Top 5 Reasons to Participate in the Engineering & STEM Career Spotlight

The Engineering & STEM Career Spotlight is a niche recruiting event designed to connect engineers, scientists, and hiring managers in industry with top WashU engineering talent. This is WashU’s signature event for engineering and computer science students. All WashU students and alumni are welcome to attend but the main focus is engineering. Over 40 organizations will be participating, representing start-ups to Fortune 500 companies.

We’re excited to announce that the event will be taking place in-person on Tuesday, October 3, 2023 from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m. in Whitaker Hall on the WashU Danforth Campus. The event provides a fantastic networking opportunity for students who are seeking for full-time, internship and/or co-op positions or those just interested in exploring careers and companies. The real-time listing of companies attending is available on Handshake.

Here’s the Top 5 Reasons Not to Miss the Engineering & STEM Spotlight:

5. Show companies what awesome students we have at WashU and keep them coming back
4. Explore various career paths, industries, and companies through rare face time with companies from all industries
3. Compete with students from other universities for opportunities at top companies
2. Show off all your hard work and accomplishments
1. Land an internship, co-op, or full-time position!

And in case you needed 43 more reasons to attend:

Advent International
Air Force Sustainment Center – Tinker Air Force Base
Bascom Hunter Technologies, Inc.
bioMerieux Inc.
Continental AG
DMC Inc.
Elessent Clean Technologies
FlightSafety International
G&W Engineering
Illinois Department of Transportation
Marvell Technology
MEMC LLC- A GlobalWafers Company
Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District (MSD)
Mississippi Lime Company
Missouri Public Service Commission
MIT Lincoln Laboratory
National Security Agency (NSA)
Pfizer, Inc.
Premier Strategy Consulting
Procter & Gamble (P&G)
Spartan Light Metal Products
Starfire Industries, LLC
The Boeing Company
Thermo Fisher Scientific
Trinity Consultants
U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission
United States Postal Service
Veeva Systems
Washington University in St. Louis – Skandalaris Center
Wells Fargo
World Wide Technology

By Kelli Delfosse
Kelli Delfosse