Apply and choose a date and time that works with your schedule.
3. The Callisto system will confirm your mock interview appointment via email, however, please cancel your appointment 48 hours in advance if necessary, so other candidates can utilize the service.
**Undergraduate Volunteers Needed for "Expanding Your Horizons Conference" **
We need YOU at Expanding Your Horizons!
EYH is a conference for 5th-8th grade girls that serves to introduce them to careers in STEM through an array of fun interactive workshops.
When: Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 7:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Where: University of California, Berkeley
This year we will be hosting ~450 conference attendees from surrounding East Bay communities. As an undergraduate mentor, you will assist workshop leaders, join the girls for lunch, share your STEM experience, and act as a positive role model throughout the day. We do ask that our undergraduate volunteers are female identified.
In addition to conference day participation, volunteers are REQUIRED to attend a training session.
SIGN-UP to volunteer and/or get more information at https://www.ocf.berkeley.edu/~eyh/generalvolunteer.html
Questions? E-mail us at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you!
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation (a subsidiary of General Dynamics) engineers, manufactures and services the world’s finest business aircraft. Headquartered in Savannah, Georgia, USA, Gulfstream operates facilities on four continents and employs more than 15,000 people worldwide. For more information, please visit the GULFSTREAM web page.
Gulfstream currently has entry level Mechanical Engineering positions available at the Long Beach, California location, and encourages interested parties to review the APPLICATION PROCESS link in order to submit application for employment consideration. New positions are posted each Thursday and remain posted for a minimum of three days. The current entry level Mechanical Engineering positions will be posted Thursday 02/25/2016 and remain posted through 03/03/2016.
Employment opportunities at the Long Beach location can be found through the SEARCH CAREERS link and selecting LONG BEACH at the Geographic Location pull-down option.
Mechanical Engineering Group Head
ODA Engineering AR - Mechanical Systems
Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation
4150 Donald Douglas Dr.
Long Beach, CA 90808-1725
Local conference for women in engineering all Engineering Majors.
Professor Tsu-jae King Liu will be a speaker. The conference is organized by one of our Berkeley Alums. The cost is $50 but includes breakfast, lunch, dinner, and a t-shirt!
Women in Engineering Conference
Sat, 3/12/2016 -
8:30 am to 7:00 pm
Charles W. Davidson College of Engineering
To inspire the next generation of women innovators to develop technologies for the service of humanity.