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Engineering Career Services

We take great pride in our alumni, and one of our goals is to help our alumni be successful. This involves assisting alumni when they are changing jobs and assisting alumni who are looking to add engineering talent to their staff.


Please see the information in the employer section of our website for information on the services that we offer. Be sure to create your own CyHire account so you will receive invitations to our career fair, post employment opportunities, schedule on-campus interviews, and more.

Job Seekers

Email us at ecs@iastate.edu if you need job search assistance or complete the form below if you would like alumni access to CyHire.  Alumni are welcome to attend the Engineering Career Fairs.  Access to an online mock interview tool, Big Interview, is also available to alumni (simply email ecs@iastate.edu for login information). If you have any questions, don’t please don’t hesitate to contact us.


Use your experiences as a professional to help develop current students by employing an engineering intern, making a technical presentation, or participating in a capstone design project.  If you have an interest in contract research, sponsoring a student organization, or otherwise supporting the College of Engineering, we would be happy to connect you with the proper contact.

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    Where are you now?

    One of the content pieces we share is a “Where are they?’ Wednesdays!”. This feature allows our alumni to show some of the great things they have been up to as a professional engineer. This also helps provide our current and future students with a glimpse into what it’s really like as an engineer. If your interested in being featured click the link below to submit your information!

  • Share your experience and advice

    Did Engineering Career Services help you navigate the employment process? Or maybe you have some advice you think would be beneficial for current and future engineering students? Consider sharing with us! We will use this information to encourage students to take advantage of our resources and help them navigate the employment process.